Meet some residents who enjoy taking advantage of RiverWoods’ maintenance-free, active senior lifestyle.
Susan Schultz moved to RiverWoods looking for a fresh start and a break from home maintenance. Today she is finding joy in the many new friendships she’s formed, being connected to the community both on and off campus, and walking her new home with her beloved yellow lab Sunnygirl. “I love meeting people and serving others,” says Susan. “I’m blessed to be able to do that here.” Read More »
It’s fitting that when two mathematicians begin their search for a place to retire, numbers, or in this case square footage, are a part of the equation. “This space just blew us away, and that was it for us,” says Allen Schweinsberg, who with his wife Joanne, moved to their 1,600-square-foot cottage in 2020. The active seniors are also enjoying RiverWoods’ 108-acre campus, which is filled with walking paths. Read More »
At the age of 71, Diane Reed has a schedule that would challenge someone decades younger. She swims, plays water volleyball, works with a personal trainer, and walks a minimum of a mile every day. In between, she gardens, organizes game nights, and visits her large family. So, it’s no surprise that this RiverWoods resident says to make your retirement move “while you’re young enough to enjoy it.” Read More »