Meet Our Staff
Staff longevity is a hallmark of Randall Residence communities. And Randall Residence of Centerville is creating a team built for the long-term. Our team of hard-working, compassionate caregivers and support staff take pride in the loving care provided to our residents. As the senior living industry evolves and grows, the Randall Residence team continues to set the standard for quality care in Montgomery County. Listening to and acting on the needs and concerns of residents, families and staff is our mission.
Come meet the team!
Ken Scribner brings to Randall Residence of Centerville a depth of experience in many diverse fields: humanitarian relief, education, philanthropy, healthcare, business, and senior living and care. Ken views senior living and care through the lens of harmony, health, and wholeness that is both relational and relevant. Ken and his wife have 2 children, they have been married for 21 years, and 13 of those years her parents – Romanian immigrants, have lived with them. Ken counts it an honor to be chosen as the Executive Director of Randall Residence of Centerville and to be entrusted with the opportunity to hire and inspire the team of caregivers who will join him in service and devotion to the residents and their families. Remember when "I" is replaced by "WE", even illness becomes wellness!
Director of Sales and Marketing
Amy Foley shares with Randall Residence of Centerville nearly a lifetime of experience living and working in the area. She and her husband, Greg, raised their two daughters in Centerville and now the entire family, including three grandsons, calls this area “home”. Amy brings two decades of sales experience to the Community and looks forward to bonding with future residents while watching Randall Residence of Centerville come to life!
Move In Coordinator
Kiley joined Randall Residence in 2013 at our Tipp City location. She started in high school and continued working for Randall Residence while going to The University of Kentucky. Kiley has a special love and respect for the senior population, as she grew up with her grandmother in her house and from the years of working at Randall Residence of Tipp City. She understands the move must be a smooth transition that involves a family process where the end result is a resident that has found a new place to call home. In her free time she enjoys spending time with her dog Trinity, her family, and managing her own business where she designs and creates dog bow ties.