About Us

Our CROFT values are more than just words on a page.  Our values are the framework we use to make decisions for our residents, team members and the organization.  CROFT values are a personal choice each of our team members make each day.  At any one of our communities, you will feel the difference in our culture because we choose to live these values.  We feel it and hope you do too.

United by values. Motivated by people.  


Creativity – Pursuing solutions using imaginative ideas and diverse voices.

Respect ­– Treating everyone with kindness, grace, patience, integrity, and love.

Openness ­– Seeking to understand others by listening to and embracing different viewpoints.

Fairness – Offering thoughtful consideration when making decisions for the benefit of others.

Teamwork – Working and communicating together for the common good.


Walnut Hills is a senior living campus rooted in Christian values of compassion and service. We cherish our community of those who live, work, and visit. Our tranquil campus offers a safe environment for people to live their best life.


As a senior living community, Walnut Hills will dedicate our time and talents to evolve our services in a Christian environment allowing our residents and caregivers to lead lives of faith and purpose in the years to come.

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Our History


Levi and Lillis Troyer purchase 60 acres in Holmes County, Ohio.


Walnut Hills Retirement Community was founded by the Troyer family in Walnut Creek, Ohio.


June 28, Nursing Home built; 50 beds.


Nursing Home expanded; 50 more beds.


Retirement Home; eight Residential Apartments, 33 Assisted Living rooms and Catered Living apartments built.


Retirement Home expanded; 92 resident capacity: 26 Residential Apartments total, 62 Assisted Living rooms.


The Commons Independent Living homes begin construction; 8 units to start. This was expanded in 1991.


Community Center built near The Commons.


Nursing Home expansion and renovation finished.


The Commons completed; 47 units total. Adjacent to The Commons Green, Community Park, and pavilion.


The Meadows Independent Living homes open; 14 units to start. Additional units added in 2014 for 35 total.


Rehabilitation/Skilled Care added.


June 1, lease-purchase agreement with Greencroft Communities begins.


October 13, Transitional Care Unit opens.


Greencroft Communities Foundation completes the capital campaign for the Walnut Hills Rehabilitation addition, $2.5 million.


Open new private 20-room Transitional Care Unit, Medicare Rehab and new Outpatient Therapy.