Dedicated to Providing Exceptional Assisted Living Care

Welcome to Always Home at Saddlehorn, your premier destination for outstanding assisted living. Our facility, formerly a bustling family home, was converted into a 16-bed residential type B home in 2010.

Over the years, it has seen the successful operation by a dedicated family who, after their children moved on to pursue further education, decided to sell the property in 2021.

Captivated by the charm and potential of this property, we decided to continue their legacy.

Our team, led by the experienced Ramona, who has been in the industry since 1986, is committed to providing exceptional personal care service.

We offer comprehensive care management services, including medication management, to ensure our residents' health and well-being.

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Staff List

Ramona Williams, Manager

Over 35 years of experience in health care. Began as a medical technologist, and moved to marketing and administration.

Experienced administrator, in quality and process improvement plans, IT platform implementation trainer, involving systems development, the integration, analysis, and interpretation of clinical and financial data, and strategic planning.

Over ten years at UT School of Nursing as an instructor for adult learners in primarily post-graduate work. Experience with multiple healthcare reimbursement models. A skilled collaborator. Multi-facility and product-line experience.

Jessica McKee Bryze, Assistant Manager

Born in 1978 in Albuquerque, New Mexico. She is a mom to a 26-year-old daughter who is also in healthcare. Jessica started working with residents in 1998 after working alongside her mother and grandmother.

She also care for her father, when he became ill. He died in 2007. In her spare time, she cares for and rehabilitates rescue animals and loves photography. She is also an ordained minister.

Johnathan Bryze, Caregiver

Jessica’s husband. He works (PRN) as needed. He cared for his grandfather for several years. He has a full-time job as a manager in a large retail discount store.

Tanya Russell, Caregiver

Born on April 7, 1989, in Hazel Crest, IL. She started working in healthcare in 2009. She always loved and cared for many people though out her life. On January 11, 2014, she became a mom to a beautiful daughter, named Taniyah.

She worked as a caregiver to become experienced in providing care and services to her loved ones. On May 13, 2023, she moved to Katy, Texas. She plans to start her career by studying to become a nurse.

Callie Youngblood, Caregiver

She works part-time between semester breaks. Callie started nursing school in January, 2024. She has two sisters that have volunteered at Always Home. She has a brother, too.

Callie is the oldest child. Her Mom is a botanist and her Dad is a CPA. She studies a lot because she wants to become a Director of Nursing one day and serve many people.

Zander Lunsford, Caregiver

Born in California, raised in Minnesota, came to Texas, asap. Worked at the Renaissance Fair in Magnolia. What a blast! I am a kid at heart. Raised by my grandparents and great-grandparents. I was taught at a very young age, to respect your elders and don't talk back. I have ice and fresh water fished. Fresh water fishing is much warming. When not working, he plays games and enjoys reading.

Holly Semien, Caregiver

Holly is a dedicated caregiver with a wealth of experience, having worked in caregiving for most of her adult life. Originally from the Beaumont area, Holly brings a compassionate approach to her work, ensuring the well-being and comfort of those under her care. 

Sharen Sulton, Caregiver

I was born and raised in Jackson, Mississippi, and am a good cook. I started in 2021 as a food service worker, at the University Medical Center in Jackson, Mississippi. Discovered I enjoyed working directing with the patients. In 2022, I became a Certified Nurse Assistant. Worked at a large assisted living in Flowood, MS. Always Home is my first residential assisted living. I have found the size of the environment does make the care giving more personal and friendly.