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Since she was a toddler helping her retired neighbor in the garden, Pat has always enjoyed the company of elders. Pat has experience in many aspects of aging service: caregiving, life enrichment, and case management. Pat believes becoming the Administrator at Woodland Palms is a welcome return to ensuring compassionate care for her favorite people.
When she is not at Woodland Palms, Pat enjoys road trips, reading (almost anything in print), and spending time with her family and granddaughter.
Cat Sherman has been in Senior Living for many years; from Independent living to assisted living to finding her passion in memory care. Prior to working with Seniors, Cat was a Deputy Sheriff in Michigan. Being an animal lover, she owned her own animal rescue and has rescued every animal you can imagine. Today she lives with Scooter her handicapped rescue puppy, Ming, another rescue, Jasmine the talking parrot and her husband Lee. "My dreams came true when I was hired at Woodland Palms! The staff, residents and grounds are incredible! I'm blessed and so happy to be with such a great company (Compass Senior Living)!"
A native Arizonan, Angie’s caring nature was recognized and nurtured when she was a child. She and her friends formed the First Elm Street Kids to help the elders in the neighborhood. She and her friends were often found picking up the mail, assisting with household chores, or just visiting with their neighbors. Angie continues to enjoy companionship and laughter as she develops relationships with the Woodland Palms residents.
When she is away from work, Angie is an expert coupon clipper. She can always find a great deal on basic household products. She enjoys her family and is blessed to be have her own grandmother and her grandchildren nearby to enjoy.
Tina brings a wealth of experience to the community and is implementing new and unique care plans for our residents to help improve motor and memory skills! Tina says, “Caring for Seniors has to have a unique and vibrant approach. They all have such a vast amount of life experience so the need to create a new and stimulating program is important."
Having two teenagers keep her busy but Tina finds time to travel and explore new places. She is a real music lover and enjoys live music the most.
She was born in the former Yugoslavia. She came to the United States with her husband and two sons. Boba started working at Skyline Country Club, then found a home in assisted living. She likes to learn everything about food and different ways to make it. She enjoys spending time with her grandchildren and family. Boba’s hobbies are reading and crocheting. She believes in people and loves to cook for them.
Adriana Blanton began work as a new Life Enrichment Coordinator at Woodland Palms in 2019. She has worked in the past as a caregiver and as a phlebotomist, and obtained an Associate in Liberal Arts degree from Pima Community College in Tucson, AZ in 2016. Her first job as an activities aide in 2013 introduced her to the importance for the elderly to be engaged in meaningful activities as much as possible in order to improve their quality of life. Since then, she has found this type of work very enjoyable and rewarding. She loves to get to know new people, to learn different things from everybody, and to make them feel included.
When at home, Adriana likes to read about different cultures, religions, and global issues. She takes care of her cat Little Lamb, and her two K9 pals ClouDee and Chops.
Chris has a younger brother and the two have always been the best of friends. Chris enjoys his position as Maintenance Director at Woodland Palms because it challenges his mind and he feels it builds character. When he is away from work, Chris enjoys working on a variety of art projects from painting to sculpting. He enjoys listening to and playing music, hiking, and biking as the weather permits.