Our Lady of the Valley

Our Residents

Friendly, welcoming, and uniquely individual are how we would describe residents at Our Lady of the Valley, a senior living community in Roanoke. They are engaged and living life to the fullest, on their own terms. You will know they are friendly because of their smiles. You will know they are welcoming when they invite you to join them. And you will know how unique they are when they share their stories with you; tell you about their background, and what inspires them personally about life at Our Lady of the Valley. The family atmosphere here is very powerful and easy to embrace. We invite you to meet some of these residents.

Meet Our Residents

Thalia JonesResident since 2011

Everyone who works at Our Lady of the Valley is friendly, well-informed, and helpful.

Gertrude BayseResident since 2010, with her daughter, Elaine Hale

The people here make you feel at home. They’re so loving and kind. We’re all on a first name basis. I wouldn’t change anything about this place!

Gladys Lightpictured with her daughter, Susan

If I was telling someone about Our Lady of the Valley, I would say it's the best place that I know they could be.  They couldn't find a better place.  When the weather is nice, I really enjoy sitting on the porch and watching people come and go.  I just love it here.

Jerome HallOur Lady of the Valley resident

I have been very social with others since moving to Our Lady of the Valley - I love talking to everyone!  I really enjoy bingo and all the musical activities the community offers.  It is a great place to live and the staff are excellent!

Howard WeaverResident since 2010

I would prescribe Our Lady of the Valley to anybody, any age. You don't have to be real old to come here — you can come here if you're young!

Thelma AttallaResident since 2010, with her neighbor, friend, and brother, Victor Atalla

The people here have been so nice to us. And if we ask any questions, they are able to give us the right answer. Everybody is helpful, everybody is friendly. Our Lady of the Valley is like one big, happy family.