The Paris News from Paris, Texas on July 23, 1996 · Page 15
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The Paris News from Paris, Texas · Page 15

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Deport Nursing Home provides personal care Deport Nursing Home was established in 1957 by Vera Wilson in the old Grant Hospital ! Building. Martha Castlebury purchased it from " her mother in October 1964 and later remodeled it and added extra rooms. In February, 1976, Roy and Martha Castle- l bury built a new 102-bed facility. Mrs. Wilson was a resident until her death in December 1993. Deport Nursing Home is a long-term care J facility providing personalized care for the | client who is no longer able to have their needs ; met at home. They also provide short term care • for clients recuperating from illness, surgery or > t fractures; for those who do not qualify for con- £tinued stay in the hospital or for families to eave loved ones while taking a vacation. ? They are pleased to offer a country/family atmosphere with home cooked meals, a secure staff and an emphasis on individualized care. For residents with immediate family members who are unable to drive, transportation will be provided for frequent visits. Deport Nursing Home provides transportation for residents for outings as well as medical appointments. They have a full activities schedule including fishing, picnics, crafts, exercise, church services, shopping, domino tournaments, visits to other nursing homes, dances, singings, special events days, country drives and tours to local points of interest. The activity program is directed by Jalynda Mitchell. Mrs. Mitchell also coordinataes an active volunteers program and a family council program. TheDeport Nursing Home is constantly involved in updating and improving the facilities, staff and methods of care as new developments are introduced. A Secure Care System; a unique electronic wandering resident monitoring system designed to provide increased freedom of mobility, is in operation to help care for the confused residents. Deport Nursing Home continues to have registered nurse coverage seven days a week and also offers nurse aid training classes. The nursing home's staff, led by Roy and Martha Castlebury, Owners and Consultants, consists of Jerry Amsler, Administrator (employed three years), Marilyn Crawford, RN, Director of Nurses (employed 14 years), Bobbi Gifford, Assistant Administrator, Payroll Supervisor (22 years), Loraine C. Grant, Bookkeeper (28 years), Jean Pendleton, Secretary-(-23 years); Lyn Wolf, Food Service Supervisor (5 years); Jalynda Mitchell, Activity Director (1-1/2 years); Sue Salter, Assistant DON and Inservice Director (1 year); Pam Humphrey, Housekeeper Supervisor (9 years), and Johnnie Beall, Maintenance (1-1/2 years). Roy and Martha both are fifth generation Texans whose families have lived in Lamar and Red River counties since the early 1800s. Martha was born in Manchester. She graduated from St. Joseph Hospital School of Vocational Nursing, attended Paris Junior College arid is a licensed nursing home administrator. She is a life master duplicate bridge player and is involved in several service clubs. She is a member of First Baptist Church in Deport. Roy was born in Paris and graduated from Paris High School before attending Texas A&M. He serves in several charitable and service organizations, he also was a long time disc jockey at KPLT. Roy enjoys golf, fishing and woodwork as his hobbies. Roy and Martha have five children. Charlene .Borders is a registered nurse and a licensed nursing home administrator. She is married to Tommy Borders and has two children and two grandchildren. Bennie Crawford is the husband of director of nursing services Marilyn Crawford. He is a self-employed farmer and rancher. The couple has four children. Mrs. Crawford is a graduate of St. Lawrence University and the PJC School of .Nursing. In addition to her director of nursing position, she also works part time in ICU at McCuistion Regional Medical Center. Frankye Sessums is a teacher and coach at Prairiland High School. She graduated from PJC and East Texas State University. Frankye and her husband Billy Sessums have two children and attend Fellowship Baptist Church in Blossom. Bobbi Gifford is a graduate of PJC's School of Vocational Nursing and currently is the assistant administrator and payroll supervisor in the facility. She is corresponding secretary for Northeast Texas area Women's Aglow. Bobbi and her husband Allen Gifford have four children and attend Abundant Life Church in Minter. Mitch Castlebury is employed at Kimberly- Clark, he and his wife Sharon reside in Paris. Deport Nursing Home is located on Highway •2?l 1 'N. JI "m fi Dep ! o'rti IT : is"worth the drive for the superb care and atomosphere you will receive. Family Owned Business Edition Tuesday, July 23,1996 II DEPORT NG HOME 'est Family Owned and Operated Highly Trained, Caring Staff Home-Cooked Meals Long and Short-Term Care VA and Medicaid Certified Private Pay Secure Care System a lot of "Country Living with the advantages of a Modern Retirement Center" Deport Nursing Home (90:*) b52 <. ART, Hwy. 271 N. P.O. Box 366 Dcjlort. Texas 75435 .i. -sr~ ^/ A, *• Grandy's, owned locally by Randy and Frances Reed, is a comfortable fast food style restaurant with home-cooked flavor. Paris Grandy's offers breakfast, lunch and dinner menus featuring home-cooked flavor Grandy's has been owned locally by Randy and Frances Reed and Bonham partners Tom and Nan Keeton since 1990. The restaurant is a franchise of Grandy's in Lewisville. The facility offers breakfast, lunch and dinner menus in a quick, self-serve style. Comfortable dining areas and a convenient drive-thru attract customers. Since buying the local franchise in 1990, the Reeds and Keetons have expanded into Sulphur Springs and Lukfin, Texas, and Shreveport, Louisiana. They recently added a Baskin-Robbins franchise inside their Sulphur Springs restaurant. Kids eat free every Thursday at Grandy's. On Tuesday steak days, customers can buy a chicken fried steak meal at regular price and get a 'second one for 99 cents. The staff of thirty at the Paris franchise is headed by general manager Sally Miller, breakfast manager Patricia Mason and assistant manager Yvonne Hefner. "All of our local managers started as staff members and have been promoted to their current positions," Reed said. Reed has been in the food service industry since 1968. His experience includes 15 years with Wendy's just prior to joining Grandy's in 1990. The Reeds have two children, Amanda, 9 and James, 7 and are members of Paris First Baptist Church. Mrs. Reed is president of the Parent Teacher Organization at A.M. Aikin Elementary. Grandy's, located at 3603 Lamar, is open from 6 a.m. - U 10 p.m. Sunday- ThursHay and 6 a.m.-tlTjlm. Friday and" Saturday. 3603 Lamar Paris, Tx. 785-1007 Grandy's homestyle in a hurry" VN. BREAKFAST BUFFET LUNCH DINNER I iv I'MM) <>f>2 Hi 18 $ $ SAVESl BREAKFAST Minimum $3 purchase 6am-llam $ $ SAVES1 LUNCH Minimum $4 purchase 10;30am-4pm $ $ SAVE $2 DINNER Minimum $10 purchase 4pflfli-l(

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