Our Team

We have a great team at Regent Court Senior Living. We invite you to get to know them and come meet them in person.

Becca Hosner, Administrator


Becca has worked with seniors since 2006, starting as a caregiver. In August 2011, Becca joined Regent Court Senior Living. She received her Administrator certification and continues her education through training from the Oregon Patient Safety Commission and the Oregon Health Care Association. Becca says, “Families feel at peace when they leave their loved ones in our care. That is why I truly love my job. It feeds my soul in a way that nothing else can.”

Alejandro Alvarez, Dining Services Director


Alex was a Resident Aide and Medication Aide before moving to dining services—so he understands our residents very well. His first experience as a cook was at the Miramar Beach Restaurant in Half Moon Bay. Alex says, “The residents are what make my job pleasurable. When you’re having a rough day, you can always count on a resident to put a smile on your face.”

Alejandro Alvarez, Dining Services Director

Tim Rush, Building Services Director


Tim’s experience with building services began with managing a renovation crew for a large apartment community in 2004. Since that time, he has dedicated himself to continued education and volunteering within the community. He is currently the League President for a local Little League and loves working with the many families that participate every year. Tim Says, “As a veteran, I was taught the value of selfless service. So, having the privilege to get to know each resident and their families, while being given the opportunity to make a difference in their experience, truly makes what I do very rewarding.” 

Katie Graville, Community Relations Director


Born in Brookings and raised in Junction City, Katie has been an Oregonian all her life. As a child, she had a passion for people and a compassionate heart. After graduating from Junction City High School, Katie became a caregiver in an assisted living community, was quickly moved into a Med Aide position, and later promoted to a shift supervisor. In 2012, Katie continued her education by taking pre-nursing courses at Lane Community College and then transferred to Western Oregon University, where she pursued a Bachelor of Science in Community Health Education with an emphasis in Human Biology. While studying for her undergrad, Katie spent four years managing her own business as a birth doula and has attended over 65 births. Katie’s heart continues to be drawn to caring for seniors, though. She wants to make the biggest positive impact she can in as many lives as possible. Katie has an adventurous spirit and loves to spend time outdoors either hiking, exploring, or star gazing. Katie also loves to learn and frequently engages in life-long learning opportunities. She is very active in her community, including volunteering on the Service Integration Committee for Polk County, an active participant in the Alzheimer’s Association Planning Committee for local events, and helping wherever she is needed.

Katie Graville, Community Relations Director