About

HISTORY:

The Good Samaritan Home is an independent living facility for adults of all ages and is governed by a volunteer Board of Directors. The Good Samaritan Home was founded in 1942 by Charles A. Wing, who dedicated his fortune to provide affordable housing for the less fortunate. The Good Samaritan Home began as a retirement community but quickly transformed into an independent living facility for low-income adults.

The Good Samaritan Home provides housing for those who might otherwise have nowhere to live. We offer 45 furnished rooms with ½ baths and common shower areas. Three meals are served daily from our home-style kitchen and served by our friendly staff. Weekly housekeeping and laundry services are also provided. Lovely yards and courtyards make for enjoyable get - togethers and create a sense of community. We have residents who have lived here for decades and others that need a place to start over, staying only a few months. Our motto is, "Do Some Good" and is something we see our residents and community do daily!

 

Some of our residents and staff at The Good Samaritan Home!

BOARD OF DIRECTORS:

Jack Moore, President
Bill Neely, Vice-President
Will Anderson, Treasurer
Julie Zicaro, Secretary

Nick Drake
Susie Bellini-Riley
Mae Purves
Laine Moore
David McKellip
Mike Flowers