Lonny Davis owns Davis Guest Homes, which include five facilities with a sixth to come on line soon. Most are in Ceres. He houses people with mental illnesses, most of whom are conserved by counties through the court system. Pictured on March 9, 2017, Davis stands in front of a sauna-like room used to kill bacteria in the clothing and other items brought to the facility by some mentally ill and formerly homeless people conserved at his facility in Ceres.
Lonny Davis owns Davis Guest Homes, which include five facilities with a sixth to come on line soon. Most are in Ceres. He houses people with mental illnesses, most of whom are conserved by counties through the court system. Pictured on March 9, 2017, Davis stands in front of a sauna-like room used to kill bacteria in the clothing and other items brought to the facility by some mentally ill and formerly homeless people conserved at his facility in Ceres. Jeff Jardine jjardine@modbee.com
Lonny Davis owns Davis Guest Homes, which include five facilities with a sixth to come on line soon. Most are in Ceres. He houses people with mental illnesses, most of whom are conserved by counties through the court system. Pictured on March 9, 2017, Davis stands in front of a sauna-like room used to kill bacteria in the clothing and other items brought to the facility by some mentally ill and formerly homeless people conserved at his facility in Ceres. Jeff Jardine jjardine@modbee.com

Jeff Jardine

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