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Resident Stories

Sep 12, 2017 - Eva Lube

Resident Tom Miya Shares His Story

Tom Miya, longtime resident of Pacific Springs, shares his story of being sent to internment camp during World War II and how he has responded with grace

Jul 14, 2017

Trinity Courtyard Resident Goes Skydiving!

In June one of our residents from Trinity Courtyard, Rose, checked an item off her bucket list.

Feb 17, 2017

Valentine's Day Retro Party

Immanuel Village recently held a Valentine's Day Retro Party complete with live music, dancing, and great food!

Feb 16, 2017

The Landing holds "friends helping friends" fundraiser

Residents at The Landing in Lincoln enjoyed a Valentine's Day dance complete with delicious food, raffles and the wonderful music from the Greg Speveck Orchestra!

Feb 15, 2017

The Singing Valentine Quartet visited The Landing

The Singing Valentine Quartet visited The Landing to sing for resident Rickie Holyoke!

Feb 14, 2017

Merrymaker Joyce Torchia Visits Immanuel Courtyard

Residents celebrated Valentine's Day at Immanuel Courtyard with Merrymaker Joyce Torchia!

Jan 25, 2017

Immanuel Storytellers

Everybody has a story to tell and we love sharing stories about the people we serve within our communities and our PACE locations. Click here to learn more!

Dec 22, 2016

Meet Gates and Daisy Minnick

Every resident has a story to tell. And here at Immanuel, our residents are as unique as the stories they tell. The two you will meet in this story are quite the pair.

Dec 14, 2016

Meet Dale Tinstman

All Dale Tinstman wanted was a place to call home. For years, he and his late wife Jean were part of a couples’ social group that met monthly to celebrate special occasions like birthdays. It was at one of those gatherings in 1996 that sparked a conversation about retirement community living and the need for a new place in Lincoln

Nov 28, 2016

Erna Clanton

Music didn’t just fill her life. Erna Clanton shared her voice with the world and inspired a generation of talented singers.

Nov 28, 2016

Maudene Celebrates 104th Birthday!

A resident at Immanuel Fontenelle recently celebrated her 104th birthday! And what a day it was! Happy Birthday Maudene!

Nov 16, 2016

What Happens if Your Aging Parent Says “NO?”

If you have a conversation on a sensitive subject, be ready for a “no.” It happens a lot. You may be trying to have a conversation about staying in the family home or just asking parents to think about what comes next. They often initially say they are not ready for changes. You should remain confident knowing that most aging parents who do agree to make changes usually acknowledge that they wish they’d done it sooner. They gradually find that their decision makes their lives easier and offers more peace of mind.