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Parkview Staffs Up for Assisted Living and Memory Care

In anticipation of a midsummer opening of our new Assisted Living and Memory Care neighborhoods, we’ve filled two key positions at Parkview in Frisco. Please join us for a big welcome to Anthony Wakefield, Dining Services Director and Kerry Womack, LVN, Director of Resident Care. For the full article published on Frisco-Online.com on May 9th, 2016, please click here.

Anthony Wakefield is a Plano father of three who previously served our country as a member of the U.S. Marine Corps. Having traveled extensively as a food service manager for a contract company since 2009, he says he looks forward to helping Frisco residents thrive by delivering a quality dining experience at Parkview. “I enjoy talking with residents and families a lot. Knowing that I’ve made their day in some way shape or form is what gets me through the day,” Wakefield said.

Kerry Womack comes to Parkview with extensive experience in nursing, case management, nursing administration and instruction of certified caregivers and C.N.As. He said, “My passion for people and the industry is what drives me to provide the best level of care and well being from a holistic approach for our seniors and their families.”

“We are thrilled to welcome Anthony and Kerry to the Parkview family as we continue to ramp up to serve residents and families of our new assisted living and memory care programs,” said David Gustafson, Executive Director of Parkview in Frisco. Gustafson anticipates adding approximately 35 full time and ten part time associates as a result of the expansion, which will complement Parkview’s current operation which supports more than 200 independent living residents.

We’d like to invite you to see these new renovations firsthand. Call 1-972-439-1326 to schedule a tour of this extraordinary new addition to our community.

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