Earlier this year the Comfort Care Center was able to serve a patient under our No One Is Alone initiative who we’ll call Carl.

Carl was a horse walker. That is, he and his buddies would travel from racetrack to racetrack and walk horses for a small amount of pay and the ability to sleep in an empty stall. Free time was typically spent smoking and drinking and once the season ended at one track, they were off to the next.

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Ben Haymon, a WWII veteran, was born November 8, 1909 – the same year that William Howard Taft succeeded Theodore Roosevelt as the 27th President of the United States. He grew up cotton farming, loved to hunt rabbits and squirrels in McKamie, AR in Lafayette County.

“I am really enjoying it,” Haymon said about his birthday celebration, while eating cake and speaking to party goers at his care home, Diamond Lakes Assisted Living, and in the company of his friends and caregivers from Hospice Home Care.

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