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A Non-Profit Serving Stanislaus County Seniors since 1965

Meet our Administration

Curt Willems

Curt Willems

Executive Director

Under the direction of the Board of Directors, is responsible for planning, directing and overseeing the total operation of the facility and all business related to it.

Richelle Birmingham

Richelle Birmingham

Director of Nursing

Responsible for directing and overseeing all phases of the Skilled Nursing Unit and Rehabilitation Care.

JENNIFER BICEK

JENNIFER BICEK

RCFE Director

Responsible for overseeing the delivery of care, training, and operations for Assisted Living including Memory Care residents.

 Sue Khim

Sue Khim

Admissions Coordinator

Responsible for supervising and coordinating all new resident admissions and inner facility transfers.

Caressa De Leon

Caressa De Leon

Office Manager

Responsible for a diverse set of administrative task. Overseeing the operations of the Business Department and processing payroll. Insuring Residents’ concerns and expectations are met.

 

Kathy Petree

Kathy Petree

Director of Dietary Services

Responsible for managing the Dietary Department to ensure that the food service is safe, appetizing and nutritious and that therapeutic diets are provided as needed.

Diana Andino

Diana Andino

Director of Resident Services

Responsible for planning, coordinating and implementing the Activity and Social Service Programs to meet the individual resident’s interests and/or needs.

Vijay Sharma

Vijay Sharma

Comptroller

Responsible for performing general accounting activities, financial reporting, budget and managing accounts payable, billings & collections.

Cody Sherron

Cody Sherron

Director of Plant Operations

Responsible for directing and overseeing all aspects of facility maintenance, housekeeping, security and fire prevention.

Amanda Clausen

Amanda Clausen

Assistant Executive Director

Oversees the Human Resources Department and supports the Executive Director by assisting with the general operations of our senior living community.