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Celebration held at Saint Anne Victory Noll

Posted: Friday, July 21, 2017

More than 100 people gathered to celebrate the grand opening of Saint Anne Victory Noll yesterday, July 20, at 25 Victory Noll Drive. The staff at the new facility will provide long and short term care, rehab, assisted living, adult day services and memory support. The Chamber assisted with the event which included a ribbon cutting.

Saint Anne Communities began providing housing for the elderly in 1967 in Fort Wayne. The five-star care provided by Saint Anne’s was extended to the south side of Fort Wayne in 2015 with the addition of Grace Pointe campus. The new building encompasses parts of the existing Victory Noll incorporating period architecture.

Saint Anne Victory Noll has 40 single occupancy rooms available to people of all faiths. The facility also includes physical therapy services for residents and non-residents, a spa room, several dining areas, lounges, computer rooms, exercise equipment, prayer rooms, a chapel and a schedule full of a variety of activities. The use of design and color in the new building includes peaceful colors and artwork amidst the natural setting of the grounds for the residents’ pleasure.

Shown in the ribbons cutting photo above are from left, Mary McCormack, Elaine Wilson, Theresa Kitt, Sr. Ginger Downey, Saint Anne Victory Noll Administrator Anne Crawley, State Senator Andy Zay, Saint Anne Community Chief Operating Officer Dave Deffenbaugh, Sr. Mary Jo Nelson, Saint Anne Community Board Chair Bob Nicholas, Sr. Lucille Martinez and Mayor Brooks Fetters.