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Faces of Kendal: Dave Scholl

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Published: September 18, 2023 We introduce you to David Scholl in this edition of “The Faces of Kendal.” Kendal at Oberlin is home to more than 300 men and women in their 60s and well beyond. They come from near (Oberlin and Cleveland) and far (Hawaii, Canada and elsewhere). The residents share

Faces of Kendal: Dorothy Luciano

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Published: March 17, 2023 Kendal is home to more than 300 men and women in their 60s and well beyond. They come from near (Oberlin and Cleveland) and far (Hawaii, Canada and elsewhere). The residents share many common values, such as sustainability and lifelong learning, and many have ties

Meet Kendal Residents: Larry & Betsy

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Community. They visited Kendal in May 2018 and by Thanksgiving had moved in.  “It was love at first sight,” Betsy says. Adds Larry, “We couldn’t find anything we didn’t like.” Downsizing: Think Small Rodent Unlike most people who spend a couple years or more on the Priority List before deciding to move

A Resident Viewpoint: Assisted Living in a Pandemic

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Published: October 22, 2020 A year and a half into her move to Kendal at Oberlin, Judi Bachrach was hitting her stride. Judi had been living in upstate New York with her husband, but after his death she needed to find a community that could help manage her multiple sclerosis. Kendal offered both

Kendal at Oberlin: Memories of World War II

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Published: May 22, 2021 Kendal at Oberlin residents share many values, including creativity, resiliency, love of learning and concern for others. So, when the pandemic hit, residents came up with many ways to combine all of them.  One of these efforts is a 30-minute video featuring four residents

Ruth Bader Ginsburg: A Law Clerk Remembers

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prospect if you go on the merits.’ I was thrilled when she was nominated,” says Jonathan about the woman for whom he had clerked a decade earlier and who had become a good friend. Jonathan, now a CWRU professor emeritus, moved to Kendal at Oberlin this summer with his wife, Carol Conti-Entin. These past