We are a LifeCare retirement community,
but we’re anything but retired.

Located in the heart of Midtown, in a beautiful tree-lined neighborhood, Trezevant is a nonprofit, faith-based, retirement community in Memphis, TN that combines modern charm with traditional Southern style. Trezevant boasts the best offerings in LifeCare; we host independent living, assisted living, memory care, and Health and Rehabilitation Center all in one community.

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Edward H. Little & Suzanne Trezevant Little

Our Roots

Four decades ago, Edward H. Little established Trezevant to honor his wife, Suzanne Trezevant Little. She was an exceptional woman who devoted much of her adult life to philanthropic efforts throughout the United States, focusing on schools, colleges, churches and hospitals, especially in the Memphis area.

Today, Trezevant has grown into the Midsouth’s leader in senior living and is beloved by families for generations.

Our Mission

Each day, we will serve as a premier LifeCare community and a celebration of life for senior adults, serving each, enriching each, personalizing and securing peace of mind for all of their lives.

The Trezevant Foundation

The Trezevant Foundation was created in 1981 and chartered as a separate not-for-profit entity to support Trezevant’s commitment to each LifeCare resident. The Foundation’s mission is to enhance the quality of life of current and future residents while providing support to staff seeking educational advancement. The Trezevant Foundation provides support to residents, staff, families and area non-profits in Memphis, Tennessee. Residents who can no longer meet the financial requirements are supported by foundation donations. Trezevant staff/employees can apply for scholarships to further their education and the foundation also supports other non-profits in the Memphis and Mid-South area.

The Trezevant Foundation is used to enhance the function and activities of the Trezevant community that include both independent and assisted living facilities.


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Altar given to the glory of God and in loving memory of Betty Hunt Pyeat by her husband Wayne W. Peatt

Meet OurLeadership Team

Kent Phillips

Chief Executive Officer

Kent Phillips joined the Trezevant team in March of 2015 as CEO, continuing a career dedicated to serving seniors in operations, finance, and consulting roles. Kent received his MBA, with honors, from the University of Texas. He has 35 years of experience in senior healthcare and most recently served as CFO and COO at Virginia Baptist Homes in Richmond, Virginia.

Donald Selheimer

Chief Financial Officer

Don Selheimer has over 32 years of experience in the industry and has worked for companies that include Ernst & Young, KPMG, Peninsula United Methodist Homes (PUMH) and CRSA Management, LLC (now Life Care Services). Don served as senior vice president of finance and accounting services for CRSA Management, LLC, and most recently as chief financial officer for the Village at Germantown. Don received his M.A. in Finance and his B.S. in Commerce and Business Administration, both from the University of Alabama.

Paul Martin

Vice President - Health and Wellness

Paul Martin joined the Trezevant team in October of 2015 as Administrator of Allen Morgan. He received his BA from Centre College of Kentucky and his MPH from the University of Southern Mississippi. Paul spent the last 15 years in the hospitality industry honing his skills working with owners of hotels. Paul has more than 30 years of management experience and has run skilled nursing facilities in Tennessee and Mississippi in his past for Mariner Post Acute Network.

Board ofDirectors and Trustees

The Trezevant Board of Directors and Trustees provide outstanding leadership by upholding the vision, purpose and values of Trezevant and serve to set the broad policies, direction and priorities of our community. They give generously of their time and talents to help our community fulfill our mission of providing rewarding and secure retirement lifestyle.

Bruce Hopkins

Chairman, Board of Directors

Bruce Hopkins is retired from First Horizon as Chairman of the West Tennessee Region.  He currently serves as Board Member Development Chair for the Memphis River Parks Partnership.  Bruce has served on the Board of St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital, the Greater Memphis Chamber, the Memphis Museum, Phoenix, Inc., Boys Clubs of Memphis, the American Cancer Society, Memphis Arts Council, Economic Club of Memphis, Presbyterian Day School and the Memphis Hunt and Polo Club.  Bruce graduated Hampden-Sydney College in Virginia, attended graduate school at UT Knoxville and LSU Banking School of the South.  

Hunt Campbell

Vice-Chair, Board of Directors

 Hunt Campbell currently serves as Regional President Tennessee at Guaranty Bank & Trust.  Hunt served as the senior officer of First Alliance Bank for more than 20 years. Hunt completed his Bachelor of Business Administration at Emory University in Atlanta and is a graduate of the Tennessee School of Banking and earned a Professional Master of Banking diploma through the Executive Banking Institute.  Campbell is a former Board member of the Tennessee Banker’s Association, and currently serves as a member of the Tennessee Banker’s Association Governmental Affairs Committee. 

Estella Mayhue-Greer

Secretary, Board of Directors

Estella Mayhue-Greer became President and CEO of Mid-South Food Bank in 2011. Having been with Mid-South Food Bank since 1996, she was promoted to Director of Programs in 2002, and in 2004, became Senior Vice President and COO. Having received Bachelor's and Master's degrees in Communication from the University of Memphis, Mrs. Mayhue-Greer has served as a lecturer at Christian Brothers University, and an adjunct instructor at the University of Memphis. She has maintained her own public relations and marketing firm, which has worked with the City of Memphis, Methodist Health Systems, and the Regional Medical Center. Mrs. Mayhue-Greer currently serves on the UT Health Science Center Community Advisory Board. During 2015, she was a recipient of the Humanitarian Award, and was named one of Memphis Business Journal’s “Super Women in Business.”

Board of Directors

Bruce Hopkins, Chair
L. Hunt Campbell, Vice-Chair
Estella Mayhue-Greer, Secretary
Shade Robinson, Immediate Past Chair
Oscar P. Adams
Calvin Anderson
Robert (Bob) Craddock
Trow Gillespie

The Reverend Mimsy Jones
Michael Keeney
Dana Nash, M.D.
C. Penn Owen III
The Rt. Rev. Phoebe Roaf, Bishop Episcopal Diocese of W. TN
Dell Steiner
G. Randolph Turner, M.D.
A C Wharton, Jr.
George F. Wortham III, M.D.

Trezevant Foundation Trustees

Scott J. Crosby, Chair
Martha Boyd
Ken Clark
Collie Krausnick
Ashley Remmers

Paula Jacobson, Trezevant Foundation Executive Director

Careers at Trezevant

Trezevant offers a working environment with a true sense of family and community. As an employee, you will be part of our dedicated team whose daily work is valued and truly appreciated by the residents, families and administration. We have more than 385 full-time and part-time staff members in a variety of care and service positions.

Contact: hr@trezevantmanor.org

Trezevant is an equal opportunity employer and a drug-free workplace.

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