Following its recent purchase by Artegan, Pacific Pointe Retirement Inn is being rebranded as King City Senior Village, and it has a new executive director.
Making the first name change to the property in more than 15 years, the new King City Senior Village owners want to add to the building enthusiasm for many updates and enhancements coming to the property.
This name change comes after the retirement of longtime Executive Director Cheryl Nylund. After being with the company through several management and name changes, Nylund wants to spend time pursuing her other passions as well as spending time with her family. During her 27-year tenure, Pacific Pointe enjoyed an excellent reputation for its family-like atmosphere and community involvement, and for promoting the independence of its residents.
Stepping into the role of executive director at King City Senior Village is Layton Eversaul, who is a nine-year veteran of the senior living field. Eversaul has been with Vancouver Pointe, a sister Artegan property, for the past three years, most recently serving as assistant executive director
Eversaul brings a passion for the Artegan mission of promoting the art of celebrating life. He embraces the close-knit atmosphere of the staff and residents of King City Senior Village, and he looks forward to guiding the community into the future as the remodeling of the King City Senior Village campus gets underway.
"I came into a beautiful community, and I look forward to becoming a part of it," Eversaul said of King City Senior Village.
King City Senior Village has been a member of the King City community since 1985, providing caring, 24-hour staff as well as meals, activities, transportation and housekeeping to its residents while giving back to the community through fundraising and educational and fun events.