In honor of Thanksgiving, we asked some of our team members at Heritage to share what they are grateful for about the OKC community. We’d love to hear what you’re thankful for in comments.
In the community, I am most thankful that in 1993, Mayor Norick had the foresight to encourage a “yes” vote for MAPS at a time when the city was not doing at all well economically. We all know the results – Billions in investment and a much stronger and vibrant economy. One person can make a vast difference through strong leadership. – Lance Johnson
I’m most thankful for the opportunity to work with individuals who truly care about their clients. It makes for a very enjoyable place to work and allows us to work better as a team on a daily basis.” – Garrett D. Johnson
I’m grateful for the #OKStandard project by the Oklahoma City National Memorial. The movement has reminded us of how strong we Okies are and that we do have an amazing spirit of generosity. We are challenged to continue fulfilling our standard of character by volunteering with an act of service, honor or kindness. – Jennifer Pellow
Being a nearly life-long resident of Oklahoma City, I’m very thankful that this fine town has developed such a pride for itself over the last decade. It has always been a good place to live…now it is a great place to live…and the sense of pride that now exists around town has been a key driver of that transition. – David Luke
I am grateful for the Brookdale/Statesman Club independent living facility in Oklahoma City. They provide a wonderful atmosphere that keeps seniors engaged and socially active for a better quality of life. – Cathy McKinzie
As Oklahoman’s we are all too familiar with tragedies that touch us all. I am thankful for the outpouring of support, unity and love Oklahoman’s give to one another in the most difficult of times. – Shannon Reed
From the Heritage family, Happy Thanksgiving!