PHOENIXVILLE, Pa., July 15, 2015 — Brandywine Senior Living welcomed over 700 guests to the grand opening celebration of their new Upper Providence community that included live music, gourmet food, cocktails and desserts, a raffle, and a luxurious beach towel gift for every guest. Guests included Senator John Rafferty, Congressman Ryan Costello, Lydia Hammer from Main Line Health and many community dignitaries, physicians, therapists, caregivers, and invited guests, all who were shown the many amenities and luxury touches throughout the building by the Brandywine tour guides.
“We’re extremely excited to bring Brandywine Senior Living to Upper Providence,” said Brenda J. Bacon, Brandywine Senior Living CEO and President. “The community we have built here is just amazing, and we are privileged to give the seniors in the surrounding area the option to live a fabulous lifestyle while getting the best care possible.”
Located at the corner of Route 29 and Black Rock Road in Phoenixville, PA, Brandywine Living at Upper Providence offers seniors spectacular views of Rivercrest Golf Club from its beautiful Tap Room and multiple sunrooms.
“I was excited to celebrate the Grand Opening of Brandywine Living at Upper Providence,” said Congressman Ryan Costello. “This beautiful residential community is destined to provide a great living environment for many senior citizens in PA-06 and the surrounding area. Our seniors deserve the best care possible, and this community will ensure our seniors have quality housing options.”
Brandywine Senior Living has a history and reputation of providing the best of care for seniors, and the new Upper Providencecommunity showed off this commitment with an impressive list of amenities starting with a partnership with Main Line Health. Other amenities include Escapades… for Life! Program, All Day Dining, on-site licensed Nurses 24/7, and in-house Salon and Spa services.
Guests had the opportunity to hear about Brandywine Senior Living’s relationship with the town and Main Line Health from Brandywine Senior Living CEO and President Brenda J. Bacon; Senator John Rafferty; Congressman Ryan Costello and Main Line Health ExecutiveLydia Hammer. All spoke of their strong commitment to the needs of our seniors and the continued partnership between the town, state, and local businesses for these services.
The evening concluded with Pennsylvania State Senator, John Rafferty’s warm welcome, “I am delighted to participate in the Grand Opening for Brandywine Living at Upper Providence,” said Rafferty. “This handsome facility provides residents an enriched quality of life. Welcome to the 44th District!”
Attendees of the event read as a virtual Who’s Who of Phoenixville, including: Brandywine Senior Living CEO and President Brenda J. Bacon; Pennsylvania State Senator John Rafferty; Congressman Ryan Costello; Senior Vice President of Marketing and Business Development Lydia Hammer; Brandywine Senior Living Chief Corporate Officer Kenneth Segarnick; Brandywine Living at Upper Providence Executive Director Kathi Cianfrani; Upper Providence Township Supervisor Lisa Mossie; Montgomery County Common Pleas Court Judge Candidate Gregory Cirillo; Upper Providence Fire Chief, Joshua Overholt; Upper Providence Chief of Police Mark Toomey, General Manager Rivercrest Country Club Brandon Lejeune; CEO Phoenixville Hospital Stephan Tullman.
To schedule a personal tour of Brandywine Living at Upper Providence, contact Lani Ebbert at 610-933-3250 or visit the website