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!
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 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.
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, Certified Human Resources Specialist (CHRS)
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 bachelors of science 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.