Welcome to Presbyterian Manor
Please help us give a warm welcome to seven new members of the Salina Presbyterian Manor community.
Two are Connie and Karl Stutterheim, who moved in September. They are living temporarily in an apartment, but will soon move to a duplex unit. First, they chose new appliances, flooring, cabinets and countertops.
Connie is looking forward to having a little more space and a spot to do a little gardening. She enjoys planting vegetables, including dark leafy greens, which she says will grow practically year-round. She’d also like to add a fruit tree.
Their moving process went smoothly, thanks to the help they received from their three children. They also have eight grandchildren and one great-grandchild.
The couple has been married for 61 years. Before retirement, Connie worked as a nurse. Karl was an electrical engineer and president of Kasa Controls and Automation, which their son now runs.
The couple is pleased with their choice to move to Presbyterian Manor.
“I had always heard you should move before you have to,” Connie said. They put their names on the waiting list about three years before they decided it was time.
“We’re very satisfied,” Connie said. “It’s very friendly and well-run. And the residents all seem happy.”
The other new members of our community are Nancy and Clay Thompson, Bob and Diane Ott, and Nancy Barton.
If you would like to learn more about Salina Presbyterian Manor, please call 785-825-1366 or submit this online form.