Resident Spotlight

Resident Spotlight: Meet Mike

Early Days in Detroit Few people can say they’ve spent their whole life in service to their city, their community, and their country. Mike, a veteran of the United States Army and former member of the Dearborn and Taylor Police Departments, can. Born in the City of Detroit in the mid-1920s, Mike grew up with his family near the intersection of 24th and Myrtle. Though initially a comfortable family of four, one day, when Mike was just seven years old, his …Read more  »...

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A Thank You Note from Cheryl and Jim – Oakmont Sterling

At each of our Oakmont communities, we are lucky enough to receive frequent cards, letters, and notes of thanks from our residents and their families. These simple gestures mean the absolute world to us, and we are grateful to each and every author who takes the time to share their feedback.  We received the below letter from Cheryl – the niece of a resident who called Oakmont Sterling home for more than seven years. The dedication, patience, and love Cheryl …Read more  »...

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Meet Anthony and Vera

Though they may be new to the community, Oakmont Sterling Enhanced residents Anthony and Vera have quickly become familiar faces. You’ll often find them enthusiastically enjoying activities, boarding the bus for trips about town, and interacting with their favorite staff members who they now consider new friends. But the road to Oakmont wasn’t always an easy one for the couple, who were both born in Michigan during the Great Depression. Paths Cross in the Motor City Anthony, born and raised …Read more  »...

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Meet Maxine

If you visit Oakmont Sterling, there’s a good chance that you’ll run into Maxine. An active 86-year-old who loves to stay involved in everything going on in her community, Maxine can usually be found playing cards, calling out “bingo” with a full card, folding newsletters, minding the resident store – even leading exercise classes on Saturday mornings. If there’s an interesting activity about to start or a need for someone to volunteer their time, Maxine is usually the first in …Read more  »...

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Meet Robert

Robert was born in 1934 with a twin brother, Ralph. And, yes, the boys did share a few things in common. They both learned to play the piano at age 5. Both joined the Boy Scouts and earned the rank of Eagle Scout (the first twins to earn that honor in the Huron Valley Council). “I’ve never seen my dad so proud,” Robert said. Both were also in the Army, with their paths miraculously crossing during a stateside visit during …Read more  »...

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Words from Our Residents

It was a delightful tea party!

Doretta

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Guess what? I live at Oakmont and this smile on my face says it all!

Kathy

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Oakmont is the greatest place to live. I have been here 4 years and I am still loving it!

Marion

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It was a great day! I especially enjoyed dancing and the music!

Jo An K.

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I always enjoy Oakmont functions. I enjoyed my night out and loved the food.

Bernie U.

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Oakmont Independent Living provides everything I need to make the most of my retirement years!

Rose

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I loved our day at Belle Isle. It’s a beautiful place to visit have a picnic and enjoy some fun in the sun.

Just one of the many activities we are fortunate to have available to use an Oakmont Manor.

Jan H.

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From the beautiful entrance, to the great meals and activities, Oakmont is always alive! There is also friendship everywhere!

Philip

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It was nice to see Scott Fountain again at Belle Isle. We had our wedding pictures taken there. It was such a beautiful day, we really enjoyed it.

Gerry and Richard D.

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I enjoy living here and the tea party was great fun.

Helen

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Everything was planned real nice. I got see my former friends from the previous Oakmont I lived in! “Wonderful Day”

Jean S.

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I was so very pleased to be at this party with my granddaughter and 2 great granddaughters. Oakmont is always having beautiful parties and décor.

Hazel

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I’m very thankful and grateful that they had a tea party for us! Living at Oakmont is very comfortable.

Helen

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It was lovely to acknowledge the veterans on this very special night.

Jean M.

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I had a fantastic time at Belle Isle with the Oakmont communities!

Clara O.

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An outing & concert with my very dearest friends.

Rosella

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I like it at Oakmont Livonia, it is so friendly and everyone makes me feel at home!

Fran

 
I like the path around the building. It is beautiful and great for walking!

Forest

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The tea party was very nice! There are a lot of my friends that live here at Oakmont.

Pearl

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I LOVE that I can bring my best friend Mingo with me!

Louise

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Thank you for the trip to Belle Isle. You order a sunny day. When we arrived, the picnic area was all set up. Fresh hot dogs and hamburgers were cooking on the grill. We also had live music and even dancing! Thank you for a fun day!

Wanda P.

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A good day at Oakmont Northville; Friendship and Fun.

Max N.

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I am always happy to share the events with my daughter Sandy and granddaughter Erin.

Wilma

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I like the people and the staff. They are outgoing and great!

Dave

 
I like the people here, they are so nice. The food is great and my room is very cozy and pleasant!

Dottie

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