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The Western Massachusetts Pioneer in Senior Living

How To Afford A Retirement Community

... and protect your nest egg
Please be Our Guest
For This Special Event


Please join us for a special financial presentation by local attorney Hyman G. Darling, and stay for lunch and a tour of Loomis Village. Discover the host of amenities, services and activities that enable residents to enjoy an affordable, carefree and exceptional retirement lifestyle, including interior and exterior home maintenance, flexible dining, and access to multiple health care options should your needs change in the future - from home care to assisted living to nursing care.

 Learn more about:

  • Entrance Fees: Did you know that an entrance fee community can be less expensive than a rental-only option? Compared to some rental choices, Loomis Village residents pay $700 - $1,000 less per month. Find out how.
  • The advantage of residency in a not-for-profit community.
  • Much, much more!

“How to Afford a Retirement Community”

Featuring Attorney Hyman G. Darling


11:00 a.m.
Lunch will be served following the presentation.

20 Bayon Drive, South Hadley, MA 01075

RSVP to Denise at (413) 588-5102 or
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Attorney Hyman G. Darling is a partner in the Western Massachusetts firm of Bacon Wilson, P.C., where he has practiced since 1981. He concentrates in the areas of Trusts, Estates, Taxes, Estate Planning, Probate, Guardianships, Special Needs and Elder Law. Prior to joining the firm, he was a Trust Officer. Attorney Darling has been a frequent presenter for both MCLE and the Massachusetts Bar Association as well as speaking for many Springfield civic and professional groups. He also has spoken for NAELA at several conferences both locally and nationally. He is also an adjunct faculty member at Western New England College – School of Law and Bay Path College. Attorney Darling is a member of the Special Needs Alliance, is on the board of NAELA, and is a member of many local planned giving committees.