Our Staff

Erica Holman, CEO, Administrator

I started working for the company in September 2020.  I have a BA from the University of Massachusetts and a Master’s Degree from Michigan State University.  My professional licenses are as a Nursing Home Administrator since 1995, licensed clinical MSW, and licensed in Casualty & Property Insurance.

What do you enjoy about working at Hazel Findlay?

I love everything about working here. I’m blessed and humbled to help direct care of the residents and patients. I’m grateful for the family involvement. The Work Family here is amazing! This is a wonderful group of people. I also love the fact that we are proudly NON PROFIT.  As a non-profit company, the entire emphasis on our work is mission-driven. Our mission was established in 1978 by the founders of the company, “Our mission is to help people live to their highest potential as individuals who seek independence, good health, and personal fulfillment.” Originally, the mission included the word “older” and one of the Work Family suggested we remove “older” since we care for younger people, too, and because the mission applies to EVERYONE in our community – employees, residents, tenants at the apartment building and so on.

Fun Fact:

I belong to an all-women running group and we’ve run a 200-mile, 36-hour long relay race for several years. We’ve been the only all-women team most years! I also love to read and crochet and hang out with my family.

Amy Stoll, RN, Director of Nursing

I started working at Hazel Findlay after I graduated high school in 2001. I took the Nurse Aide Training Program here to become a Certified Nursing Assistant. I worked nights and took classes to become a Licensed Practical Nurse in 2009, and then became a Registered Nurse in 2010. I worked on nights as a charge nurse until September 2011 when I became the Assistant Director of Nursing for South and West Halls. Then in 2020, I became the Director of Nursing. Currently, I am also continuing my education to become certified in wound care and gerontology.

What do you enjoy about working at Hazel Findlay?

I enjoy working with a “work family”. We are all striving and dedicated to supporting our mission. We have an excellent teamwork approach in this building.

Fun Fact:

I love hunting and fishing.

Sandy Fossano, Grievance Offer and A/R Specialist

I’ve worked at Hazel Findlay for almost 7 years! I started in September 2015. I have an Associate Degree in Nursing (ADN) and a Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) in Health Care Management.

What do you enjoy about working at Hazel Findlay?

 I am able to help our residents and their family members by offering guidance in the skilled nursing process as related to Medicare and insurance coverage. I also provide assistance with Medicaid for long-term care. I lead with a servant’s heart and love having a work family.

Fun Fact:

 I compete with both of my horses, in reining and western dressage. I horseback ride 4 nights a week, and on weekends. My dog Louie helps me serve at Hazel Findlay. He knows sign language and we enjoy visiting with our residents!

Jessica Constine, Admissions Coordinator

I began working for Hazel Findlay in September of 2021. Before joining the team, I went to Grand Valley State University and graduated with a Bachelors’s in Science.

What do you enjoy about working at Hazel Findlay?

I enjoy working with the older generation and also working at a nonprofit with a great leadership team and strong community.

Fun Fact:

I love taking walks with my German Shepard, being with friends and family, gardening, and enjoying anything that involves a body of water.