Senior Community and Memory Care Neighborhood in Lexington, Kentucky (KY)

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Justin Linseisen, Director of Pastoral Care

 

Justin Linseisen, Director of Pastoral Care

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From The Community Director

Terri Schneider, Community Director
Terri Schneider, Resident Care Coordinator

 

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Welcome our New Resident

 

 

Welcome our New Resident –  Pat Corman

 

Liberty Ridge welcomes Pat Corman. Pat was born and raised here in Lexington along with her older sister, Mary Jo. Pat is a graduate of Henry Clay High School and attended U.K. and William Woods University in Fulton, Missouri, where she studied pre-med.

 

While attending U.K., she met her future husband, Dan. The couple has a son, Ted, and a daughter, Dana. Dan owned and operated Corman & Associates Décor. Pat was a homemaker. They were very active in their church, Central Baptist.

 

Pat played an active role in many committees and served on many boards. Pat was the first woman on the Central Baptist Hospital Board and was the first woman deacon at Central Baptist Church.
Dan and Pat enjoyed their retirement by wintering in Pompano Beach, Florida, for many years. The couple was married for 65 years before Pat lost her beloved Dan.

 

Today, Pat enjoys the company of friends and family and enjoys small group activities.

 

 

Welcome our New Resident –  Peggy Pace

 

Liberty Ridge welcomes Peggy Pace. Peggy was born the oldest of four children in Clark County, Kentucky. She attended the University of Kentucky where she studied political science.

 

Peggy worked for Columbia Gas for 46 years as the Assistant Administrator in the Economic Development Department.

 

Peggy loves to travel and has been on many cruises and to Russia. She is a longtime season ticket holder of the Lexington Phil Harmonic.

 

Peggy is active in bridge groups, investment clubs, and book clubs.

 

Welcome our New Resident –  Barbara Babcock

 

Liberty Ridge welcomes Barbara Babcock. Barbara was born and raised in Hollywood, California, along with five older siblings. Barbara took a job at a loan company right out of high school and worked in finance for the rest of her working years. At the age of 21, Barbara married and had two children, a daughter, Valerie, and a son, Bill.

 

In 1971 Barbara met and married the love of her life, Bruce Babcock. The couple spent their retirement in Grants Pass, Oregon. They loved to vacation in Hawaii and travel in their R.V. The two were married for 32 years before Barbara lost her beloved Bruce. Barbara still has every love letter he ever wrote her; a total of 41.

 

Barbara moved to Kentucky a year and a half ago to be near her daughter. She is the proud grandmother of three grandchildren. Barbara enjoys games, such as hand & foot and bingo. She likes to read mystery novels and watch game shows and U.K. play.

 

Welcome our New Resident –  Anne O’Brien

 

Liberty Ridge welcomes Anne O’Brien. Anne, along with her younger sister, grew up in Sparkman, Arkansas. Anne knew at an early age that she wanted to go to college, so she began working and saving right out of high school. Life had other plans for Anne; she would be 35 before she earned her degree.
Anne met a young marine named Walter Brewer. The couple married and had three children together: A daughter, Maggie; then two boys, Marty and Patrick. The couple moved several times as Walter eventually earned his doctorate in Urology and finally settled here in Lexington.

 

Anne attended University at Eastern, earning her degree as a Registered Nurse and then went on to Emory University in Atlanta, earning her Nurse Practitioner license.

 

Anne specialized in OBGYN, working at the University of Kentucky Hospital for 30 years. Anne says her; time at U.K. was valuable, where she continually learned and grew in her field.

 

Anne loves to travel and has been fortunate enough to travel to many parts of Europe, Israel, and Hawaii. She is the proud grandmother to four granddaughters and four grandsons and a very sweet two-year-old great grand-daughter. She loves to read and enjoys the outdoors and visiting with friends and family.

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