Kudos for cleanliness

I wanted to compliment Marcia on the South Hall for her hard work. She keeps this hall very clean and does a great job!

– Lynn Coleman, Family Member

Mary Newsome

The family of Mary Yvonne Newsome would like to thank you
for giving our mother a great home during her last years of life.  We were very thankful to God when you
accepted her as a resident in your facility knowing that we could finally have
her closer to home and to some of her children.
We never dreamed what a blessing it would be!  Having so many sweet people to take care of
our mother was the greatest feeling ever.
To some of us who live out of state it meant the world knowing that our
precious mother was in great hands of care.
I wish I could name each angel on earth there that cared for our Mother,
all the C.N.A.’s , Nurses and Chaplain Roger will never be forgotten. Thank you
all! We loved and appreciated you for all you did for mom and for us
too.  Our sweet little Mother’s life had
been an extremely hard one and we couldn’t have bared her ever being
mistreated.  Mom won her crown by never
giving up on what she believed was her purpose in life, which was to teach us
that a “Mothers Love” knows not the bounds of illness.  We thank God that we were never robbed of
this gift.  May God bless you all
there at Signature Healthcare.  Thank you
for the BEAUTIFUL Bible.

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Floydetta R

Our family wants to extend our sincere appreciation to the love,care,commitment and dedication you all gave to the care of our mother and wife Floydetta “Poochie”.The Bible is beautiful and the card meant so much to us.

Thank you for your thoughts and prayers.They are comforting to us.

Family of Floydetta R.

Ms. Faye Tacket

We would like to express our most sincere thanks and appreciation for your care, love and concern for Faye Tackett while she was at SHC of Pikeville you folks were so good to mom and it showed.  She was blessed more than we can know by the staff and residents at SHC.  We want you all to know that you will always be remembered by mom’s family.  Thanks again and may God continue to bless one and all.

Sincerely,
Family of Faye Tackett
Betty Bevins
Jeanette Elswick
Keith Phillips

Ms. Edmunds

I don’t know where to begin to tell you all what’s in my heart, to thank you doesn’t begin to say what I feel in my heart.  You all were so good and kind to my mother, Virginia Edmonds.  She loved every one of you.  You were her girls, all of you on the floor, the nurses, and her special CNA’S. You brightened her days.  The Chaplin also was so kind.  I feel like I now have an extended family.  The beautiful Bible I will cherish the rest of my life.  She also loved Brett and Glen; they were so good to her.  Jennifer, Pam, Jan, Jessica, Tina, Emma, Bertha, Sharon, Pat, Connie, Bobbie.  They always made me feel blessed, for they I know loved my mom.  I will never forget you all, you are now a part of my family, and I will see you from time to time.

 

My heart wants to say

“Thank You”

 For every little blessing

It has felt

 Because of you!

Many Thanks

For All You’ve Done

Today and Always by American Greetings

 

                                                                                Love,

                                                                             Debbie Hamilton

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Ms. Coleman

11-12-12

First of all thank you all for the Holy Bible it will definitely be cherished.  Thank you hardly seems like enough words to say for you taking care of my mother for the last 11 months, even when she would become violent.  Of course now we know why this was happening.

 Everyone showed her love and compassion and that will never be forgotten.  I could not have asked for a better place for her to spend the last 11 months of her life at.  A special thanks goes to Sharon Rich, Pat Mccoy, Linda Kirk for always being there when I needed a hug or something done for mom.  Every one of you encouraged me to spend as much time with mom before she passed away.  On Monday 11/5/2012 when I visited I encouraged her to go ahead and go and she tried to smile, but couldn’t, but I could see the corner form into a smile and I told her that I saw her smile. That was the last smile that I saw from her for a few hours then later she had joined God in heaven.

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