providing residents with a beautiful & comfortable place to live, along with the daily care and assistance they require.


Copperfield Hill is and always has been family owned and operated. In fact, family is part of our foundation because founder Darrel Farr built Copperfield Hill for his mother, Elva.

Click here to read Elva's Story - and learn more about our history and evolution of Copperfield Hill.

Below, Copperfield Hill founder, Darrel Farr, describes how Copperfield Hill came to be and what it means to him and the entire Darrel Farr family. 

When I started building and operating residential and commercial property in 1961, senior communities were not a common occurrence.

IMG_5436.jpgBy 1985 however, the thought of doing something more socially challenging and rewarding occurred to me. Maybe the thought was of 'giving back' for the blessings I’d received. Since then, my family and I have developed eighteen senior communities, many of which were completed for city ownership to benefit their residents. We know that 'loving care', 'great food' a 'sense of belonging' and in today’s world 'affordability' and 'value' are paramount in the decision to move to a senior community. Our family involvement and our staff, who are carefully selected and trained, assure the "Copperfield Way" of dignifying and enriching our residents' lives.

Resident Veteran Group Event with Van  copy.jpgSince 1986, we have had the honor of providing the answer to the needs of thousands of seniors along with their loving families and caregivers. This history of service and longevity brings us a great deal of satisfaction. To those who have allowed us to provide for the happiness and well-being of a loved one, thank you for sharing confidence in our ability to live up to this incredible responsibility.

In gratitude,

Darrel Farr & the Darrel Farr Family


I lived two miles from Copperfield for 50 years.  Twice when I drove by Copperfield there were festivities going on outside and everyone looked like they were having so much fun. I finally decided to stop in and take a tour and was so impressed from the get go. I remember standing in the atrium thinking it was like living in a mansion!  I’m so glad I stopped by.


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