Terri is the executive director of the new Villages of Murfreesboro, a new senior living community opening in June, 2017. It is located at 2550 Willow Oak Trail, near the Avenue of Murfreesboro.
The Villages also features The Maud Ferguson Neighborhood, a unique and intimate residential area for persons with advanced dementia or Alzheimer’s. For lovers of local history, Maud Ferguson was the local Red Cross public health nurse who had the dream of securing the backing of New York’s Commonwealth Fund and start the Rutherford County Health Department in 1931. Three years before that they built the Rutherford Hospital. The Commonwealth Fund was made from the riches of oil barons John D. Rockefeller, Frank V. Harkness and Henry Flagler.
The Villages of Murfreesboro is unique in that it offers month-to-month independent living with three home-cooked meals daily. housekeeping, in-house pharmacy, 24-hour security, nurse practitioner, beauty-barber shop, and much more.
Terri is not new to Murfreesboro, she and her husband have two daughters, has a background of working with seniors and is a member of World Outreach Church. She earned an undergraduate degree in social work and an MBA in Healthcare Management.
For more information on The Villages of Murfreesboro, check their website: http://thevillagesmurfreesboro.com, or phone 615-848-3030.