Who says, “Cupid never visits the retired”? Moving into Brazos Towers at Bayou Manor across the hall from each other, meeting in the hall as we went to breakfasts and lunches – these were the beginnings that led to a delightfully happy marriage. We have found the perfect place, Brazos Towers at Bayou Manor, to enjoy our lives together living in this lovely and gracious community.”
Elaine Adams and Steve Carroll
"I never thought I would be living in retirement community eating salmon and drinking champagne."
I have met so many interesting people here!! I am amazed that I have friends from China, England, Greece, Switzerland! So many have moved here to be close to their adult children!! It makes for a very interesting community! And we all get along so well together!!!!!
Bayou Manor has been my intended home since I came with my family to the dedication of the first building in 1963. I came to live here April 21, 1999. Now, 17 years later, I am happily at home, with many friends who've been with me a long time, and those who have recently joined us in the East Tower. We are a great family of staff and residents, cared for, challenged, and entertained! Come, see for yourself!
Coline “Toto” McGehee
I enjoy the welcoming atmosphere from the staff and other residents that make living here so great.
My husband and I are 87 years young and we have lived at Brazos Towers at Bayou Manor for one year. Moving here is the best decision we have ever made. It is a lifestyle with a future not a past. We took the best parts of our life and moved them with us. This made room for new friends, new experiences, and a new outlook on life. My home is now a community full of interesting people, friendly faces, the sound of laughter, all in an elegant setting that I do not have to take care of! Come join us!
Florence and Howard Kusnetz
It seems that every day a new “goody” appears as a regular service at BT/BM. I feel like all the Staff are my relatives!! Annnnd--- I am SAFE.
We look forward to meals when we can join with friends we have already established as well as new ones we have not met yet. It is a joy to have discussions with people who knew what a dial telephone was, telephone operators, stick shift cars . . . In summary, this is the right place for us. It is a joy living here and we look forward to whatever the future holds!
I became a resident of Brazos Towers a couple of months after my wife died. It has exceeded my expectations by an immeasurable amount. The thing that stands out the most to me about my family of friends here is that almost everyone is a person who has left their mark and made the world a better place for having been a part of it.