Sep 22
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Meet Resident George | Oaks at Hampton

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September includes National Centenarian Day on the 22nd so we thought we'd take this opportunity to get to know one of our residents who will join this elite club next year! Meet George, who is our oldest resident at The Oaks at Hampton. George will turn 99 on October 17th 2016!! Witty, charming, charismatic and caring. That is our George.
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Aug 25
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Meet Resident John | Oaks at Hampton

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This month, we’re getting to know John, a resident of Oaks at Hampton. He was born in Taylor County, Georgia on August 25, 1923. John was the baby of a farming family. His dad farmed cotton and corn and his mother took care of John, his four sisters, and four brothers. A busy household, indeed!

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Jun 10
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Meet Resident Bob | Oaks at Hampton

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 Bob and his wife Mildred were both raised in Patterson, New Jersey. Although they went to the same school, they didn’t date until after graduation. Their relationship was definitely everlasting as they have been married for 73 years. Bob and Mildred have a son Robert who lives in Alabama and a devoted daughter Janet who lives nearby and who spends a lot of time with them. 

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May 27
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Meet Resident Abbie | Oaks at Braselton

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Our resident spotlight for the month of April is on Abbie. Abbie was more than happy to share her story with us. In fact, she wanted to tell us about the beginning of her journey word by word!

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Apr 14
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"An Outgoing Person with a Beautiful Smile" Meet Esther Gladys Walker

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Esther Gladys Walker, the only child of John and Elizabeth Hermanson, was born in New York City. Her mother, Elizabeth, emigrated from Sweden, arriving at Ellis Island via the Lusitania at the tender age of 16. 

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Mar 16
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Meet Resident Mario | Oaks at Post Road

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Mario, also known as “Rayito” was born and raised in La Romana, Dominican Republic. As a young boy, he enjoyed playing baseball and was good enough to play for one of the domestic teams from the D.R. In addition to baseball, Mario was a tough competitor in the boxing ring where he acquired his nickname “Rayito,” which means “Little Lightning” in Spanish.

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