Spend some time with Margaret Dimick and you’ll be on the receiving end of kindness, warmth, and optimism. In her nearly 94-years Margaret has traveled to many states and counts Rhode Island and Florida as two of her favorite locales. Best known around Village Green for her thoughtful articles on new residents, she appreciates the opportunity to welcome others to the community. “Every person has such a diverse life and it’s fun to get to know them,” said Margaret.
Some of Margaret’s most vivid experiences occurred when her family moved to England for ten years. As a proud veteran of World War II in the Women’s Land Army, she worked on a dairy farm for a year and, later, lent her talents to the effort in horticulture. Newly married in 1944, Margaret and her husband frequently traveled due to his position in the Air Force.
As a court reporter for over 25 years, Margaret also used her skills as a CEO’s assistant and a librarian. Reading is one of her many interests with biographies, detective novels and historical works enriching her days. Fun outings with friends, church, and decaf cappuccinos at the Village Green Juice Bar are favorite pleasures. “I like to stay positive and see the bright side of life,” said Margaret. Thanks, Margaret, for your optimism and contributions at Village Green!