We’re happy to show you virtually what it’s like to reside at Otterbein Cridersville. But we know you’d rather visit yourself, take a tour, talk to residents and get a feel of our lovely campus.


Marcille Strayer came to Otterbein Cridersville in 2004 because she was weary of home maintenance and heavy housekeeping. "And,” she says, “I wanted to make my own decisions about my future."

Control of her life is important to Marcille. Of Otterbein Cridersville she raves: “It’s like I've hired a staff to do the things I no longer want to do!"

"There's so much to do. You can do as little or as much as you want. Every day is filled with choices." Why only recently, Marcille enjoyed dinner out, a concert of the Glen Miller Band, a few Broadway shows and several shopping trips. You name the event, Marcille will likely be attending.

What are you waiting for? See for yourself. Make an appointment to take a tour of Otterbein Cridersville.