Our service starts with listening. We meet with you in person or over the phone to get to know what is important to you -- your wishes, needs and desires. We connect with you to better understand your health need, budget, geographic location and all the other things that go into making you who you are.
Through that conversation, we learn. We find out the things that matter to you. We start to match you with those options that make the most sense for you. We know the communities first-hand, so it's our job to connect you with the one that is perfect for you.
As we move through the process, we guide. We assist with setting up the community tours, either in person or virtually. If you desire, we attend the tours with you and provide you with questions to ask. All along the way, we provide you with information that will be helpful as you select your new living environment.
Once you have selected your new community, we follow up with you to make sure everything is going as planned. We provide you with any resources you need as you transition: a realtor, move manager, packer, organizer, estate sale company, decorator, etc. Once you have moved in, we continue to follow up to ensure you are happy and content in your new surroundings.
Ruby Grace was raised on her family farm in the “Sweetest Town in Texas,” Honey Grove. Upon High School graduation, she attended Draughon's Business School in Wichita Falls, Texas. After graduation, Ruby returned to Honey Grove and started her career in banking. In 1942, she married her high school sweetheart, Jim, and they had one son, Stan.
Jim’s job took them to Carrollton, Texas, where Ruby retired after 45 years of service as a Vice President of what is now Bank of America. She was the first woman in the bank to earn the VP position!
While living in Carrollton, they both were very active in their church and community, but the lifelong dream of Ruby and Jim was to retire and return to her family farm in Honey Grove, which they did. She spent most of her retired life gardening, singing in the church choir, playing bridge and holding numerous positions in her church. In fact, she was the treasurer for several years.
After, Jim’s passing in 2011, Ruby knew she needed more care physically, although her mind was still sharp. When she moved to Plano, Texas, her daughter-in-law, Joyce Logan, went with Ruby to visit several Independent and Assisted Living facilities. It was almost two years before she made the final decision to choose one. Ruby was thankful to Joyce for not only being patient in finding her a comfortable home, but always being there to help meet her other needs as well. Ruby often called Joyce “Ms. Fix-It Woman.”
Our precious Ruby passed in February, 2020, and left behind a legacy for her family and friends to cherish and remember.
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