BURNFIELD IS FIVE STAR
MANAGER FOR 4TH YEAR
Bradley Burnfield was named one of the recipients of the 2012 Dallas/Fort Worth Five Star Wealth Manager award. The award was announced by Ameriprise Financial Services, Inc.
Fewer than four percent of the 20,500 wealth managers in the Dallas/Fort Worth region were selected.
Award candidates were identified by one of three sources: firm nomination, peer nomination or pre-qualification.
Each award candidate was reviewed for disciplinary actions, customer complaints and regulatory actions as reported by regulatory agencies.
Burnfield’s office is located at 5409 Acton Highway. He can be reached at 817-326-1234 or via www.ameripriseadvisors.com/bradley.s.burnfield.
ROBERTS’ WORK FEATURED
AT BARNWELL COUNTY MUSUEM
Melissa Powell Roberts, formerly of Granbury, has a photography exhibit at the Barnwell County Museum in South Carolina.
Known as “Missy” Powell when she graduated from Granbury High School in 1987, she is the daughter of Lois VanDeVelde, of Acton.
Powell now lives with her husband and two daughters, in Barnwell, S.C.
LEGEND RETIREMENT BUYS
NEW COMMUNITY IN GRANBURY
Fort Worth-based The Covenant Group, and its affiliate Legend Retirement Corp., recently acquired the operations formerly known as The Estates on Lake Granbury.
The community is comprised of 104 units, including 87 independent living apartments and 17 independent living cottages.
This community will be rebranded and renamed Lakestone Terrace due to its location on the shores of Lake Granbury.
Legend Retirement Corp. will be redesigning the community interior and initiating several new community programs in the months to come.
Lakestone Terrace will become the second community owned by Legend Retirement Corp. in Granbury and will form an alliance with Waterview, an independent living, assisted living, and memory care community across Lake Granbury from Lakestone Terrace.
For more information about Legend Retirement Corporation, go to www.LegendRetirement.com.
LOCAL AUTHOR SHARES STORY
IN CHICKEN SOUP FOR THE SOUL
Monte Bulh was a legend in Granbury. Now his story lives on as inspiration to others in a article by Peggy Freeman, “Don’t Stop… Keep on Going!”
The story is featured in the new book, “Chicken Soup for the Soul: Think Positive for Great Health.”
Freeman, a Granbury resident, is the author of “The Coldest Day in Texas,” and “Swept Back to a Texas Future.”
She also has written numerous articles for the Chicken Soup series of books.
Monte Bulh turned 101 as a Granbury resident. He delivered Meals on Wheels long in to his 99th year. He ushered and passed a driving test when he was 100, Freeman noted.