Limited Vision Doesn’t Limit Life

St. George Village resident Harold Tinley, 96 years young, is a perfect example of aging successfully. Even though he is currently sight impaired due to age related macular degeneration, without any vision in his right eye, he continues to thrive with woodworking and clock repair hobbies he had initiated as a young child.
At the age of 90, when his sight began to fail, he began creating more whirligigs because he knew that they do not require exact precision and small changes in the dimensions would not matter. He currently makes whirligigs for friends and family members and recently crafted one for the garden at St. George Village!
Mr. Tinley stays involved in many activities at SGV, such as supplying difficult six-letter words that he jumbles for the weekly Brain Games class to decipher and participating in the annual Halloween costume party, for which he seeks out the most amazing costumes on the Internet. At 96, he is a kind and gentle man who amazes everyone with his talents, perseverance and energy level. Through his positive outlook on aging, continues to cultivate a healthy mind, body and spirit.
Mr. Tinley will be one of those recognized by Leading Age of Georgia at its annual Positive Aging Gala in November. Congratulations, Harold Tinley, on this well deserved honor!
Stacy Anthony

About Stacy Anthony

Director of Marketing|St. George Village
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