Below are links to features that have included The Springs Living communities
Medford Mail Tribune, February 14, 2015 She Needed Time to Think After 23 years together, local couple weds on Valentine's day.
Harriet Ferguson and Jerry Lambo, now in their 70s, have been together since they met in 1992. They've been best friends since the beginning, but it wasn't until recently that Ferguson, who is facing a terminal cancer diagnosis, proposed to Lambo. Read more
Strategize Magazine, Winter 2014 issue: The Springs Living creates better senior communities for aging population (see pages 48-49)
Fee Stubblefield explains why he built his first senior living community and how and why he continues to develop caring places to live and work.
Portland Family Magazine, Love The Second Time Around, December 2015
Two people meet at The Springs at Carman Oaks, and find a second chance at love and living life to its fullest.
Empower Radio, Simple Steps for Real Life interview with Fee Stubblefield, October 2014
Does your mom or dad realize they need help but you don't know what is available let alone what's important in considering their care? Do you watch your elders age and hope (and pray) that when you get to that age you'll live with dignity? In this show Cheryl welcomes Fee Stubblefield, Founder of The Springs Living. Listen to the show.
Lake Oswego, Oregon August 27, 2014, Lake Oswego Review - The Springs Completes Major Facelift
The project, with oversight from Todd Construction, combined the comfort and convenience of a resort with the friendliness of an old-fashioned neighborhood, turning senior living into a resort-like experience.
The newly renovated property includes a swimming pool and spa, outdoor gardens featuring rose, herb and vegetable patches, an onsite pub, wellness and fitness areas and a theater. A new deck with covered seating, fireplace and grill area has easy access to and from the dining area.
The Springs at Carman Oaks is located at 3800 Carman Drive in Lake Oswego.
Environments for Aging - The Springs at Carman Oaks Unveils Completed Renovation Project
The Springs Living has unveiled its newly renovated property in the Lake Oswego, Ore., neighborhood.
The project at The Springs at Carman Oaks, with oversight from Todd Construction, combines the comfort and convenience of a resort with the friendliness of an old-fashioned neighborhood, turning senior living into a resort-like experience.
Highlights of the remodel include a renovated restaurant-style dining area with new ceiling and custom lighting; a new deck with covered seating, fireplace, grilling area, and easy access to and from the dining area; and a new reception and office area, including a center fireplace.
Whitefish, MT August 6, 2014
Earliest Whitefish High School alumni attend All Class Reunion. Read article.
Medford, Ore. -- Two Medford retirement communities now have new owners.
Mcminnville-based "Springs Living" bought Veranda Park and Anna Maria Creekside for $51.1-million.
Fee Stubblefield, the owner of "Springs Living," says some changes will be made but he hopes to keep the culture of the communities intact "The changes that are going to happen here are going to be additive and enhancing, and are going to create a better quality of life for the residents."
"Springs Living" will take over management and operations of both complexes on July first.
The owner of Greer Gardens and The Springs Living have proposed to build a senior living community on what is now the Greer Gardens nursery of Goodpasture Island Road in Eugene, Oregon.