Category Archives: Oakmont Sterling

Oakmont’s Fantastic Fathers: John J. – Oakmont Sterling

For the days leading up to Father’s Day, we’ve asked our residents and families to share stories, pictures, and favorite memories of their dads, grandfathers, and great-grandfathers who live in our communities. We’ll be sharing them here on our website and on our social media channels in a series we’re calling: Oakmont’s Fantastic Fathers!


Kelly B. wrote in to tell us about her best friend and grandfather, John J., who lives at Oakmont Sterling.

I’ve always considered my Grandad, John J., to be one of my best friends. He walked me down the aisle on my wedding day and that meant the world to me. I love going to breakfast with him at Jimmy’s Coney Island and having our morning chats.

I now live in Traverse City with my son and husband and due to COVID-19, I have not been able to take my grandad out to breakfast. As soon as I come down to visit, that’s the first thing him and I will do! My son’s middle name is John which is after his great-grandad.

I love you so much, grandad!! Happy Father’s Day!! I will see you soon!! Xo

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Oakmont’s Fantastic Fathers: Joe Y. – Oakmont Sterling

For the days leading up to Father’s Day, we’ve asked our residents and families to share stories, pictures, and favorite memories of their dads, grandfathers, and great-grandfathers who live in our communities. We’ll be sharing them here on our website and on our social media channels in a series we’re calling: Oakmont’s Fantastic Fathers!


Wendy wrote in to wish Joe, a resident of Oakmont Sterling, a very happy Father’s Day: 

Happy Father’s Day Dad! You bring such joy to everyone around you. Your smile and laugh makes anyone’s day!

Love you 😍

 

Oakmont’s Fantastic Fathers: Eugene P. – Oakmont Sterling

For the days leading up to Father’s Day, we’ve asked our residents and families to share stories, pictures, and favorite memories of their dads, grandfathers, and great-grandfathers who live in our communities. We’ll be sharing them here on our website and on our social media channels in a series we’re calling: Oakmont’s Fantastic Fathers!


Carol wrote in to wish Eugene, a resident of Oakmont Sterling, a wonderful and happy Father’s Day!:

Happy Father’s Day to a great fatherfather-in-law, grandfather and great-grandfather.

Although these have been some difficult times, no matter what, we wish you the very best this Father’s Day and always!!!!

 

 

 

Oakmont’s Fantastic Fathers: James R. – Oakmont Sterling

For the days leading up to Father’s Day, we’ve asked our residents and families to share stories, pictures, and favorite memories of their dads, grandfathers, and great-grandfathers who live in our communities. We’ll be sharing them here on our website and on our social media channels in a series we’re calling: Oakmont’s Fantastic Fathers!


Daughters Cathie and Colleen wrote in to wish their Dad, James R. from Oakmont Sterling, a very happy Father’s Day!

Colleen wrote:

Dad, Jim R, always loved family gatherings and he especially loved to laugh. He taught all his kids to play games for fun, not necessarily to win. He has always loved to pull pranks, have water fights and look for the fun in life! I love you dad and I also love to laugh!

Thank you for teaching me the important things in life, such as, love, laughter and filling my life with family and friends.

Cathie wrote:

Happy Father’s Day Dad!!! We love you!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Oakmont’s Fantastic Fathers: James R. – Oakmont Sterling

For the days leading up to Father’s Day, we’ve asked our residents and families to share stories, pictures, and favorite memories of their dads, grandfathers, and great-grandfathers who live in our communities. We’ll be sharing them here on our website and on our social media channels in a series we’re calling: Oakmont’s Fantastic Fathers!


Dan wrote in to tell us all about his father, Jim, a resident of Oakmont Sterling, who was always home at 5 pm to have dinner with his family: 

Dan wrote:

Dad worked very hard to support 5 children but he was home every day by 5 o’clock so that we could all sit down to have dinner together. That’s pretty rare today. He and Mom also loved to come out to out small farm and help us with whatever we were working on. On a rare occasion he would even go for a ride on one of the horses! We can’t wait to get him back out to the farm soon.

We love you Dad!

Dan and Debbie