Waltonwood Ashburn’s grand opening event featured an official ribbon cutting, and speakers, including Congresswoman Barbara Comstock, Virginia’s 10thCongressional District; Saab Grewal, vice president of Singh Development, parent company of Waltonwood Ashburn; and Justin Roberts, executive director of Waltonwood Ashburn. All guests had the chance to enjoy live music performance by Swing Shift DC, which is an 18-piece Big Band. The Waltonwood Ashburn culinary team provided delicious appetizers.
Waltonwood Ashburn is family owned and operated senior living community and provides a full continuum of care which enables seniors to age in place. From independent living to assisted living to memory care, residents and families have peace of mind in knowing that they have access to different levels of living all on one campus. The community has 114 independent living apartments, 72 assisted living apartments and 27 memory care apartments. The senior living community is a true part of the neighborhood and Ashburn. The team has already hosted many different events, including a food pantry drive, a bingo fundraiser for the Alzheimer’s Association, making meals for local firefighter appreciation and a Halloween Extravaganza for area families. These initiatives are a perfect example of the many ways Waltonwood Ashburn is involved in the local community.
Ribbon cutting (left to right): Mark Frazier, WW Marking Manager; Saab Grewel, Director of Asset Management; Barbara Comstock, Virginia 10th District Congresswoman; Jeat Grewal, Director of Development; Grafton deButts, Loudoun County Chamber; Steven Tyska, WW Director of Operations; Don Nagley, Future Resident of WW; Buddy Rizer, Executive Director for Loudoun County's Department of Economic Development; Ron Meyer, Broad Run District Supervisor; Justin Roberts, WW Executive Director; Randy LeMaster, WW Regional Director of Operations; Michelle Rogers, WW Marketing Manager.