NEW BUILDINGS, NEW NAME, SAME GREAT CAMPUS


PHOTO: Trinity Woods Chaplain Dub Ambrose and Weldon Tisdale give a blessing over the team of caregivers for the new memory care facilities.


Trinity Woods, formerly known as Oklahoma Methodist Manor, is nearing completion on multiple additions to their 40-acre midtown campus! In the next few weeks, a new 14,000 square foot Community Life Center will be open for the Trinity Woods residents to enjoy. This new social venue will feature a theater, stage, event seating for over 250 people, and flexible space for smaller meetings.


The new Memory Care Facility recently celebrated their open house. The new structure is made of two different one story “households” featuring a total of (24) private rooms. This facility provides quality care for the growing number of people living with dementia, as well as serving their families. The households will be called The Marshall-Gaddy House and The Barnes House. The Marshall-Gaddy House was made possible by Paula Marshall in honor of her mother and godmother. The Barnes House was made possible by Mary and Jim Barnes.


PHOTO: The construction team. Trinity Woods VP of Operations Dennis Graham, Trinity Woods CEO Steve Dickie, Stava Building Corp President Curt Hellen and Stava Building Corp Project Manager Justin Sessions.


The Memory Care Center and Community Life Center have been made possible by the “Generation to Generation Campaign” which raised $13.4 million to enable the final Phase of campus redevelopment. “Our programs and services will be greatly enhanced by the new households and Community Life Center,” said Steve Dickie, CEO for Trinity Woods.


Stava Building believes the new campus additions match the new name! Trinity Woods is a neighborly feeling campus, where the staff and residents convey friendship and compassion.


PHOTO: Stava's Dream Team. Project Manager Justin Sessions and Rock Star Superintendent Brent Huston.

PHOTO: Outside view of the Barnes House.

PHOTO: The Barnes House dining room.


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