Getting involved, staying engaged, giving back. Springhill residents care about making a difference in their community, in the world and with their neighbors. Learn about their unique backgrounds and current interests here.
A former Army Green Beret and retired Suffolk County, NY, police detective, John Flynn has stories to tell, from the mundane to the miraculous, including capturing an escaped lion.
No wonder falling off a building doesn’t top his list … More
When Bob Marks moved to Springhill last summer, we were excited to welcome not only Bob but also his adorable, six-month-old Cavalier King Charles spaniel, Molly.
A former healthcare… More »
When Lettie Pellizzari moved to Springhill in January with her husband Rinaldo, she was relieved to be giving up the responsibility of the couple’s large property, but sorry to be giving up the… More »
A former wildlife biologist for the state of Pennyslvania, John Kriz always enjoyed the solitude that nature brings. But after retiring from his profession and lacking the social interaction of… More »
Although our hyper-vigilant spell checkers will insist that procrastinot is a typo, the term is in fact a neologism I invented when challenged to create a one-word New Yearʼs Resolution. As a… More »
As John Gorndt was preparing to hurtle down an Alaskan mountain on a zipline, the 80-year-old only had one thought in mind: “It doesn’t look like they cleared very many trees out of … More »
Springhill resident Mary Stewart is not a sitter. A lover of the outdoors, Mary has hiked in state parks near the various cities she has called home and as far afield as England, Scotland and… More »
It doesn’t take long for new Springhill residents to comment on how many interesting conversations they find themselves in with their newfound neighbors. With residents such as Ed Masteller,… More »
No one enjoys moving, and with each passing decade, as the possessions pile up, it grows more challenging. But Marilyn Melhuish’s situation – though not rare – stands out from the crowd’s. After a… More »
Twice a month on a Tuesday morning, six people who used to be little more than acquaintances meet in a room and prepare to lay it all out on the table. There, they share writings that range from… More »
Jean Dunn has never been a professor, but she sure loves what they have to offer. An accountant by trade, Jean calls herself a “green eye-shade type of person” who tends to be interested in many… More »