I moved to Denison in 1995 from Perryton, located in the northern Texas panhandle. I lived with my wife until her passing in 2011. A friend and I went to Parkside Baptist and visited many of our church members who were in hospitals, nursing homes and assisted living facilities. These people would tell us what they did not like about each place.

We had visited Wesley Village many times and very seldom did we ever hear a complaint. The residents of Wesley Village bragged about how good the food was and also that the staff were real nice. We could tell that the residents were satisfied based on how they talked and looked. I lived by myself for about 15 months. I was dis-satisfied when one of the women from Parkside wanted me to come to Wesley Village and visit a church member. While I was there I looked at some rooms and spoke with the staff.

Each of my two sons lived in Dallas and I told them each to come here together. I showed them around at Wesley Village and they both agreed that I should move here. Soon after, I moved to Wesley Village and couldn’t have found a nicer place to live. The staff were all as nice as they could be. The residents are also all very friendly.

I want to live here as long as I can. We have many activities: church on Sunday and Wednesday, Bingo, games. We even have a driver that will take us any place we want to go such as the doctor, dentist, Walmart, etc. I don’t think I could find a better place anywhere.


At Wesley Village our Independent Living residents shape their own future. They continue to discover, grow and be creative.


Wesley Village’s Assisted Living provides residents with a full range of services that allow autonomy, privacy and a sense of value.


At Wesley Village, we provide home cooked meals for our residents’ dining experience. We offer three nutritionally balanced meals, served restaurant style every day.