Category: Featured Stories

Retired Rabbi Brings Knowledge to Glenmeadow

August 16, 2016

After serving as a rabbi for 58 years and a professor at Western New England University for 31, Jerome S. Gurland has carried his passions for faith and education with him into retirement. In the two and a half years he has been a resident at Glenmeadow, Rabbi Gurland has been a fountain of knowledge, […]

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Glenmeadow Gives Back

July 11, 2016

Generosity has always been an important facet of the Glenmeadow experience. Most of our residents have been offering their financial support to charities all of their adult lives, as well as making gifts of their time and talents, and so, as a staff, we know how important it is for our residents to keep giving […]

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A Lesson in the Presidential Process

June 21, 2016

It was interesting that Donald Trump’s 70th birthday fell on the same day as Don Robinson’s talk in our Glenmeadow Learning series about the history of the American primary system. Don, a political historian and retired Smith College government professor, made note of Trump’s special day as he opened his talk, “Presidential Challenge: An Historical […]

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Residents Open Their Homes, Hearts

June 9, 2016

Stanford “Stan” Cohen sees retirement as another phase of life, another new and exciting career of sorts. He thinks this stage should begin at 75, not 85, and he feels that Glenmeadow is the perfect place to be employed. There are no burdens at Glenmeadow, such as caring for a home or cooking three meals […]

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