Dallas Retirement Village

Dallas Retirement Village first started in 1947 when a small church bought a small yellow house to serve as a care center for aging adults. Originally it was called Dallas Home for the Aged, but when they opened an independent living apartment in 1995 it came to be called the name we know, Dallas Retirement Village. They have continued to grow around the needs of the community and recently opened The Lodge Residences, and Clubhouse in 2017. Just in time to celebrate their 70th anniversary.

Staying true to their roots as a charitable mission designed to serve the needs of the seniors, they have remained a not-for-profit community. Their mission remains; to provide a continuum of quality services and care to meet the physical, emotional and spiritual needs of their residents with dignity and respect.

Dallas Retirement Village does not restrict this mission statement to just our senior citizens though. Currently they are offering regular courses such as the ongoing CNA course designed to meet the current demands. Annually they award a scholarship designed to encourage employees and students to continue working to improve in their professional field.

Their team of compassionate employees also reflect this vision. If you like coffee and have lived in Dallas for any amount of time, you know this face, Mary Sue Schroeder. Mary Sue was the manager of the first Starbucks to grace Dallas. She kept everyone smiling and caffeinated for 10 years working at the Starbucks located inside Safeway. If you have been missing this smiling face, you now know where to find her! She’s making her delicious drinks at The Lodge. She is an excellent asset to the already amazing team at Dallas Retirement Village.

On behalf of our community, thank you Dallas Retirement Village.