Cynthia has a long history of serving others. As she and her husband traveled the US and overseas while he served in the military, Cynthia worked in a variety of public service positions with city governments and non-profits. After her husband retired, they returned to the DFW area to be closer to family. As an only child, Cynthia was preparing to help care for her aging parents but was stunned when both parents were diagnosed with cancer. At the same time, she and her husband were faced with the care of his father on the west coast which presented the unique challenges of long-distance care. These events led to a crash course in the senior care industry and her unending dedication to helping seniors and families in similar circumstances.
Linda loves people, especially children and Senior Citizens. She and her husband opened their hearts and home to six very special children to create their family. Five of the six were adopted from Guatemala. They are also very proud of the fact that five of their six children have served our country in the armed forces. As well as raising children they have both been active in the care of their parents. They understand firsthand the needs and concerns that come when caring for a parent. Linda’s Mom turns ninety this year!
In 1997, Linda and her business partner saw a need for helping families find quality care providers for loved ones and founded Ray of Sunshine. Since this time, Linda has held a variety of administrative positions in the company and until just recently was CFO. As evident by her choices in life, Linda is solution oriented and based on her Biblical principles, believes strongly in being of services to others of all ages.
Sue has lived in the DFW metroplex her entire life and has been a resident of the Denton area for over 15 years. She is involved in her community and several senior organizations. Sue has been involved in several areas of Ray of Sunshine over the past 9 years and is currently serving as the Community Liaison. Sue is the primary decision maker for her 90 year old Mother, therefore she knows first hand what is involved when care is needed for an aging parent.
Thank you for sending Leslie to us. Mom loved her, I loved her and the dog loved her!!
It is not easy to relay in words the magic of joy, friendship, caring, nurturing, fun, laughter and love that Bonnie brought into our brothers life! She got the old, sedentary guy moving, laughing, and having a good time!! Bonnie allowed him to be himself. She accepted him for who he was. I will be forever grateful to her, as will the rest of his family, for bringing joy into his life in his final days.
Ray of Sunshine Senior Care is very helpful and does everything that I ask them to do
You can negotiate directly with the caregiver regarding items such as service times, locations and duties
Long-term contracts are not required, no extended notice needed to stop services, use the services you need, when you need them
Oldest Licensed Personal Assistance Service Agency in Denton County, all caregivers bonded and covered by professional liability insurance