The Art of Living
Profiles of Remarkable People at the Jewish Home
The vibrant social and intellectual life at the Home begins with the many fascinating people who find wellness and opportunity in the Home's environment of self-discovery.
Please take a moment to meet some of the many Jewish Home residents whose stories inspire all of us to make the most of each and every day.
Millie and Seymour Sy Gordon, who make their home at Eisenberg Village, met at a Passover seder in 1942. After a year of dating, the couple was married. Sixty–seven years later, they are still enchanted by one another. ... Read more »
To whom do new residents turn for help in navigating the Jewish Home? One person is one of their own: Eli Persky, 93. A resident for less than a year, Eli is the Home's ambassador for new residents. ... Read more »
Dorothy Scott, 86, has led an extraordinary life as a daughter, sibling, wife, mother, actress, model, author, para-chaplain, and volunteer. But the Eisenberg Village resident also has known great sorrow. She chronicled her experiences in a book, Joys and Sorrows: My True Life Stories. ... Read more »