Our family was recently profiled by Northern Nevada Business Weekly. We’re honored to be recognized by the decades of service the Stutchman family has given to Nevada Seniors, beginning in 1973 when Gina’s parents first began working at Fallon Convalescent Center, which they later purchased.
That purchase was just the first of the many communities the Stutchmans would build and operate over the years. Gina herself began working in the buildings as a young child with her brother Brent; a tradition she carries on by having her own daughters come to the Arbors.
Want to know more about our history? You can read the entire article here.