Dear Barry & Staff,
I would like to thank each of you that touches my fathers life everyday. My father is George C. Waynick. I am his daughter Minerva Wyatt. He has been a patient of your since August 19, 2008. He is 94 and I know he requires a lot of care and patience. When I first made the decision I had to place my father into someone eels hands. I checked out several caregivers. I rode to Erin on Sunday afternoon and peeked into the foyer. I saw several patients sitting in wheel chairs, but they looked happy. A nice man Kevin ask me if he could help m. I told him I was looking around for a place for my father. He told me the lady I needed to talk to was Rebecca and she would be here on Monday. And that’s how it all began.
I want to thank each and everyone of you for the love and care that has been shown to my father since then. Everyone makes an effort to help him at all times. Even down to the hot sauce he likes on his food. David started caring about him in a small way and now daddy wants to talk to David about his calves. Just the smallest things add up to big things when you feel alone and away from your family. My father cannot see or hear well, but the staff helps him with everything. I am grateful and I appreciate all the nice things you are doing for the building to make it safer. When you walk on the grounds and look at the building you get a feeling that someone cares. Then you enter the building expecting to see and smell something bad, but you don’t. You see people caring for patients as if they were family. Al the new things from furniture, paint, floors & dining tables. and the smiles on the employees are deeply appreciated by me. Again I cannot thank you enough for all you for me and my father. I know God will bless each of you for all you do.
Sincerely Minerva W. Wyatt