It’s true what they say, history repeats itself. This is true for Mr. Chester Myers, one of Bourbon Heights’ newest rehabilitation patients. Mr. Myers first encounter with Bourbon Heights was with his mother, when she was a resident in 1999. Soon after her stay here, Mr. Myer’s job as an architect for Johnson Architecture brought him back to Bourbon Heights. In the early 2000s he drew the blue prints for the add on wing closest to the Kitchen, which included the country chapel. According to Mr. Myers, he wanted to be sure to save the windows since they were open to the outside, but he had to make them fireproof. Today, Mr. Myers made the decision to do rehabilitation at Bourbon Heights because of the convenient location to his home, friends, and family.
Thank you Chester Myers for your participation in making our facility what it is today!