An Innovation in Senior Living

  • Independent Living
  • Assisted Living
  • Memory Care

Over 35 years of Senior Living Experience – StoryPoint isn’t just an innovation in care; it’s a pioneer – offering the latest in Independent Living, Assisted Living, and Memory Care.

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Care & Services

We offer a wide variety of Independent, Enhanced?, and Assisted Living services to meet your individual needs. We can provide as much or as little support as needed—it’s up to you.

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Our Difference

StoryPoint believes that what sets us apart is our commitment to appreciating our residents as individuals who deserve to shine, everyday.

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Resources & Planning

StoryPoint brings the experts to you with in-house financial planning resources.

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Meet Our Family

  • Robert Hess

    What does the first 60 minutes of your day look like?
    Get dressed, eat breakfast then read the paper.

    Tell me something that’s true that almost nobody agrees with you on?
    I don’t know, I suppose it’s politics. I’m a republican and there are many democrats.

    What fad do you wish would come back? Which do you feel should stay gone forever?
    I’m a realist. I believe in change and I accept change

  • Peggy Sayler

    What does the first 60 minutes of your day look like?
    Make my way out of bed, eat breakfast, make my bed and try to get ready for the day.

    Tell me something that’s true that almost nobody agrees with you on?
    I can’t think of any.

    What fad do you wish would come back? Which do you feel should stay gone forever?
    Probably none of them. Bell bottoms and cut off shorts- My daughter and I used to get in a fight over them. I’d get rid of them and they’d come back, finally I ripped them up.

  • Della Kruse

    What does the first 60 minutes of your day look like?
    Get up, go to the bathroom, get dressed, brush my hair, and them go to the dining room for breakfast.

    Tell me something that’s true that almost nobody agrees with you on?
    I like all of the food that I’ve eaten and other people only like a certain variety of foods.

    What fad do you wish would come back? Which do you feel should stay gone forever?
    Saddle shoes, I used to sit and listen to the radio “let’s pretend” while I shined my families shoes for Sunday morning going to church.
    Permanents, those were awful. They don’t need to come back. Before school started, mom took us to a beauty school and we would get permanents. They used electric rollers and you had to sit for a really long time, which wasn’t fun for an antsy person like me.

  • Joan Kobliska
    Detroit, MI

    How long have you lived at StoryPoint?
    A few months

    What do you notice most living at StoryPoint?
    The atmosphere and friendly and caring staff.

    What advice would you give to your younger self?
    Cherish your family and religion.

    What is “home” to you?
    Home is family to me.

  • Mary Koch
    Ann Arbor, MI

    How long have you lived at StoryPoint?
    A few months

    What do you notice most living at StoryPoint?
    The people. Everyone is friendly.

    What advice would you give to your younger self?
    Don’t be stingy.

    What is “home” to you?
    Living with kind people.

  • Mary Schulte
    Flint, MI

    How long have you lived at StoryPoint?
    A few months

    What do you notice most living at StoryPoint?
    The size of the building. Friendly people.

    What advice would you give to your younger self?
    Be kind to yourself.

    What is “home” to you?
    My family.

  • Eleanor Musgrove
    Columbia, MO

    How long have you lived at StoryPoint?
    A while.

    What do you notice most living at StoryPoint?
    Friendliness.

    What advice would you give to your younger self?
    Be patient.

    What is “home” to you?
    A place where you are happy.

  • Aris Hoplamazian
    Detroit, MI

    How long have you lived at StoryPoint?
    For a month.

    What do you notice most living at StoryPoint?
    I notice the size of the building and the helpful people who work here.

    What advice would you give to your younger self?
    Do not get upset a lot and think things out before you do them.

    What is “home” to you?
    A place where family is together.

  • Joan Diamond
    Long Island, NY

    How long have you lived at StoryPoint?
    A long time.

    What do you notice most living at StoryPoint?
    The people are kind and hospitable.

    What advice would you give to your younger self?
    Everything will happen in time so be aware and patient and it will eventually come to you.

    What do you define as family?
    Family is love.

  • Daniel Kilburn
    Toledo, OH

    How long have you lived at StoryPoint?
    Since February 8th, 2016

    What do you notice most living at StoryPoint?
    The entertainment. The guitarist that comes in.

    What advice would you give to your younger self?
    Grow up.

    What is “home” to you?
    Toledo, Ohio

  • John (Jack) Edwards
    Brooklyn, NY

    How long have you lived at StoryPoint?
    Two and a half weeks

    What do you notice most living at StoryPoint?
    The people are friendly.

    What advice would you give to your younger self?
    Watch what you eat and be healthy.

    What is “home” to you?
    Where people who love each other and are caring.

  • George Lusko
    Big Hampton, NY

    How long have you lived at StoryPoint?
    A few months.

    What do you notice most living at StoryPoint?
    I notice that it is quiet and nice. Everything is clean and the food is great. The people who work here are nice also.

    What advice would you give to your younger self?
    To be more careful, safe, and thoughtful.

    What is “home” to you?
    My wife and children.

  • Donald Huelke
    Chicago, IL

    How long have you lived at StoryPoint?
    A Couple months.

    What do you notice most living at StoryPoint?
    I notice the size of the building and the food.

    What advice would you give to your younger self?
    Increase your income.

    What is “home” to you?
    Place where I live with my wife.

