People on the Move – Chuck Thornton, Seabury at Friendship Terrace

Seabury Resources for Aging has named Chuck Thornton as Director of Marketing and Admissions at Seabury at Friendship Terrace.  Located in Northwest Washington, Friendship Terrace offers affordable retirement living in a delightful residential neighborhood.   Amenities include a wellness center, full activities program, on site dining, and local transportation. 

Thornton was most recently Director of Marketing and Admissions at Seabury at Springvale Terrace in Silver Spring, Maryland, and had assisted at Seabury at Friendship Terrace prior to that appointment.   

Thornton is joining Friendship Terrace just as it has completed an extensive $5.2 million renovation of its 180 apartments and public areas.  “Seabury at Friendship Terrace is an incredible, not-for-profit senior community that is beautiful and so convenient to restaurants, shopping, banking and the Tenleytown Metro Station, “said Thornton, ”I look forward to welcoming residents to this exciting senior living opportunity!”

Thornton began his affiliation with Coordinated Services Management (CSM) in 2007, opening Chesterbrook Residences in Falls Church, Virginia.   CSM manages Seabury Resources for Aging’s senior living communities and welcomes Thornton to his new role at Friendship Terrace.  Thornton’s prior career was in radio broadcasting management and marketing

 Thornton is recognized as a leader in creating energizing senior living programs,  Seabury at Friendship Terrace is located at 4201 Butterworth Place NW in Washington, D.C., phone 202-244-7400.

 Seabury Resources for Aging provides personalized, affordable services and housing options to help older adults in the greater Washington, DC area live with independence and dignity.   In addition  to affordable senior living communities, Seabury offers care management services, congregational resources, the Age-In-Place volunteer program and comprehensive services for those 60 and older in Washington DC’s Ward 5 in partnership with the DC Office on Aging. 

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