Greenville senior housing development renamed for its founder
By MEGHAN PIERCE Union Leader Correspondent
GREENVILLE — Greenville Falls, a 70-unit affordable housing development for seniors on Main Street, was renamed on Friday in honor of its founder Ronald A. Philbrick. “He was so instrumental in bringing this about we decided to have this renamed for him,” said former housing manager of the building Nancy Garland at a party with residents on Friday after the dedication. At the party, Southern New Hampshire Services staff as well as residents of the building shared stories about Philbrick, his humor and dedication to the elderly. Philbrick’s family — including his widow, Jean Philbrick of Milford, his son Ron Philbrick Jr. of Weare and daughter Laurie Caruso of Greenland — also attended the dedication. READ MORE.