Making the decision to move to Riderwood can be overwhelming, but resident ambassadors help make that decision a little easier.
Resident Ray Moore began working at JC Penney in 1949 and worked with the department store for 37 years.
With Mother’s Day quickly approaching, Riderwood residents remember their mothers.
By Judith Johnson Resident Writer Jim and Jackie Crowder moved to Riderwood two months ago after a lifetime of residency in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area. Jim was educated in the public schools of the District of Columbia and at Oakwood College, now Oakwood University. in Huntsville, AL. He spent almost 49 years as a…
By Elaine Hauptman Resident Writer The plots of Riderwood resident Jerome Komisar’s novels are remarkably diverse, but all embrace an appreciation of life, and stress humanity’s responsibilities. His fourth novel, Elijah: A Novel of 9/11, was just published. It tells of the tragedy through the spiritual pilgrimage of Martin Stein. On the eighty-eighth floor of…
By Almeda Girod Resident Writer After two months of dating Pete Reynolds, Debbie Raub commented to her mother “If I marry this guy, I’ll be Debbie Reynolds.” She married Pete in 1971 and says, “That is when this quiet little introvert became a not-so-quiet extrovert. Now I was a movie star!” Debbie grew up in…
Associate Executive Director Dee Dee Gray-Weaver shares a deep family bond at Riderwood, as her parents, Brucy and Ethel, are residents in the community.
Learn how resident David Bagwell turned a hobby he and his granddaughter shared into a way to deal with her death.
This Madison Green resident is looking to begin a new resident musical ensemble.
Four residents recall their time with the famous civil rights group.
Learn about a few residents who are part of the Deaf community here at Riderwood.
Riderwood residents Sadanala and Lily John have been married for 80 years, since 1938.