Members of the Gwinnett Chamber for more than nine years, Delmar Gardens of Gwinnett celebrated its newly restored community with a ribbon cutting on Thursday, Oct. 6. Gwinnett Chamber’s Senior Vice President, Membership Services Vince DeSilva and Membership Development Manager Angie Holanda accompanied Resident Council President of Delmar Gardens of Gwinnett Bill Phyffer as he proudly executed the ribbon cutting event at Delmar Gardens of Gwinnett. The emotional event signified growth and new beginnings for the community after a bout with “Mother Nature” more than a year ago.
The ribbon cutting event also launched a celebratory weekend, including a Grand Opening Renovation Gala, held on Sunday, October 9. Jennifer Thilo, Regional Vice President, introduced the addition of two new levels of care at Delmar Gardens of Gwinnett – Enriched Living for Memory Care and Concierge Living. The additional care levels will cater to the ever-growing needs of seniors while being conveniently located under one roof. These new care levels are a unique enhancement to its already established services of independent living, assisted living, skilled nursing and rehabilitation.
Delmar Gardens of Gwinnett includes 221 retirement, assisted living, memory care and concierge living apartments located at 3100 Club Drive in Lawrenceville, with a 67-bed skilled nursing and rehabilitation facility on the campus. Founded in 1965, Delmar Gardens is a St. Louis-based, family-owned and operated senior healthcare and development company.