  • Lee Sayre
    West Virgina

    How long have you lived at StoryPoint?
    Three months.

    What do you notice most living at StoryPoint?
    I notice the size of the building and that it is big. The food is good and there is a nice dining area. The people here are respectable and everyone respects on another.

    What advice would you give to your younger self?
    Save more money for retirement.

    What is “home” to you?
    Place where I live with my wife.

  • Theodore Diamond
    Dearborn, MI

    How long have you lived at StoryPoint?
    Two months

    What do you notice most living at StoryPoint?
    I notice the building and size of it. The staff is attentive and reliable.

    What advice would you give to your younger self?
    Get educated.

    What do you define as a family?
    People that are all related some good and some bad.

  • Theodore Diamond
    Bay Shore, MI

    How long have you lived at StoryPoint?
    Two months

    What do you notice most living at StoryPoint?
    The large building. Helpful people.

    What advice would you give to your younger self?
    Do not make the same mistakes.

    What do you define as a family?
    People that care about each other.

  • Dorothy Haworth

    What’s your fondest childhood memory?
    My fondest memory is having my sister take me to kindergarten. I was so proud that I got to go with her.

    What is something you’ve always wanted to try but have been too scared to?
    I always wanted to try ice skating but didn’t really like the idea of falling down!

    If you could time travel, would you go to the past or the future?
    I would go to the future because I am looking forward to where my life is headed.

  • Judy Walsh

    What’s your fondest childhood memory?
    Growing up with my sisters and mother. My father died when I was only 5 so I was raised in a household of women, except Skippy the dog.

    What is something you’ve always wanted to try but have been too scared to?
    Downhill skiing, I never made it past the bunny hill.

    If you could time travel, would you go to the past or the future?
    I’d go to the past…there are all the loved ones I’d want to see.

  • Doreen Holmes

    What’s your fondest childhood memory?
    When my daughter Elizabeth was born. My husband wrote me a beautiful note to thank you for our beautiful daughter.

    What is something you’ve always wanted to try but have been too scared to?
    I was scared to dive. I was never thrilled about high diving!

    If you could time travel, would you go to the past or the future?
    I would go to the past. I want to live a happy life and don’t want to know if something unhappy is coming!

  • Ardie Bannick
    White Cloud, MI

    How long have you lived at StoryPoint?
    Founding Member of StoryPoint Rockford.

    What do you notice most living at StoryPoint?
    Loveliness of the place, it’s homey.

    What advice would you give to your younger self?
    Travel as much as you can while you can.

    What is home to you?
    Having family and walking the way of the Lord.

  • Bertie Nelson
    Westgate, IA

    How long have you lived at StoryPoint?
    March 15, 2016

    What do you notice most living at StoryPoint?
    Other people are wonderful.

    What advice would you give to your younger self?
    Can’t change other people, can only change how you deal with them.

    What is home to you?
    Contentment.

    What is a family to you?
    Those that love me.

  • Elaine Bareman
    Grand Rapids, MI

    How long have you lived at StoryPoint?
    3 months

    What do you notice most living at StoryPoint?
    The people are nice.

    What is “home” to you?
    It’s special.

    What do you define as a family?
    I always thought mine was wonderful!

  • Eleanor Potter
    Muskegon, MI

    How long have you lived at StoryPoint?
    Founding Member of StoryPoint Rockford.

    What do you notice most living at StoryPoint?
    Everybody is great, the staff and the other residents. We are all friendly. I don’t feel out of place. The food is great!

    What advice would you give to your younger self?
    Be open to new experiences.

    What is home to you?
    Where I feel comfortable.

  • Frieda Gulliver
    Niles, MI

    How long have you lived at StoryPoint?
    Founding Member of StoryPoint Rockford.

    What do you notice most living at StoryPoint?
    Trying to keep us all busy.

    What advice would you give to your younger self?
    Holy moley!

    What is home to you?
    Being warm and comfortable.

  • Ken Bergquist
    Chicago, IL

    How long have you lived at StoryPoint?
    March 2016

    What do you notice most living at StoryPoint?
    My son said “oh this is fabulous! You don’t need to move to South Carolina!”

    What advice would you give to your younger self?
    Plan for retirement.

    What is family to you?
    Husband and wife and children.

    What is home to you?
    Where I am living and supporting my family.

  • Marcia Duvall
    Hartford, MI

    How long have you lived at StoryPoint?
    Founding Member of StoryPoint Rockford.

    What do you notice most living at StoryPoint?
    Having people around.

    What advice would you give to your younger self?
    Stay single longer.

    What is home to you?
    Wherever I feel comfortable

    What is family to you?
    My cat and I at the moment.

  • Pauline Owen
    Ravenna, MI

    How long have you lived at StoryPoint?
    3 Months

    What do you notice most living at StoryPoint?
    The food is good!!! The staff always listens to me and takes into consideration my wants.

    What advice would you give your younger self?
    I don’t know. Things were pretty good back then!

    What do you define as a family?
    My family was always busy and full of activity.

  • Ruth Cummings
    Quincy, MA

    How long have you lived at StoryPoint?
    Founding Member at StoryPoint Rockford.

    What do you notice living at StoryPoint?
    Everyone is very nice and friendly

    What advice would you give to your younger self?
    Go see the world.

    What is family to you?
    Not only your children but people that you love.

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