About Us

Marshall Homecare & Hospice is a locally owned and operated home health and hospice provider. We believe in local people taking care of local people. We believe that quality is exceeding what our customers expect. We recognize that our customer’s definition of quality will continue to change and that we must continue to improve both our processes and our practices if we are to continue to meet and exceed our customers’ changing expectations. We live in Marshall. We Work in Marshall. We are Marshall. The mission of Marshall Homecare & Hospice recognizes the personal value of each staff member, patient, and family member we serve. Our mission is to provide personalized services to all we serve in the environment in which they are most contented- their home.

Wes and Sandra White bought Marshall Manor Nursing and Rehab in 1999. Through the owning of this business they realized the local need for a home health and hospice provider. They saw a need within their residents at Marshall Manor and chose to begin a new business to support that need. Marshall Homecare was born in 2005 and the hospice service was added in 2008. Thus Marshall Homecare & Hospice was born the only locally owned & operated home health and hospice provider in Marshall Texas. The Whites chose to sell Marshall Manor Nursing and Rehab in 2009 when they decided that home health and hospice was a greater calling. The couple found that Marshall Homecare & Hospice allowed for them to administer a business with a more personal approach to families seeking care for their relatives in Harrison and the surrounding counties.  In July of 2015 the Whites eldest son, Brandon White, was added to the family business to help strengthen community relationships and to provide leadership for Marshall Homecare & Hospice in the future. Sandra White passed away in February of 2016 after an extended battle with cancer. She was so loved within the community for her unwavering support and endlessly giving heart. In 2017, The Sandra White Hospice Care Foundation was created. Our foundation aims to serve hospice patients who cannot financially support the cost of their medical needs. Recently the staff at Marshall Homecare & Hospice has been selling monthly meals to raise money for this meaningful foundation.


We have been voted Home health and Hospice Hometown best for 10+ years.  We at Marshall Homecare & Hospice believe in giving back to our community.  We actively support our local Chamber of Commerce, the Rotary Club of Marshall, East Texas Baptist University, Wiley College, and Marshall Independent School District.  We support our athletic programs as well as our fine arts programs.  We support the Marshall Symphony League, The Marshall Education Foundation and The Marshall-Harrison County Literacy Council. We support our local nursing programs with supply donations, shadowing programs, and by offering the Sandra White Memorial Nursing Scholarship to one outgoing senior each year that plans to study nursing at the college level.

Marshall Homecare & Hospice also gives back to our Law Enforcement and Fire Departments, by being a part of local businesses donating hams to each member of these departments every Christmas.

Annually, Marshall Homecare & Hospice partners with the Henry F. Selcer Memorial Empty Stocking Fund, to bring Christmas joy to Harrison County.

We co-sponsor a free community wide Easter Egg Hunt at the city park, along with Matthewson’s Drug Company, and Texas National Bank.

We support the Marshall Pregnancy Resource Center in their annual golf tournament fundraiser.

We support the Humane Society of Harrison County through aluminum can collections and supply donations.

We support Mission Marshall in their Read to Ride Program benefitting local third graders. We have held numerous school supply drives along with Oakwood House Assisted Living to support our independent school districts as well as fan drives to keep our elders cool in the summer. We give back to MISD by redeeming Coke Rewards from any Coca-Cola product we consume. Codes on these products can be redeemed by entering the code into the Coke Rewards system. These codes, depending on the product, are then turned into money that is given to MISD in the form of a quarterly check from Coca-Cola. We also support the Martha’s Kitchen ministry through Trinity Episcopal Church.

Annually, we present a memorial service and fellowship dinner to honor our hospice patients that have passed away in the previous year at Trinity Episcopal Church in Marshall.  Our staff presents a small program and each family is encouraged to participate. Families receive a personal invitation to be a part of this reverent event which includes a memorial memento in honor of their loved one.  This may include a butterfly release, a balloon release, or candle lighting ceremony.


Our roots are deeply planted in Marshall.  Our goal is to leave behind a “shade tree” that others will continue to benefit from and nourish, long after we have gone.