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Debbie Pettus

February- Employee of the Month Debbie has been with Regency since 2007, serving 13 years in Housekeeping. She has three children and six grandchildren. She loves to dance, so much so that her nickname at Regency is “Dancing Debbie.” She dances with the residents,...

Claire Pickett

February– Resident Spotlight Claire Pickett grew up in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. She married her high school sweetheart, Berry Anderson. Together they have three children: Lesley, John, and Todd. Claire worked as an elementary school teacher. She taught 3rd grade, and was...

Employee of the Year!

2020 — Employee of the Year Joe has been serving at the Towers as Transportation Driver in Activities for almost four years. He comes to us as a retiree from the US Army and the Department of Corrections. Twice retired, he loves working at Regency so much he jokes...

Judy Hampton

January- Employee of the Month Judy has been serving in the Dietary Department here at Regency for the last seven years. She’s one of the faces of the department where she is known for her extraordinary service and loving spirit. Judy has been married for 14, years...

Ms. Anna Herndon

January – Resident Spotlight Ms. Anna Herndon is a native of Centerville, AL, but she grew up in Tuscaloosa. She attended the University of Alabama where she studied Sociology. Upon graduation, she began her career at the Department of Human Resources where she was a...

What We’ve Been Up To

December was a month of celebrating the magic of the holiday season. We have been engaging the residents inside the building in a wide variety of COVID-19 safe activities which include but are not limited to: Christmas Eve Parties New Year Eve’s Countdown Parties...

When Seniors Should Stop Driving

Providing the Best Senior Care for Your Loved Ones Autonomy is a precious thing, and it’s also a hard thing to let go of. But as we age, there are things we have to begin to approach differently. One harsh reality of aging is loss of mobility, and specifically the...

What We’ve Been Up To

November has been an exciting and warm month. We have been engaging the seniors  inside and outside the building in a wide variety of Covid-19 safe activities: Weights, kinesthetics, and resistance band exercises 6-foot family visits Outdoor concerts with… Michael...