A Proud History

The year 2013 will mark our 125th year proudly serving the needs of Pennsylvania's aging population. Today Wesley Enhanced Living oversees and operates nine thriving senior living properties serving over 1,200 residents with more than 900 employees.

 

Wesley Enhanced Living Timeline

1888--German Home for the Aged formed by the Evangelical Association of Churches

1930--German Home for the Aged becomes known as Evangelical Manor*

1975--Evangelical Manor Foundation established

1985--Evangelical Manor acquires Heritage Towers**

1989--Evangelical Services for the Aging (ESA) is formed to oversee Evangelical Manor and Heritage Towers

1995--Pilgrim Gardens***affiliates with ESA

1995--Maple Village+joins ESA

1996--Evangelical Foundation becomes ESA Foundation

1997--Meadow House opens

1998--Manor Glen opens

2004--ESA becomes known as Wesley Enhanced Living

2004--ESA Foundation becomes known as Wesley Enhanced Living Foundation

2007--Wesley Enhanced Living embarks on a 5-year community revitalization project totaling $80 million

2008--Wesley Enhanced Living acquires Chestnut Hill Manor++
2010--Stapeley in Germantown affiliates with Wesley Enhanced Living and becomes Wesley Enhanced Living at Stapeley

2012--$80 million revitalization projects completed for Wesley Enhanced Living Doylestown, Upper Moreland, Burholme, and Pennypack Park  communities

2012--Multi-million dollar community revitalization project begins for Wesley Enhanced Living at Stapeley

 

*     Pennypack Park

**    Doylestown

***  Burholme

+     Upper Moreland

++    Brodheadsville

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