Two residents discovered at Riderwood that they had graduated from the same nursing school, and have since formed a strong bond.
Riderwood residents recall how they heard about the assassination of John F. Kennedy in 1963.
Resident Ann Klein has a lust for life and learning that she brings to Riderwood.
Resident Irma Sheon has dedicated decades to studying the phenomenon of gerrymandering, and how it affects the United States and its politics.
Resident Theresa Posey shares a special bond with her three sisters, who come to visit her here at Riderwood every year.
Resident Paula Hurwitz brought her experience as a medical research librarian to Riderwood’s Village Square library.
Resident members of the Garden Club use their personal garden plots to cultivate unique plants and artwork.
Three Riderwood residents discovered after moving in that they all grew up in the same small area of Germany.
Resident Esther Nicols, one of Riderwood’s Centenarians, has had a long, full life full of providing for others.
Resident Irving “Andy” Andrusia continues a professional career in music even at age 100, as a House Assistant at the Music Center at Strathmore.
Resident Annelie Wilde dedicates some of her time at Riderwood to assisting the Patuxent Wildlife Refuge in studying bees.
Resident Jackie Nichols was driving into Manhattan on September 11, 2001 and witnessed the attacks of that day.