Veterans’ Victory House, Home of the Greatest Generations, is a 220-bed state-of-the-art nursing care facility operated
by Advantage Veterans Services of Walterboro for the South Carolina Department of Mental Health. The Veterans
Victory House is located in Walterboro, SC at 2461 Sidneys Road just off US 17 Alternate. The nursing home comprises
126,000 square feet on a 20-acre site. With a staff of 250, the $28 Million facility is one of the most modern of its kind in
the United States. It has three nursing units with 56 beds each, as well as a 52 bed secured dementia unit.
Dedicated Saturday, November 11, 2006, on the observance of Veterans’ Day, and following Walterboro’s first annual
Veterans’ Day Parade, the facility is comprised of five pavilions, each named in honor of a South Carolinian who made
great personal sacrifice furthering the cause of freedom around the world:
Boatswain's Mate First Class James Elliott Williams, Medal of Honor recipient, U.S. Navy, Vietnam;
Lance Corporal Rodney J. Williams, U.S. Marine Corps, Beirut, Lebanon;
Captain John H. Truluck, U.S. Air Force, World War II Ace;
Staff Sergeant Eugene A. Lyons, U.S. Army, World War II; and
Master Sergeant Francis S. Currey, Medal of Honor recipient, U.S. Army, World War II.