It’s October 1967. Cool autumn breezes are blowing across rural north Alabama.
A young woman is ready to step into a health care career. It’s time for her job interview. Dressed in a neatly pressed nursing uniform, she nervously walks through the front door of her local nursing home.
The late Jim Moody, founder of Hanceville Nursing & Rehab Center, sees promise in this 18-year-old. He hires the licensed practical nurse to help his growing business.