About The Sherick

The Sherick is a retirement home for active, vibrant women seeking independence, community and sisterhood.

 

The beautiful, manicured grounds are nestled comfortably in a quiet neighborhood. Each lady may enjoy the respite of her private room and the company of her fellow residents in the numerous community rooms.

 

Sherick residents are provided nutritious, family-style meals, weekly housekeeping and linen service, 24-hour staff and security, transportation assistance and more!

Our History

Throughout our 60+ years, The Sherick has been home to hundreds of women. Tucked away in the heart of Lubbock, this hidden jewel has provided immaculate facilities, beautiful surroundings, independent living and a legacy of care and service.

 

It all started with a frugal rancher named Ida Mae Sherick Oldham. She was a smart businesswoman with a caring heart and a vision. In her will, written in 1963, she made provisions for a retirement home for women to be built in Lubbock, Texas. In 1959, construction began on the A.C. Sherick Memorial Home.

 

The Sherick has grown over the years, beginning with only 18 resident rooms. After several additions and renovations, there are currently 31 rooms available. Many improvements to the common areas have been carefully incorporated, keeping in mind the timeless beauty of the facility and the changing needs of our residents in mind.

The Sherick provides a wide range of floor plan options to best suit our residents.

Location

2502 Utica Avenue

Lubbock, TX 79407

806.799.8600

Directions: The Sherick is most easily accessed by turning east on 24th Street from Slide Road.