Heather Holman - Administrator
Heather began at Eagle Crest in 2003 as the Activity Director. She became a Certified Assisted Living Administrator in 2004, and left in 2008 to be a stay-at-home mom. She continued her CEU’s and learning about the changes being made in the Assisted Living industry over the years. In 2015, when the long-term Director retired, Heather knew she wanted to return to Eagle Crest. She has a Bachelor of Science in Psychology and English from the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor and is a Certified Assisted Living Administrator in the State of Texas.
Heather enjoys spending time with her two kids, dogs, gardening, crafting, playing outdoors and spending time with her family. Heather always tells her team, “I can teach you how to pass meds, how to give a shower, and how to do your job. I can’t, however, teach you how to love what we do. You are either passionate about seniors, or you aren’t”.
Jo Passmore - Assistant Administrator
Jo started working at Eagle Crest in 2016 as our Assistant Administrator. She enjoys working in her yard, spending time with her husband, fishing, and boating. She enjoys being with the residents and getting to know them and their families.
Terrylynn Tidwell, LVN - Personal Care Coordinator
Terrylynn graduated high school in Munday Texas and started working as a CNA at Hendricks Medical Center in Abilene. She then went to LVN school in Seymour at the Hospital.
Terrylynn has worked in Hospitals, Skilled Nursing Facilities, Home Health, Assisted Living and Memory Care Units, and as a Medical Dependent Children Program Nurse. Co-owner of Heart Helpers. She has taught CNA classes, CPR and First Aid to facilities as well as at Weatherford College. She is married to Byron Tidwell and together they have 6 children and 5 grandchildren. In her free-time she enjoys spending time with family and she is a member of Hilltop Family Church in Springtown.
I love getting to know the residents and hearing about their journey in life. I enjoy meeting their families. My spiritual gift is “caregiving” and being a “peacemaker” I feel like God has me right where I need to be at this time. I love working at Eagle Crest Villa and with all the folks there. It’s like family. I want the residents to have the best quality of life they can possibly have. I love to laugh with them and brighten their day a little. I enjoy teaching and working with our PCA’s. Without out them, I couldn’t do my job. They are my heroes.