Since 1998, Mark Rushing has been a leading pioneer in Texas memory care. He has extensive management experience in long term care settings and has been a licensed nursing facility administrator since 1993. Mark quickly identified the growing need for services to persons with Alzheimer’s disease and is leading the charge in opening Memory Care facilities in Texas.
We don't accept the common approach that there is not much you can do for a person with Alzheimer's
Rex Paine is founder and owner of Kingbridge Capital, a real estate investment firm. Paine began the first 10 years of his career in the banking and savings and loan business in West Texas and Dallas. He then joined Dana Commercial Credit (DCC) a division of Dana Corportion a Fortune 100 company, there he was among a group of individuals who formed the Real Estate Services Group’s (RESG) real estate equity investment program where Paine served as Group Manager. The group grew from scratch to fund over $300mm in real estate equity investments nationally representing over a billion in total assets. After 11 years with DCC, Paine lead the purchase of RESG in a Joint Venture with Fortress Investment Group (Fortress) and formed Torreon Capital. Torreon Capital continued to make real estate investments with Fortress for several years. Paine later formed Kingbridge Capital to make investments on his own account as well as with other investors.
This project is a passion project for me, my mother suffers from Alzheimer’s and is currently living in a memory care community. Having had to learn for myself all that a family goes through in making these difficult decisions, Tribute Senior Living Communities will be sensitive to not only the resident’s needs, but to the families that have chosen us as their care provider. We have done a tremendous amount of research and will continue to do so to make sure our community will have the finest design elements and resident care techniques.
Charles Hodges, CEO of HODGES Architecture, knows all too well about the crippling effects of Dementia and memory loss after his father dealt with them firsthand. The name “Tribute Senior Living” is paying homage to his late father, and for Charles it’s not only about changing the culture of memory care.
It’s about taking the disease head on.
Dr. Grammas is the executive director at the George and Anne Ryan Institute for Neuroscience and is nationally recognized for her pioneering research into the role that blood vessels and inflammation might play in the development of diseases, including Alzheimer’s disease, Diabetes, AIDS and atherosclerosis and also is well known in the research community for her cross-disciplinary approach to disease investigation.
As a scientist who has spent over 25 years researching Alzheimer's disease, it's exciting to be part of team that is committed to rapidly bringing scientific discovery to real-world care.