A year and a half ago, Don Carmignani and his wife, Bev, moved into an apartment in Wesley Gardens. Their home in SeaTac – which they had occupied for 43 years – was too much to maintain once Don was diagnosed with Parkinson’s.
“At our age, it’s very difficult to move,” Carmignani said.
But it was ultimately worthwhile. According to a letter written by Carmignani, Wesley Gardens was “a peaceful, serene environment perfect for spending one’s sunset years!”
Last November, Carmignani first received notice that they would need to move again. He did not receive a projected date for the move.
“We had no idea what they had in store for this,” Carmignani said.
The move is part of Wesley Garden’s extensive renovation plan, where the whole campus will be replaced.More ›