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You would be forgiven for walking into Churchill Place Retirement Residence and thinking you had stumbled into a stunning boutique hotel. The Residence recently completed a major renovation that combines a five-star look with a warm, at-home feel that was celebrated by residents, staff and the community at its November 26th Grand Opening event.
“I didn’t think you could make Churchill Place any nicer,” said Oakville MPP Kevin Flynn. “There is a feeling you get when you walk through the doors. Revera is playing a role in our community, and what I’m seeing today demonstrates they truly care about the well-being of those that live here.”
Oakville Mayor toasts renovation
Mr. Flynn was joined for the official ceremonies by Oakville Mayor Rob Burton, Revera CEO Jeff Lozon, and Executive Director Sheryl Bovay. Many of Churchill Place’s residents and some family members joined the festivities. Local artist Rob Valenzuela displayed two original works of art that he created and donated to the newly-refurbished residence. Executive Director Sheryl Bovay thanked residents and staff who were patient during the renovation process, and led the attendees in a champagne toast to celebrate the occasion.
“It is my great pleasure to bring greetings and congratulations on behalf of the council of the Town of Oakville to Revera on these fantastic renovations,” said Mayor Burton. “And to each of you on your good judgement to choose Churchill Place,” he added, to appreciative laughter from the crowd.
Churchill Place has been serving the Oakville community for 22 years, and this complete interior renovation, which includes a new Theatre Room, Wellness room, Art Studio, and beautiful décor gives the Residence a unique, five-star edge in local retirement living. But Revera CEO Jeff Lozon remarked that bricks and mortar were only part of the story at Churchill Place.
“What makes this home the most remarkable are the people who live in it,” said Mr. Lozon, pointing out several residents, including 93-year-old George Anthony, a two-time Ontario Communities Association (ORCA) Resident of the Year. “Updating and upgrading our properties is our way of saying thank you.”
George Anthony, who also leads the resident singing group The Churchill Chimes, added his love of Churchill Place’s location. “It really is so close to Lakeshore Road, the hospital, and other facilities, you can’t beat the location here.”