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Fabulous Sunday Brunch
August 06, 2017

For residents at Stonebridge Sunday Brunch is a way of life—the good life! It’s a gastronomical adventure with fresh seasonal selections, palate-pleasing favorites and irresistible delights offered from 11:30 am to 2:00 pm on Sunday’s in the main dining room.


Serving a plethora of food including a charcuterie board, smoked white fish and smoked salmon, there’s also a chef-attended omelet station and waffle station. Each week a special chef-carved meat station is featured too. A great time for residents and family members to gather socially, there are musical performances on occasion in the Club House living room and outside on the new patio overlooking the Great Lawn.


Led by Executive Chef, Paul Robinson and Dining Services Director, Edward Chapman, the Stonebridge culinary team is committed to innovative, ever-changing menus, fresh, locally sourced ingredients and preparation that allows flavors to shine.

Come for a visit and experience the full flavors of life at Stonebridge at Montgomery!

Dance Marathon and Bake Sale
June 28, 2017

On June 21, community members of Stonebridge held not one but two fantastic fundraising events in honor of the "Longest Day" that supports the Alzheimer’s Association.

With lots of swagger, residents and staff members hit the dance floor strutting their stuff at a Dance Marathon held in the community Clubhouse.

Dance Marathon

After working out on the dance floor community members indulged in yummy goodies at their Bake Sale. The community raised over $800 for the Alzheimer’s Association. Congratulations Stonebridge—Fun ways to raise Funds!

Anthony A. Argondizza Promoted to CEO of Springpoint
June 01, 2017

Anthony Argondizza

Springpoint today announced the promotion of Anthony A. Argondizza to CEO effective July 1, 2017. A recognized leader in the senior housing industry, Mr. Argondizza succeeds Gary T. Puma, who is retiring from Springpoint after 39 years of service.

Anthony A. Argondizza, who has served as President since September 2016, was elected by the Springpoint Senior Living Board of Trustees. In his new role as CEO and President, Mr. Argondizza will navigate the company along its growth path, pursue further business development opportunities and oversee the company’s entire portfolio of senior housing and service brands under Springpoint Senior Living. Both Anthony A. Argondizza and Gary T. Puma have worked together over the past ten months to transfer all remaining responsibilities in anticipation of Mr. Puma’s retirement, July 1, 2017.

Mr. Argondizza first joined Springpoint in 1994 as Administrator and Assistant Executive Director at Crestwood Manor, a Springpoint Senior Living continuing care retirement community in Whiting, NJ. He was appointed Vice President of CCRC Operations in 2001, Vice President of Operations in 2006, Senior Vice President in 2010, Chief Operating Officer in 2012 and Executive Vice President in 2014. In 2016, he was appointed President. Mr. Argondizza earned his MBA in Business Administration from Fairleigh Dickinson University and maintains his New Jersey Nursing Home Administrator license.

Older Americans Month 2017: Age Out Loud
May 02, 2017

Getting older doesn’t mean what it used to. For many aging Americans, it is a phase of life where interests, goals, and dreams can get a new or second start. Today, aging is about eliminating outdated perceptions and living the way that suits you best.

Take Barbara Hillary, for example. A nurse for 55 years who dreamed of travel, at age 75 Hillary became the first African American woman to set foot on the North Pole. In 2011, at age 79, she set another first when she stepped onto the South Pole. Former president George H.W. Bush celebrated his 90th birthday by skydiving. Actress Betty White, now 95 years old, became the oldest person to host Saturday Night Live in 2010, coincidentally during May—the same month recognized as Older Americans Month (OAM).

Since 1963, OAM has been a time to celebrate older Americans, their stories, and their contributions. Led by the Administration for Community Living (ACL), the annual observance offers a special opportunity to learn about, support, and recognize our nation’s older citizens. This year’s theme, “Age Out Loud,” emphasizes the ways older adults are living their lives with boldness, confidence, and passion while serving as an inspiration to people of all ages.

Stonebridge at Montgomery is committed to supporting older adults as they take charge of their health, explore new opportunities and activities, and focus on independence. We encourage you to join us in celebrating older americans not only in the month of May but all year long, every day!

Springpoint Adds Affiliates, Extending Service Beyond New Jersey
March 27, 2017

Springpoint today announced that Cadbury Senior Lifestyles has agreed to become an affiliate of Springpoint Senior Living. Springpoint will assume management and oversight of a continuing care retirement community in Lewes, Delaware, and the Cadbury Senior Lifestyles at Home program on or about May 1, subject to regulatory approvals.

“This affiliation marks a historic milestone for Springpoint as we extend our service area beyond the bounds of New Jersey and expand our portfolio to include an innovative program known as “CCRC Without Walls,” said Anthony Argondizza, President of Springpoint Senior Living. “We are confident that adding Cadbury Senior Lifestyles to our family and expanding our geographic reach will position us for continued success in the future.”

Based in Cherry Hill, New Jersey, Cadbury Senior Lifestyles is a nonprofit organization that currently operates a continuing care retirement community in Lewes, Delaware, offering 130 independent living apartments and cottages, 45 assisted living and 40 skilled nursing beds. Cadbury also offers Cadbury Senior Lifestyles at Home, an award-winning “CCRC Without Walls” membership program, that provides personalized care management and in-home services that allow seniors to stay in their homes. In all, Cadbury has nearly 200 employees and 447 residents and clients who will become part of the Springpoint family.

“Being part of a multi-site organization provides resources, support and innovative programs that are becoming more difficult for smaller organizations to fund and manage,” said Victor D. Amey, President and CEO of Cadbury Senior Lifestyles. “Springpoint has an impressive track record of successful affiliations and a strong commitment to excellence. Their mission and culture are most compatible with ours, making them uniquely qualified to ensure the continued success of Cadbury.”

This affiliation is consistent with Springpoint’s key strategic initiative to pursue smart growth opportunities, allowing Springpoint to expand and meet the changing needs of seniors and their families. Springpoint currently operates seven continuing care retirement communities, 19 affordable housing communities and a home care division in New Jersey. Springpoint Senior Living represents 26 communities in New Jersey and serves nearly 4,000 senior residents and employs over 2,000 people.