Concordia Retirement Center feels like home

Wednesday, July 6, 2011

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Mary Nell Turner had lived in a 1916 schoolhouse on 2.5 acres for 14 years in Hope. After her husband died in 2006, her two daughters felt she was too isolated at her home. She disagreed at first, but as time went by, she said, “It got to be more and more of a chore to take care of everything.” Family members continued to nudge Turner to sell the house and look at retirement centers.


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Business, Pages 12 on 07/06/2011

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