Experience Rolla Presbyterian Manor
Rolla Presbyterian Manor occupies eight beautifully landscaped acres at the edge of Ber Juan Park in the east-central part of the city. As a not-for-profit continuing care retirement community, Presbyterian Manor offers the flexibility to meet our residents’ needs as they evolve.
Accommodations range from one-bedroom apartments to one-and-two-bedroom cottages with carports. Residents enjoy an array of amenities including restaurant-style dining, beauty salon, library, multi-purpose/community room and “pet friendly” accommodations for independent living residents.
Our location adjacent to Ber Juan Park affords residents easy access to nearly 85 acres of open grassland, walking trails, picnic shelters, and top of the line recreational and meeting facilities including the Holloway House senior center.
Our residents play a role in shaping the lifestyle at Rolla Presbyterian Manor. They are represented by the elected members of our resident council. Its purpose is to provide a means for all residents to share ideas, concerns and suggestions with administration and department directors. The council underscores the residents’ responsibility for their own well-being and upholds resident rights.
Members of our resident council are:
- Betty Hodge, Resident Council President
- Mary Ellen Bailey, Vice-President
- Leland Womack, Secretary/Treasurer
- Elizabeth Lorey, reserve Officer
Since its founding in 1949, our parent company, Presbyterian Manors of Mid-America, has grown to become one of the nation’s top 20 largest non-profit senior living organizations serving more than 2,500 residents in 17 Missouri and Kansas communities.