Sending love to all the fathers and father figures who have been a source of encouragement and inspiration to those around them. We are grateful for your guiding hand and tip our hats to you this weekend.
Happy Father’s Day from all of us at Lexington Pointe Senior Living! 👔♥
Lexington Pointe Senior Living celebrated National Hamburger Day on May 28 with some fancy sliders and waffle fries, courtesy of the amazing Chef Josh! 🍔
Lexington Pointe’s leadership team recently received several appreciation notes from members in our community, which we always love!
“Jen – I want you to know that I appreciate all you do for everyone here. Your ingenuity and endless energy are amazing. I am grateful for your concern. Thank you!” – Linda
“Thanks to Josh for the delicious breakfast and all the meals!”
We also received a note of thanks sharing specific services, teams, and amenities that community members noted as “much appreciated” over the last few months:
“Building and grounds maintenance, complimentary breakfast, timely notices and updates for tenants, making the COVID-19 vaccine available ASAP, planning and hosting activities with appropriate rules/regulations and their enforcement, and exceptional meals available.”
Thank you all for the kind, thoughtful words and recognition. We prioritize the health, safety, and overall happiness of our community members in all that we do each and every day. We are so happy to hear that it shows!
We received some notes of appreciation for our staff recently, which we always love!
This was sent to our Residence Director, Emily K., by one of our resident couples to express their gratitude for our associate, Ben, in maintenance:
“I have just elected myself President of ‘Ben’s Fan Club.’ After expressing how challenging it was for me to get wet laundry into, and dry laundry out of, our dryer, he came to our apartment ‘posthaste’ and changed the direction that the dryer door opens. I thought it was important to inform you of our appreciation for Ben and his talent, thoughtfulness, and prompt response when I pointed out my concern. Three cheers for Ben!” – Jan and Jack P.
Our Management team also received a note from the daughter of Howard, one of our newest community members:
“Thanks so much for all that you do for my dad, as well as for your kindness. It was very difficult to see him leave, but I know he is in good hands. It was a pleasure meeting all of you. Take care of yourselves!” -Jenny S.
We prioritize the safety, happiness, and well-being of our community members in everything we do at Lexington Pointe, and we love when our residents and their families let us know that it shows. Thank you so much for the kind and thoughtful messages!