While the Jessens used to bring their sons to visit their grandparents at Silveridge, these days it’s the boys visiting with their kids – son Bill lives in Denver, where he’s an Account Exec, while Michael lives in San Diego and is a scientist (cell and gene biology) who’s jumped in to work on the fight against covid-19. Each son has a daughter and a son, so a new generation of visitors continues the tradition.
Asked how things have evolved at Silveridge, Sandi said, “When I used to fly, we had something called A&B Cards. That stood for Above & Beyond, and we’d get them for making a special effort for customers or coworkers. I think the management at Silveridge deserves something like that. It’s not owned by some big conglomerate, but by people who you can tell care about the park and the residents. We have the finest owners of any park in the Valley.”
(If you’d thinking you’d like to give square dancing a try, let Sandi know – she’s starting a list of people who are interested – firstname.lastname@example.org )
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