Resident Spotlight – Salvador of Carlton Fremont
Carlton Senior Living Blog | April 25, 2021

Resident Spotlight - Salvador of Carlton Fremont

Salvador was born in San Jose, California and grew up in Union City. Some of his favorite childhood memories are playing sports – especially baseball, football, and basketball. While in the US Army, Salvador married his first wife and they were together for 29 years. Salvador was previously a union plumber in the Bay Area. When he was just 20 years old, he supervised a crew of 15 plumbers Salvador met his second wife on a blind date and the couple got married only one month later. He and his second wife were together for 10 years. Salvador enjoys traveling and going on cruises, finding restaurants in San Francisco, and going to casinos. At Ca …

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Resident Spotlight – Katherine Tuttle of Carlton Elk Grove
Carlton Senior Living Blog | April 18, 2021

Resident Spotlight - Katherine Tuttle of Carlton Elk Grove

Katherine Marie Tuttle was born on February 19, 1937 in Texarkana, Arkansas. She is the oldest of six children. Her father was a sharecropper and they lived on a farm. In February 1947, her family moved to California. Katherine met Bill at church in California, and they got married on August 14, 1954 in Reno, Nevada. The Tuttles had two daughters, Gwen and Jeanne. Jeanne, unfortunately, passed away from ALS in 2012. They also have 4 grandchildren and 4 ½ great-grandchildren (one is on the way.) Katherine worked for the State of California under the Department of Developmental Services for 28 years. Katherine’s hobbies are reading, coloring, a …

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“An American Childhood an Ocean Away: The Story of Carlton Sisters Claudia Cook and Cindy Tilton,” by Harriett Burt
Carlton Senior Living | April 10, 2021

“An American Childhood an Ocean Away: The Story of Carlton Sisters Claudia Cook and Cindy Tilton,” by Harriett Burt

All of us, whether we think so or not, have lives or parts thereof that are interesting to others. For most, it is something in our adult years that commands attention. But Claudia Cook and Cindy Tilton’s childhoods stand out compared to most of the rest of us because they grew up often outside of their native land. Their father, Claude Turner, Jr., was born in south-central Oklahoma in 1920 where his family owned a cattle ranch. Going to college in 1937, Mr. Turner joined the Army Air Corps in 1939 which became a separate branch of the military, the United States Air Force, at the end of World War II. Mr. Turner’s love of flying and his abil …

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Orangevale Residents Enjoy a Delightful Easter Dinner

Orangevale Residents Enjoy a Delightful Easter Dinner

Chef Conrad delighted residents of Carlton Senior Living Orangevale with a delicious spring-inspired meal this Easter. The menu featured creamy carrot soup, roasted lamb, seared salmon and Chocolate Decadence, which every-bunny loved! Tables set with crisp linens and spring flowers made this special occasion all the more momentous as residents enjoyed dining together as a community once again after a long hiatus. Spring is known as a time of new beginnings and we’re very excited for all the beautiful changes happening at Carlton Orangevale this season. With renovations to the main dining room already underway, we hope to host a grand opening …

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