What Our Residents are Saying
“Living in Connecticut where winter days sometimes dropped to 20 below zero we didn’t hesitate on agreeing to move south as retirement approached. Not only were the temperatures warmer, but the people were also.
Both of Dick’s brothers were in retirement communities and emphasized the importance of the continuum of care, plus moving while you’re still able to enjoy everything there.
We especially like the small town atmosphere of Summit Square and the feeling of camaraderie.”
- Eileen and Dick Huttinger
“When we decided to move, we wanted it to be directly to Summit Square, not to an over 50′s community or anyplace like that. We wanted the peace of mind knowing that there is care for us if we ever need it. Also, another main factor was that we wanted to do it while we were still in control of the situation. We didn’t want our children to have to deal with it later. We told them that this is our gift to them.”
- Lyn and Don Short
“About 15 years ago, I was asked if I thought converting the old Waynesboro Community Hospital into a retirement home was a good idea. I said yes, and I became active in helping see Summit Square become a reality. It was a very successful project. Since Mildred and I became residents three years ago, we are very grateful to be living in such a wonderful facility with great staff and residents. Our thanks to the Sunnyside organization for having the foresight to meet our community retirement needs.”
- Branch R. Hammock
“We feel very fortunate that we chose Summit Square for our retirement home. From the very first day, the staff and residents have made us feel so comfortable and right at home because of their friendship and helpfulness. Our only regret is that we didn’t make the move sooner.”
- Martha and Bob Frank
“Moving to Summit Square (after much resistance) has been God’s gift to us. We love the family of residents, the activities, meals and how much the worry and concern about daily living problems have been lifted from us.”
“I look forward to many more years of the blessings of Summit Square.”