Mark and Gloria Hunter are the CEOs of Infinity Healthcare Services, a home health care provider which currently serves both Pennsylvania and New Jersey as an outpatient senior care service.
Royal Personal Care Homes, a residential living facility on Wheatsheaf Lane in Abington, is Infinity’s first location that will house seniors and has a grand opening scheduled for September 28.
Residents will have individual suites and amenities, including a beauty barbershop, a computer room, and a personal chef on the premises.
The facility is located at Tyson House, one of the oldest intact structures in Abington Township and the original home of Abraham Tyson, Sr.
According to local historian Mike Leibrandt, the southern end of the house was built between 1720-1721 and was then known as the Manor House. The structure was enlarged by the Tyson family two times during the 1800s until they sold the property sometime around the year 1900.
Adjacent to the historic home is Tyson Green, a 0.3-acre park owned by Abington Township. Abraham Tyson, Sr.’s parents were the part of a group who founded Germantown in 1683, and lime that was utilized for the building of Independence Hall came from Tyson quarries and limekilns.
The house was purchased by the Hunters in 2022.
For more on Infinity Health Services, you can visit their website.
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