Normandie Ridge Groundbreaking for Memory Care Residence

On Friday, March 13, a groundbreaking ceremony kicked off the construction of an 11,000-square-foot memory care residence that will be added to personal care at Normandie Ridge Senior Living Community, owned and operated by Albright Care Services. The new facility will meet the needs of residents with Alzheimer’s and other related dementias.
Normandie Ridge Groundbreaking Memory Care Residence
Pictured from left to right are: Shaun Smith, president and chief executive officer, Albright Care Services; Doug Flasher, chief operating officer, Albright Care Services; Courtney Bolinsky, executive director, Normandie Ridge Senior Living Community; Keith Kuzio, president, Albright Care Services Board of Directors; Leroy Krebs, president, Normandie Ridge Resident Association; Rev. Phyllis Bowers, executive director, The United Methodist Stewardship Foundation; Monica Love, zoning officer, West Manchester Township; Seth Grove, legislator for the 196th District, Pa. House of Representatives; John DeHass, member of Normandie Ridge Advisory Committee and vice president of clinical practices and facilities development, Memorial Hospital; Craig Kimmel, partner, RLPS Architects; Jim Hollinger, project manager, Stewart & Tate Construction and Justin Keister, director of site engineering, Larson Design Group.