Alabama’s Aging Veterans Find Joy In State Veterans Home

| November 12, 2019 @ 5:02 am

By Dennis Washington

If you ask U.S. Navy veteran Floyd Howard Jr., what he thinks of life at the William F. Green State Veterans Home in Bay Minette, his answer is simple and to the point.

“It’s a good life here.”

Howard is one of 150 veterans who live at the state veterans home in Bay Minette. The home, which opened in July 1995, is one of four veterans homes owned and operated by the state of Alabama to serve aging or chronically disabled veterans, the others being in Huntsville, Alexander City and Pell City. Brian McFeely, administrator for the state veterans home in Bay Minette, said he and his staff are honored to care for these men and women.

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