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Our Staff

Erica Holman, CEO, Administrator

I started working for the Clinton Area Care Center in September 2020. Since 1995, I have been licensed as a nursing home administrator. I am also a licensed clinical social worker, as well as earning licensure in casualty & property insurance. I received my bachelor’s degree from the University of Massachusetts and a master’s degree from Michigan State University.

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. 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.

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, 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 Officer and A/R Specialist

I’ve worked at Hazel Findlay since September 2015. I have an associate degree in nursing (ADN) and a bachelor’s degree in health care administration.

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 four 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!

Jami Fell, Admissions Coordinator

I have been a nurse for more than 30 years in various different roles. I enjoy helping potential residents and families no matter what I am doing. Now, I get to help them with the decision of coming to a SNF (skilled nursing facility) whether it is for short-term or long-term and make it a smooth transition for them.

What do you like best about working at Hazel Findlay?  From the start everyone was so nice and helpful. The staff is very close and helps one another.  The residents appear happy and cared for.

Fun Fact: I joined the Army after high school and although only there a short time, it made me the very independent and strong person I am today.

Amy Huff, RN, Infection Preventionist

I have been a nurse at Hazel Findlay for more than 30 years and have served as the infection preventionist since 2007.  I am certified in infection prevention and control and am active with the Association for Professionals in Infection Control and Epidemiology. I am also a member of our local Emergency Operations Committee for Clinton County and District 1 Regional Medical Response Coalition.

What do you enjoy about working at Hazel Findlay? Serving the community where I was born and raised is very fulfilling. The friendships I have found here are equally rewarding.

Fun Fact: I enjoy writing and making pottery.

Kim Higbie, Business Office Manager

I have worked for Hazel Findlay for almost 40 years. I started as a receptionist in 1982 and then moved to other duties in the business office. I got married in 1985 and left to pursue other avenues. I returned to Hazel Findlay in 1987 as the payroll administrator/business office specialist. I took my current position of business office manager in December 2021.

What do you enjoy about working at Hazel Findlay? I really love the Work Family atmosphere. We work as a team and support each other. I have been with this company for most of my life and have developed lasting friendships and a love for my coworkers and the residents we serve.

Fun Fact: I have nine amazing grandchildren – seven girls and two boys. I enjoy camping, traveling and spending time with my family.

Madison McIntyre, Team Growth Officer

I have been a part of our amazing Work Family since 2015 in many different roles. I have served as a CNA, nursing scheduler, admissions coordinator and the current team growth officer in our business office.

What do you enjoy about working at Hazel Findlay? I enjoy being part of an amazing team where I am supported. Hazel Findlay has trained me for each role I’ve held.

Fun fact: I can hula hoop really well!

Kari Sodman-Orth, Facility Assistant

I started in 2000 in the nurse aide training program. I have a Bachelor of Science degree from MSU.  I also attended Ferris State University to study long-term care administration. At Hazel Findlay I have been an aide, a scheduler, the admissions coordinator – sometimes all at the same time!

What do you enjoy about working at Hazel Findlay? No doubt, our work family and our residents and their family members. I love being a part of living and fulfilling our mission.

Fun Fact: All of my grandparents and my mother have lived at Hazel Findlay.