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         I had to stop and take a moment to tell you about a staff member here at LoneStar Retirement. Ingrid Francis works (part time, pI think) at the reception desk. She is the first person you meet coming on the property and the last you see when you leave, therefore she can be fundamental in the impression visitors take away with them after visiting. You couldn't find a better ambassador.  If it's just giving one of her warm smiles and saying, "Hi" or taking care of any need she can, she always gives her best. She brightens my day and gives meaning to the words, "Welcome Home".

Dottie McGary/Trenton 263v

        I would like to take a moment to publicly thank the management team and support staff at Lone Star Living on Westbrae Pkwy in Houston for their tireless work efforts and resolve to keep the residents safe, well fed, and reassured during these severe weather conditions in Houston.

As a physically challenged 69 year old resident, I couldn't ask for any more than all that's been put forth.

Paul A Coonts

My name is Dottie. I would like to tell you a little bit about myself and what brought me to Westbrae Court Retirement Community. A number of years ago, way before I thought it was necessary, my daughters and my primary care physicians decided I needed to move to a “HOME”. At the young age of 60, and as a former Marine, I was not ready to give up my independence and move into a quote unquote home. Read more

       There is a refreshing in this community. Upon visiting the first time, the manager, was exceptionally courteous and displayed love. I could feel joy and peace. I could feel the presence of God. I knew immediately that Westbrae Court was the home for me.

        Upon moving in, I realized I was in the minority and did i expect to be able to blend with the other nationalities, but everyone is very friendly. The residents watch out for me as well as their comrades. Read more

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