How We Began
Compassion Runs in the Family
The story of Spring Meadows began in 1975 with Jack Stone’s purchase of Resthaven Manor, a stately, turn-of-the-century mansion that served as a 50-bed nursing home in Toledo’s Old West End. A decade later, in search of larger facilities and better surroundings, Jack constructed a new facility on the 30-acre Stone family farm in Holland, Ohio.
The newly named Spring Meadow Extended Care Facility opened its doors on January 14, 1985, with the transfer of 47 residents from Resthaven. With 100 beds, a bright new color scheme, spacious lounges and wide corridors, Spring Meadow residents were no doubt impressed with their new surroundings.
The fall of 1999 saw the completion of Astor House, a 15-unit assisted living complex located on the Spring Meadow campus. In 2002, we completed a second construction phase at Astor House, an endeavor that added 18 private suites.
Today, Spring Meadow Extended Care Facility is Spring Meadow Senior Community. And although the name has changed, our family’s commitment to service remains the same. For the Stone family, Spring Meadow is not just another business. It’s a home. We’re counted on everyday to deliver the ideal homelike atmosphere for each and every resident.
And this is exactly what we’ve done for more than 35 years.
Spring Meadow is family owned and operated – and it’s from “family” that we draw our inspiration. We strive to treat each resident like a member of our own family. We want each resident to be at home here, surrounded by loving members of our extended family of care providers, doctors, nurses and administrative staff.
So let our family help your family. It’s what we do best.
Employee of the Month
Amanda Sumner, RN, BSN, 400 Hall
Amanda is our employee highlight for the month of May. She is a first shift RN on 400 Hall. AmandaClick to read more >