A longtime friend shows Jesse and Richard The Evergreen Hotel in Vancouver, Washington as a possible acquisition. When the bank denies their idea to turn the property into an office building, an alternative idea is presented: senior housing. The Evergreen Inn—Agemark’s first community—is born.
Agemark expands to the Midwest by purchasing a group of properties from another senior housing provider. In the process, the team meets Marty Hug and Marcia Houchin who later become CEO and VP of Life Enrichment, respectively.
Seeing an increased need for high-quality, specialized Memory Care, we open our first CountryHouse, a stand-alone Memory Care community. Today, thirteen CountryHouse communities serve hundreds of seniors across the country.
Michael Pittore spearheads new partnerships with other like-minded companies and investors. As a part-owner and managing entity, we spread our vision of senior living to even more communities across the country.
COVID-19 hits senior care hard. We take safety seriously and make early investments in PPE, testing and much more. During one of the most trying times we’ve faced, we developed a refreshed appreciation for our wonderful staff and leaders in our communities—these folks are true heroes.
Hello, Astoria! Agemark becomes an owner and managing entity for the newly renamed Astoria Senior Living and Memory Care in Omaha. A full-scale renovation begins of the assisted living and current memory care neighborhood, while an old skilled nursing unit is set to become a new memory care neighborhood to serve more local seniors.
Our newest community, Symphony Pointe, opens in West Omaha and offers Independent Living, Assisted Living and Memory Care. With more growth on the horizon, we look to continuously improve and put ourselves in a position to serve seniors for the foreseeable future.