Retire In Lufkin

Where Your Story Becomes

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Sue Gagliardi had always been a big city girl. Living in major metropolitan areas came with the comfort of knowing big city medicine was right down the road. When she and her husband Frank moved to Lufkin in 2007, medical issues weren’t at the forefront. But Sue’s situation changed. “I just couldn’t get rid of something in my chest. My physician and his team wouldn’t rest until they determined what was going on.” In her opinion that diagnosis came from the compassionate, committed and thorough work-ups her Lufkin team prescribed. Sue adds, “The medical community is top notch, and the equipment can’t be matched anywhere. We never considered leaving town to determine what was wrong with me. My health was—and is—in incredibly good hands right here in Lufkin.”

Getting Around

Did you know Lufkin has its own public transit system? Check out the routes these ‘mini busses’ run and climb aboard!

Homes for All

Traditional and patio homes, townhomes or retirement communities, Lufkin has a wide variety of price ranges and layouts. With a median price of $124,000 and an average number of 300 residential properties on the market, check out Lufkin’s Multi Listing Service for what’s available today!

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Part of Our Story

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There’s No Place Like Home

“When we move, we want to move once.” That’s what Joe and Codie Kilgore decided when they chose Lufkin for their retirement home. The retired minister and retired nurse had taken care of elderly parents and knew they didn’t want to put that responsibility on their own children. When the Lynchburg, Virginia couple chose Lufkin, it was in large part because of PineCrest Retirement Community. As Codie says, “At PineCrest, our needs may change, but we’ll always be able to call PineCrest home.” That continuum of care and the spirit of the place are what sold them on PineCrest and Lufkin. The Kilgores are active, healthy and engaged retirees. They rest easy knowing that when they have a health challenge, PineCrest and its array of services are in place to care for them – without ever leaving home.

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Height of Care

Nationally recognized for quality and safety, Woodland Heights Medical Center is committed to staying on the leading edge of innovation and technology. Established in 1918, the 149-bed hospital is the home of cutting-edge centers for cardiac and orthopedic care.

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Leader in Medicine

As the area’s largest healthcare provider, Memorial Health System of East Texas cares for a quarter million patients annually. The only Joint Commission Certified Advanced Primary Stroke Care Center in Lufkin and recognized by the American Heart Association for advanced cardiac care, Memorial paves the way for exceptional, innovative care.

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As Needs Change

Active, engaged, and healthy! That’s the way we all envision our retirement years. But life has a way of throwing us curve balls. Rest assured that as your needs change there is every imaginable resource available in Angelina County. From continuing care communities, to dementia support services, to hospice care, the caliber and scope of resources is complete - no matter what the need.

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