About


Pine Village was established in 1958 as Memorial Home; a non-profit continuing care retirement community.  Sponsored by 10 area churches, Pine Village offers a Christian, caring campus where elders can relax, enjoy and live the life they want!

General Information

Campus Walking Path

The forty-acre Pine Village campus includes a 60-bed health care neighborhood, 19 assisted living apartments, a 14-bed memory care neighborhood, 19 independent living apartment-homes, and 55 independent living homes, is home to more than 200 residents.

Pine Village is a person-centered care home, and strives to care of the whole person- body, mind and spirit. With the primary goal of keeping residents safe, Pine Village works with residents and families individually to determine resident preferences and do our best to uphold those.

Pine Village Board of Directors

Bruce Stucky, President                 Craig Miller, Vice President
Ron Auernheimer, Treasurer       Cindy Bartell, Secretary
Brion Fensky                                    Jodi Gingerich
Ken Neufeld                                     Erin Rosfeld
Dave Wedel                                      Richard Zerger

History

Katie Krehbiel

Pine Village, formally Memorial Home, began as a personal gift of land by Katie Krehbiel who knew after becoming seriously ill, that she could no longer go back to her own home to live alone. She and her family searched for a nursing home but there were no available openings. A relative of Katie’s had some years before suggesting to her that the home place would be a fine location for older people. Now out of her own frustrations and fears, Katie became personally aware of the need of such special housing. In her will, Katie bequeathed 80 acres and the improvements on it to the Western District Conference of the General Conference Mennonite Church for the purpose of establishing a home for the aged as a memorial to her parents. And after some time had passed, the work began, garnering support from the Moundridge community and area churches. Many times in the early beginnings, Psalm 71:9 was quoted frequently: “Cast me not off in the time of old age; forsake me not when my strength faileth.” The tone was somber, but the duty was clear.

As the history continues to unfold, Pine Village provides an important service to those people who choose to reside and receive care within our facilities.

Click here to see a map of the campus.

 

About the Community

Pine Village is located in a rural setting less than one mile south of Moundridge, Kansas. Nestled just off of I-135, Moundridge offers relaxed, small town daily living, but a quick 10-45 minute drive to big city amenities. To serve the community at large, the City of Moundridge has a medical clinic with four physicians, a privately owned 27-bed hospital located near the clinic, an active ambulance service to serve its medical needs, a fire department, a dental clinic, banking services, a public library, coffee shop, restaurants, and the best hardware store for miles around!

Plus, Moundridge is located in the heart of the southern medical hub for the state of Kansas as there are more than five major medical facilities less than 45 minutes away.

Visit the City of Moundridge Web site at www.moundridge.com or its Facebook page to learn more about opportunities and services available to those who choose to become part of the Pine Village community.