New resident moves in at 103

A 103-year-old woman has become one the new residents at a recently opened aged care wing.

Ms Nancye Williams has moved into Pozieres House at Peninsula Village in Umina.
A big change for Nancye who has moved to the beautiful Central Coast from sunny
She moved from Sawtell on the Mid North Coast to be closer to her family.
Ms Williams has two daughters, four grandchildren and seven great grandchildren.
Peninsula Village chief executive Mr Shane Neaves said: “Nancye has had a good life that and is pleased to move to the sunny Central Coast.
“She met her future husband, Dale Williams, before the War and he was posted overseas with the army to Singapore.
“They kept in touch and married in 1946 and lived in Manly.
“Many happy years were spent in the area and days at the beach were a favourite outing with their children.
“After their daughters moved and married, the love of travel took over their later years and they had many trips to Europe.
“After moving to Carlingford and then Sawtell and losing her beloved Dale, at her 103rd birthday, it was decided she needed supported care and Pozieres House was chosen close to family.
“Her seven great grandchildren will soon be able to see Great Nan a lot more.”
Social media, 15 Sep 2020
Shane Neaves, Peninsula Villages

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