We are humbled by the kind words others.
Listed below are several letters from family members and friends of present and past Lexington Place residents. We feel honored that these people have taken the time to let us know how they feel about their loved ones living in our care.
You will always hold a special place in my heart. I will always remember fondly the warm home you gave Mom her last 3 years. You and your caregivers made such a difference in her life and mine I will never forget your sincere care and concern for our well being, your tremendous generosity to make it possible for Mom to be safe, happy and well cared for. Words can never express all that is in my heart, so I hope you just know. I pray that you receive in kind all the good seeds you have sown. No one deserves it more than you. You are both angels. Not all the angels are in heaven.
Love always, Mary Stanley
What you have done will be remembered in my heart! Thank you for being a part of Mom's new life. We are all so happy Mom is a part of Lexington Place. The staff at Lexington Place is so good. The hard work that your staff has done has paid off for someone else's happiness and will be rewarded more than words can express. Your staff cared when no one else did. We have all experienced a real miracle and all of your staff was a part of it. May the Lord repay you for what you have done.
Thank you, Annette and Don Miller and family.
I want you to know how much I appreciate you and your endeavors in providing such a warm and wonderful home. My family and my mother especially was made comfortable by you. Without exception, each of your staff gave so much of themselves to us. Because of the advanced nature of my mom's disease we unfortunately did not find you sooner. However though her stay at Lexington Place was short, the quality could not have been better. Such kindness, professionalism and love we all received made the difficult time easier. I hope you will pass this along to the caring ladies who helped us each day. I feel you each did everything right and walked the extra mile.
Sincerely, Susonna Davis [daughter of Virginia Phillips]
Words cannot express how truly grateful I am for you both and all you do for my Mom. I can't imagine a better place for Mom to be. You should feel so proud for what you have created in Lexington Place and for all you've done for the residents and their families. May God bless you abundantly!
Love, Mary and Lela
We were immediately impresses with the idea of mother living in an arrangement which was patterned in a small home atmosphere. It was a house in a nice neighborhood in Dallas, and we were pleased by the clean smelling, bright and cheery home that greeted us. The staff was friendly and genuinely cared about each resident, which was evidenced in our visits for almost 3 years that our mother was a resident there. Lexington Place offered the "home away from home" choice, but with the full time nursing care our mother needed.
Sincerely, Genie DeLong & Family
Words are not enough to let you know what you did for me, my family and my Mom. Since my Mom came to Lexington Place, we have been able to get our lives back together. My mother has not done this well since she was independent ..her smile is back and you and your staff helped get it there. Now I don't have to worry so much about my mother because I know she is in the best place. Your staff is so dedicated and caring. We know getting old is not easy but the Lexington Place staff made a very difficult situation easier for my mother and our family. I want to thank everyone at Lexington Place for helping us during a difficult time. God bless you.
Sincerely, Leslie Sandler.
It is a horrible feeling to realize that your parents, the ones that you have counted on every day of your life, are no longer able to care for themselves. It is at that point that the roles reverse, and you, the child, become the one responsible for their comfort, care, and existence. You, in fact, take over the parent role. I am convinced that with out what ever it is that makes you a natural at what you do, my father would never have been able to improve the way he did. You and your staff are an inspiration and should be the measure to which all other facilities aspire.
Fondly, Sherry L. Jones
I wanted to write a note to tell you thanks for the outstanding care extended to my mother Anita during her stay. The staff was so kind and caring to her making the time she lived there a pleasant experience. In fact, I know she misses several of the care givers she grew so close to. My best to you, the Lexington Place staff and the residents there.Sincerely, Jane Jefferson