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“We are so thankful and happy that Dad is able to enjoy his retirement               years living at Bell Tower. He is happy there for some of the following reasons: 

  •   He enjoys the caring, friendly, knowledgeable and helpful staff who spoil      him.

  •   He is able to keep his independence.

  •   He knows many of the other people living there and has made many new    friends. He likes helping others any time he can.

  •   The chapel is right in the building.

  •   The food is good and he doesn't have to prepare it.

  •   Someone brushes the snow off of his car and shovels around it.

These are just a few of the reasons that Bell Tower is a good place for our Dad  to live. As his children we have peace of mind knowing he is in a good place where he is in the best of hands."


- The children of Berm Stiver, Resident


“What Bell Tower Residence has meant and means to me. First, I worked there for many years starting with working for the Sisters. What a great group of people to start my venture with.

After being there many years I retired. We placed one of our five sisters there three years ago. There is no better second home for a loved one. They are a caring group that makes you feel safe and secure. My questions and suggestions always get attention. It's wonderful to have this second home in our city!"

- M. B.


“The activities are great! There are so many for the residents to choose from. You always stay busy!”

- Marlene Sutheimer, Resident

“Visiting with my friends and neighbors and going to activities is such a treat. I attend mass in the chapel without having to leave the building and we have Ecumenical Bible Study once a week.”

- Mary Kramer, Resident

“Privacy is important to me and Bell Tower Residence allows me to have it. If I do need something, a staff member is always available. Meals are served on time and I like the company of others as we eat. The shopping trips are great for one to get a few things from the local stores. There is always something for residents to do if they care to participate. I love playing cribbage." 

- Warren ‘Cub’ Fischer, Resident