At our annual Employee Banquet, we honor the seen and unseen faces that make Kirby Pines such a special place to live.
Soups, salads, burgers, hand tossed pizzas and more! Enjoy a variety of American bistro style dishes in Kirby Pines own casual dining restaurant. Open to residents and their families (complete with kids menu for those precious grandchildren), The Bistro is the newest dining venue at Kirby Pines.
Click here to view The Bistro menu.
The residents and staff of Kirby Pines get into the spirit of Red Nose Day, May 26, 2016. The campaign, which was founded in the UK in 1988, was expanded to the United States last year. It is a fun way to bring awareness and funds to help children who are most in need across the country and internationally.
Below is the transcription of the hand-written note.
My father, Bobby J. Martin, passed away last Wednesday. He lived in the Fireside Villa since last February, and was in independent living for about a year before that. Kirby Pines has been an absolute Godsend for our family. Daddy liked living there and enjoyed the social aspects of Kirby Pines. While in the independent living estates, he wore his cowboy hat a lot – some people called him “Cowboy” or “Texas” and he loved it.
The facility at the Fireside Villa gave our family much comfort due to the attention he received from the wonderful staff at The Villa. The ladies there are top notch. They do an excellent job for the residents, and you can tell they get attached to some of them – they really cared for my dad. Their friendships were a blessing to my dad. Thank you again for having such a fantastic facility for retirees. Kirby Pines has been a blessing for your family.
Thank you again –
Debbie Martin Duncan and the family of Bobby J. Martin
God Bless you all.