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Richfield Living Celebrates Town Center Ribbon Cutting At The Salem Campus

Richfield Living celebrates Town Center ribbon cutting

Cutting the ribbon for the Town Center grand opening are (from left): Stephen Musselwhite (Musselwhite & Associates, Inc.), Jason Peters (Chairman of the Roanoke County Board of Supervisors) , Martha Hooker (Roanoke County Supervisor- Catawba District) , Cherie Grisso (Richfield Living, CEO), Kirtesh Patel (Richfield Board Chairman), Sydney Nordt (Richfield Board Member), Dr. W.D. Hasty (Richfield Board Member), Lisa Sprinkel (Richfield Board Member), Dr. Warren Clark (Richfield Board Member), Melinda Payne (Richfield Board Member), Dr. Martha Anderson (Richfield Board Member).

Richfield Living, a local leader in senior living and rehabilitation, celebrated the grand opening of the Town Center on the Salem campus at 10 am in front of the new Town Center, 3730 Richfield Lane, Salem.

Cherie Grisso, Richfield Living CEO, remarks. “The growth of new independent living represents our commitment to expand affordable housing alternatives for seniors seeking a life-enriching community.” Grisso also states that, “Our success in our Vision 2020: Project HOME capital campaign, raising over $1.15 million, further exemplifies our donors’ belief in and commitment to the Richfield Living vision. Richfield is blessed with amazing financial support and leadership from our Board of Directors, former and current residents and community partners.”

As the centerpiece of the Salem Richfield Living campus, the Town Center features several dining venues: The Anser Café, The Quill and Roost 52, the Chapel & Community Room, the Wellness Studio and BellaVue Salon. Outside dining overlooks the scenic lower lake and the 52 acres comprising the campus. The Villas with 28 apartments and Lake Retreat with 48 apartments has opened and is now home to many independently living seniors. Community engagement is the opportunity for residents to socialize, join clubs, and exercise many wellness options. Richfield even has their own app to keep up with all the activities.

Jill Loope, Roanoke County Director of Economic Development, remarks, “The growth and transformation of the Richfield campus is exciting news for Roanoke County. High quality independent living in a superior setting enhances the County’s quality of life and adds to the diversity of services available in our community. We are grateful for Richfield’s leadership and vision to expand and modernize their campus with the new Town Center development.”

Cherie Grisso, Richfield Living CEO, welcomes guests.

Martha Hooker Roanoke County Supervisor- Catawba District, Jason Peters Chairman of the Roanoke County Board of Supervisors, and Cherie Grisso, Richfield Living CEO present a gift from Roanoke County Board of Supervisors to honor the occasion.