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Peachtree Senior Living opens in Trussville

From Trussvile Tribune staff reports

TRUSSVILLE – The Trussville Area Chamber of Commerce hosted a ribbon cutting for Peachtree Senior Living on  Aug. 23 to announce its new 30-unit housing development for seniors.

A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held on Aug. 23 at Peachtree Senior Living in Trussville.

On hand for the ribbon cutting ceremony were Robb Crumpton – president of Liv Development; Graham Black – director of Senior Living for Liv Development; Karen Catete – Peachtree Senior Living executive director; Julie Podewitz – Traditions Senior Living; Trussville Mayor Buddy Choat; City Councilman Perry Cook; TACC Executive Director Diane Poole and Membership Coordinator June Mathews; Chamber Ambassadors Donna Lowery, Natalie Norton, and Meagan Welch; and several Peachtree staff.

Peachtree Senior Living is located at 3740 Eagle Drive in Trussville, adjacent to the the Trussville office of the United States Post Office. For information on Peachtree Senior Living, call 205-790-1469 or visit www.peachtree-living.com.

For more information about TACC, go to www.trussvillechamber.com, call 205 655-7535, or visit the chamber on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

 

Comments

  1. Dianne Perkins Serafin an option for grandmother. Closer to home!

  2. Wendy Slauson maybe a future option?

  3. For kindermusik, not us just yet 😜

  4. Nick Doster says:

    Mandy Dunston Doster

  5. Thank you Hilary! I will definitely look into that! I was so excited about the one in Hoover and I’m looking forward to many more opportunities like this! What a blessing it was. Thanks for keeping me posted!

  6. My grandmother has been here for several years! The caregivers are kind and attentive! They truly care about their residents and are such a blessing to our family! My grandmother is 92 and happy! Such a blessing! Can’t wait for the prom! September 14! Phyliss Thornton and Barbara Parkes

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