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Moving Towards Our Future

The goal of the 728 Project is to make a significant investment in the Quincy community for a new Sunset Senior Living facility to provide unmatched care options. A Capital Campaign is coming down the road, and will greatly enhance this exciting renovation and expansion of services for our families, neighbors, friends, and community.

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Sunset Senior Living hosted an event to kick off the silent phase of the 728 Project – our Capital Campaign. We’re grateful for the opportunity to share more about the project. Thank you to our board members and campaign volunteers for all their efforts to help us reach this phase and we look forward to…

Sunset Home plans expansion set for 2022

As part of our a campus renovation plan, we created a capital campaign 728 Project to raise at least $5 million for a much needed expansion plan to include construction of a 106-bed skilled nursing facility across the street from our current location at 418 Washington. Sunset Home looking to raise $5 million to build…

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Our History

For over 130 years Sunset Home has served the Quincy and surrounding community with safe skilled nursing care, rehabilitative services, and love for our residents. As we plan a bright future for our resident family it is time for us to move into a new phase of our history with new facilities, enhanced rehabilitation, with amenities and a continuum of care unmatched by other facilities in our area.

  • Original Sunset Home Building

    1889

    Charles & Augusta Pfeiffer open Altenheim "Old People's Home" in their home at 418 Washington

  • Sunset Home - 1968 Building

    1900

    West wing added

  • 1927 Sunset Home East Wing

    1927

    East wing added

  • 1957 First Infirmary Sunset Home

    1957

    First infirmary unit added

  • Sunset Home in 1971

    1971

    Addition of therapy gym, linen room, craft room, chapel, beauty parlor, and beauty shop

  • Sunset Villas in 1980s

    1980

    Sunset Villas added to the campus to add independent living

  • New Bed Care Unit in 2001

    2001

    Addition of 43 bed specialized care unit

  • 728 Project Rendering

    2021

    Campaign begins to raise funds for construction of new building at 728 South Fourth Street

  • Original Sunset Home Building

    1889

    Charles & Augusta Pfeiffer open Altenheim "Old People's Home" in their home at 418 Washington

  • Sunset Home - 1968 Building

    1900

    West wing added

  • 1927 Sunset Home East Wing

    1927

    East wing added

  • 1957 First Infirmary Sunset Home

    1957

    First infirmary unit added

  • Sunset Home in 1971

    1971

    Addition of therapy gym, linen room, craft room, chapel, beauty parlor, and beauty shop

  • Sunset Villas in 1980s

    1980

    Sunset Villas added to the campus to add independent living

  • New Bed Care Unit in 2001

    2001

    Addition of 43 bed specialized care unit

  • 728 Project Rendering

    2021

    Campaign begins to raise funds for construction of new building at 728 South Fourth Street

The New Sunset Home Senior Living Community Includes

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bed new skilled nursing facility

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renovated assisted living apartments

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new assisted living apartments

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new independent living duplex/patio homes

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existing villa condominium units and Sunset Apartments at 8th and Broadway

Our Vision

Our vision is to invest over $25 Million in Quincy for a facility providing unmatched care options, and a portion of this investment will need to come from our community. Sunset Senior Living will be asking you to support this exciting renovation and expansion of services for our families, neighbors, friends, and community.

A Facility Like No Other

Our new facility will provide a beautiful anchor for continued development of the Sunset campus, with breathtaking views of our riverfront and the beautiful Quincy Bayview Bridge, and expanded activities for residents. This project will add to the already planned Riverfront Development Project.

The Time is Now

It's time for a new facility and updates to our Campus. As we have grown to meet the needs of our community, improvements have mostly meant additions and expansions. The current facility has expanded over the years, but is no longer efficiently serving the needs of our residents and staff. The current layout makes it difficult to utilize and inefficient.

A Capital Campaign of $5 Million Would Enable Our Vision

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for spacious rooms providing privacy and convenience

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enhanced rehabilitation services

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for safe and secure meeting areas for family and friends
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in needs have been identified to assist Sunset Home in providing all levels of care on one campus - independent living, assisted living, short term rehabilitation, skilled nursing and expanded activities for residents
Sunset Future Map

Board of Directors

Clara Ehrhart, President
Darin Prost, Vice President
Blake Mock, Treasurer
Eric Meyer, Secretary
Matt Ehrhart, Past President
Michael Purol
Kurt Stuckman

Carol Brockmiller
David Penn
Tim Tranor
Melissa Sorrill
Ron Frericks
Rev. Patty Johansen

Community Supporters

Phillip Conover, Past President, QU
Mike Elbe, President, JWCC
Harry Marcionetti, VP, Knapheide
Denette Kuhlman, Former President, Sunset Home Board