Newly remodeled in 1999 McCormick Memorial Home now offers residents private rooms with private baths. Each resident may personalize his or her own bright, clean and comfortable rooms. Housekeeping and laundry services are provided.
Sarah and Amelia McCormick established McCormick Memorial Home in 1919 in honor of their brother, Michel J. McCormick, founder of Northern Paper Mills. The McCormick sisters dreamed of founding a home for the elderly who wished to spend their retirement years in a quiet, peaceful setting. Their dream came true when the home opened in April 1921. The home has been managed by the Green Bay Catholic Diocese since its opening.
McCormick Memorial Home Residents Are People Who:
* Are Individuals or Couples Over 60 Years of Age
* Are Able to Walk Unassisted or with the Help of a Cane or Walker
* Possess Self-Care Skills
* Desire Companionship and Security in a Comfortable Home-Like Atmosphere
* Need Some Assistance in Caring for Themselves