Tiffany Wilson, the new Chamber of Commerce executive director, has introduced a program to put the spotlight on Pacific people and businesses.

In her July 11, Friday Update, which is emailed to members, Wilson placed the spotlight on Bristol Manor, located at 2049 Rose Lane. The firm offers longterm care of senior adults in small rural communities.

Wilson visited the center and wrote a review of her experience.

“It was like walking into a home, not a business, “Wilson said. “I’m very happy to report that Bristol Manor was nicely decorated, clean and very welcoming.

“From the comfortable looking family room to the cozy kitchen table, Bristol Manor reminded me of walking into someone’s home.

“Manager Greg Burton took the time to talk to me about the company and what they specialize in. I think it’s fantastic Pacific has somewhere our seniors can live independently, but yet aided by professionals.

“I can only imagine the peace of mind that must give to the residents’ loved ones when they can’t be there to help take care of them.”

Bristol Manor offers both long-term and short-term residential care.

Wilson urges anyone who needs extra care recovering from an illness, or someone who may need a helping hand long term, to call Bristol Manor.

Bristol Manor has been providing residential care since 1990, offering personal care services such as meal preparation, housekeeping, laundry services, medication distribution, activities and staffed 24 hours a day.

For more information about Bristol Manor, contact Greg Burton at 636-257-8020 or visit