• Construction is nearly complete on our new 12 bed Memory Care unit.  We are excited for this new addition to quality care on our campus!  Contact Bob Baldwin at 620-241-0919, ext. 120 for more information.

Cedars Living

 

Come and enjoy peaceful, worry free and friendly living.  Our campus offers a variety of living options; walking paths with beautiful views, dining options and fitness center with indoor lap pool.  The McPherson community offers college activities, cultural events including the McPherson Opera House and great shopping.  McPherson has convenient access to the interstate, train and Dwight D. Eisenhower airport for easy access to travel.

The Cedars offer different levels of care

  • At the heart of The Cedars is a philosophy that guides everything we do. We call it "person-centered care".
    •   What this means is that we put the resident's convenience, habits, needs and lifstyle as a priority with daily activities.   Read more about this innovative approach to resident care here

Call today to schedule a tour. 620-241-0919

We would love to show you what we have to offer!

 

Miriam Hoover

 

Having resided at The Cedars for 27 years, Miriam Hoover was born into the Church of the Brethren. Her father was a free minister and served a church near Cincinnati, Ohio, where Miriam met her lifetime soulmate, Wilbur Hoover, a pastor in the Church of the Brethren. Their first call together was to a church in southwest Nebraska. Miriam taught in a one-room school where she had 6 students. This began a lifelong career path – Wilbur serving the church and Miriam teaching students. Later Miriam earned credentials in special education and taught in Kansas, Missouri, and Nebraska.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Miriam Hoover

 When asked why she and Wilbur chose to come to the Cedars, Miriam replied, “We had lived in McPherson for 12 years. Our transition eliminated yard work, allowed us to enjoy life, and enabled us to travel. Special trips took us to Europe and New Zealand. People wait too long to make the move to The Cedars Village. They should come while they are physically able to travel, get to know everyone, and develop new friendships. Although the duplexes look the same on the outside, each is adapted inside to individual tastes. I appreciate the ongoing maintenance and upgrades and the on-call emergency service.” 

 

As a longtime resident, what is it about the Cedars that sets it apart from other retirement communities? Miriam responded, “It is a good size and family oriented. We have a spirit of community, good friendships, and a support system. I appreciate that The Cedars’ foundation was built on Christian principles, and that has not changed over the years.”I enjoy being here and wouldn’t want to be anywhere else.”

 

[Prepared by Steven Gustafson from an interview with Miriam Hoover on May 9, 2017]