Mission Statement
Mission Statement

Sunshine Retirement Living manages retirement communities throughout the Unites States, offering senior apartments, independent living, assisted living and memory care. Our mission is to be the preferred senior living provider offering value


Communities Offer a Safer, More Engaging Environment than in-Home Care

Perhaps the time has come when you’ve decided to look for in-home care, assisted living, or a memory care facility for your loved one. Today’s Read More

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Community Living Can Better Suit Memory Care Needs Than In-Home Options

Seniors today have more choices than ever when it comes to retirement living. And for those experiencing the beginning of memory challenges, and for their Read More

Sunshine Residents find 7th Annual Wellness Month is the Perfect Fit

Wellness – noun, the state of being in good health, especially as an actively pursued goal. Centuries ago, early explorers spent the better part of Read More

Assisted Living in Evans: Caring for Residents Mind, Body, and Soul

Marshall Pines Plans Wellness Events for Residents to Enjoy

Hollywood has done quite the job giving the public the impression that assisted living facilities are routine, ho-hum, and boring for residents. When many people Read More

Assisted Living in Tucson Includes Experiencing the Outdoors

Copper Canyon Schedules a Full Slate of Activities to Celebrate Wellness Month

Arizona’s “dry heat” is famous—or infamous, depending on how you feel about it. Even in January, the coldest month of the year, the average daily Read More

Key Differences Between Personal Care, Memory Care, and Assisted Living

Perhaps you’ve woken up and realized that it’s time. Time to seek out options that better nurture your loved one’s physical, emotional, and cognitive health Read More

Plan Ahead to Get All The Information You Need

When it comes to choosing a retirement community, one of the most important steps is the community tour, which gives you the opportunity to interview Read More


Not All senior Living Communities are Created Equal

The Woods at Merrimack Retirement Community, located near the beautiful Merrimack Valley Golf Club, opens early in 2020 and boasts one of the most impressive Read More


Residents Enjoy Outdoor Pools and More

Seniors face a number of barriers when it comes to their health and wellness: achy joints, poor mobility, and imbalance make it challenging to do Read More

Recognizing Cognitive Decline in Your Friend or Family Member

Alzheimer’s disease is the leading cause of dementia, affecting 5.7 million Americans today and as many as 14 million by 2050. The onset of Alzheimer’s Read More

Moon Landing Anniversary Stirs Celebrations, Brings Back Fond Memories

Have you been enjoying the full moon this week? It’s as if the big white orb in the sky is saying, “Hey Earth, what’s going Read More

Reno Memory Care Team Q&A: How to Know if It's Alzheimer's Disease?

The most common differences between natural aging and Alzheimer’s disease

As your loved one ages, it’s common to notice some changes in memory and cognitive function; perhaps they struggle to recall the name of a grandchild or miss an eye appointment. But how do you know whether these changes are part of the normal aging process or an indication of something more serious, like Alzheimer’s disease?

How Our Memory Care in Beachwood Improves Resident Well-Being

Windsor Heights offers cutting-edge memory care programs

The team at Windsor Heights in Beachwood sets the bar high when it comes to memory care. Specifically, it is their life’s work to ensure that those with dementia are afforded the same compassionate, luxurious retirement experience as their peers. Here’s how they do it.

How Our Tucson Memory Care Facility Beats the Heat of the Summer

Memory Care Residents at Higher Risk of Heat Injuries

The sun burns a little hotter in Tucson than it does in most places, which means enjoying the summer sun requires a little more planning for us than it does for other folks. Here’s how we’ve been beating the heat this summer while still enjoying time outdoors.

North Shore residents gain access to unprecedented retirement living

If you’ve been looking for modern, luxurious retirement in the beautiful setting of Boston’s North Shore, The Woods at Merrimack is answering the call in Read More


Luis Serrano | President & CEO

As President of Sunshine Retirement Living, Mr. Serrano is focused on corporate strategy and development, acquisitions, strategic partnerships and special projects. Mr. Serrano is also Read More

Dick Glaunert | Chief Happiness Officer

Dick Glaunert is known as “Mr. Sunshine” to all of our Sunshine residents. As Chief Happiness Officer, Mr. Glaunert makes resident satisfaction his top priority, Read More

James Matthews | Chairman

Mr. Matthews has over 25 years experience in accounting, finance and taxation, including 10 years in the senior housing and property management fields. He has Read More

May Sunshine Hasso | Founder

Ms. Hasso passed in 2015 and will be forever missed by all those whose lives she helped change for the better. Sunshine Retirement Living continues Read More


“You have to be able to laugh. I’m still the Hat Lady here.” – Elizabeth Adams, 93

“I’m most proud of my children and I always insisted they do their best.” – William Pendarvis, 89

“I was far too young, but it was love at first sight. We were married for 62 years, and we were always together.” – June Tyrell, 87

“You know, you make a few mistakes, but you look back on them and you know that with the information you had, it was the thing to do.” – Harold Vrono, 92

“I’m a very social person, and I feel lucky to have had friends and two beautiful men in my life.” – Johnye (“Johnny”) Culler, 88