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Pinnacle Living Announces Two Recent Senior Leadership Changes

January 25, 2022

Paul Gregg named Executive Director of Cedarfield; Michael Shaw promoted to VP of CCRC Operations across Virginia Pinnacle Living is pleased to announce two recent changes to its Pinnacle Leadership Team. Chris Henderson, President and CEO of Pinnacle Living, said these exciting changes will enable Pinnacle Living to continue to be a premier provider of …Read More…

Cedarfield’s 25th Anniversary Celebration Planned for Sept. 23-24

September 3, 2021

Celebration includes various events for residents and team members, a new scholarship fund for employees, and a new on-campus history exhibit. To celebrate Cedarfield’s 25th anniversary, we are planning a private three-day extravaganza for residents and team members in September 2021. While the community has hosted a variety of events and special programs throughout the …Read More…

Cedarfield Featured on WTVR CBS6 Evening News

August 19, 2021

“It’s to protect elders, it’s to protect people’s lives, and to keep people out of hospitals.” — Chris Henderson, CEO of Pinnacle Living On Wednesday, August 18, 2021, Pinnacle Living CEO Chris Henderson and Cedarfield CNA Tonya Phillips were interviewed by WTVR in response to President Biden’s recent announcement that his administration will require nursing …Read More…

Virginia Living Magazine’s Best of 2021

May 18, 2021

Cedarfield Takes Second Place in Virginia Living Magazine’s Best of 2021 Cedarfield was recognized among this year’s Best Retirement Community winners in Virginia Living’s tenth annual “Best Of Virginia” issue. This is the tenth year in a row Cedarfield has been honored in the annual reader’s survey, an achievement that coincides with Cedarfield 25th anniversary …Read More…

Cedarfield Celebrates 25 Years

May 6, 2021

Celebrating Cedarfield’s Past, Present, and Future Cedarfield is celebrating its 25 years of serving Richmond’s senior living needs with not only a variety of special events throughout the year for its residents, but also with the creation of a permanent history exhibit, designed by residents.    Cedarfield, a life plan community in Henrico County,  began in …Read More…

Cedarfield Scholarship Fund

April 29, 2021

Cedarfield Celebrating First Recipients of Scholarship Fund Residents and team members are celebrating the first five recipients of the Cedarfield Scholarship Fund. These team members represent five departments ranging from maintenance to health services to housekeeping.   Their goals are unique, but they all hope to grow professionally through education while they continue to serve …Read More…

Cedarfield Opens Healthcare Household

April 22, 2021

New Era Opens to Serve Richmond’s Long Term Care Needs Cedarfield, Henrico County’s premier senior living retirement community, opened its brand new Household in April 2021. As the final component of the $100 million Cedarfield Master Plan Expansion project, Household incorporates a person-centered approach that shapes the physical environment, organizational structure, and enhances interpersonal relationships …Read More…

Cedarfield Mentors Program

March 19, 2021

Throughout Pandemic, Cedarfield Mentors Program Connects With Local Elementary Students Through “Virtual Storytime” Sessions Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, several residents at Cedarfield, a premier senior living retirement community in Henrico County, have embraced technology to both connect with the outside world and combine their love of books and volunteering. Since November 2020, the Cedarfield Mentors …Read More…

A Memory That Always Brings a Smile

December 25, 2020

In the mid 70’s Louisa and I lived in Northern Virginia with our three wonderful youngsters: Josh, Jonathan, and Mollie. At the time, the boys were ages five and three. As Christmas approached, our neighbors had told us that the “real” Santa greeted children at a local plant nursery, but that we must be prepared …Read More…

Advent reflection – 2020

December 24, 2020

The Advent our grandson was four years old, he was with his family for the weekly Sunday Mass. They were sitting in the balcony and Jack was quietly coloring when the priest said, “Christ has died, Christ has risen, Christ will come again!” At which point Jack stopped with poised crayon, and observed loudly, “WHAT? …Read More…