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Staff longevity is a hallmark of Randall Residence communities. 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 Troy, Ohio. Listening to and acting on the needs and concerns of residents, families and staff is our mission.
Executive DirectorRandall Residence of Troy
Jessica has worked in healthcare since 2012, when she decided to make a positive impact in the lives of seniors. Jessica has worked many roles at Randall Residence of Troy, including floor nurse, Health and Wellness Director, and eventually Executive Director. She enjoys bonding with the residents and their families and making people smile. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her family and taking care of her many animals.
Director of Sales & Marketing
Beth has been serving in the healthcare field for almost 30 years. Prior to working at Randall Residence, Beth served as a USAF medic for 10 years with deployment to Iraq. Her true passion has always been serving seniors and working with their families and has made this her life's mission. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her husband and two daughters, playing with her Pomeranian and cats, shopping, camping, and being a cheer mom.
Business Office Coordinator
Jerika's love for taking care of seniors came from taking care of her grandmother during the last few years of her life. Her favorite part of the job is hearing all of the fun stories from the residents about their lives and getting to know them. In her free time, Jerika enjoys being outside with her daughters, camping and ATV riding with her husband, and playing with her dog.
Health and Wellness Director
Jacquelyn has been a nurse for over 32 years. She knows how hard it is to make the decision to move your loved one in to a community after having to make that same decision for her mother, who was diagnosed with Early Onset Alzheimer's Disease. For that reason, Jacquelyn strives to make the transition as smooth as possible for the residents and their families. She loves spending time with the residents. In her free time, Jacquelyn can be found spending time with her husband, children, and grandchildren.