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We have a great team at Regent Court Senior Living. We invite you to get to know them and come meet them in person.
In 1994 Jennifer gained experience as a nurse in long-term care, rehabilitation and dementia care. She took a position as a nurse for Sheldon Park Assisted Living and Memory Care in Eugene, Oregon in 1998 and was given the opportunity to obtain her administrator's license in 2003. Having worked with Regent Court for several years now, Jennifer became thrilled when she discovered there was an opening for an Administrator.
Throughout the years Regent Court has always felt like home. "My goals are to instill the values of love, respect, dignity and fun within a safe and secure environment for all residents, their families and staff.
Jennifer has a degree in Business Management and is a licensed nurse. She is assigned to U.S. Rep. Peter DeFazio's Congressional Team as a Federal Ambassador through the Alzheimer's Association. Jennifer has traveled to Washington DC twice to request increased research funding for Alzheimer's Disease as well as yearly trips to the state capitol to engage lawmakers in conversation regarding the needs for funding.
Jennifer is a member of Oregon Geriatrics Society and Oregon Health Care Association. She established the Western Oregon State practicum at Regent Court and is an active member of the Alzheimer's Association.
Pamela grew up as a Methodist minister’s daughter. Because of this, she has lived in many places but calls Oregon home. She made her final return to Oregon in 2018 to be closer to family. Over the years, Pamela has worked on three college degrees including a Masters in Healthcare Administration. She began her career in the senior industry in 2007 and has held many roles which include Sales and Marketing, Executive Director, and Regional Sales and Marketing. What she feels makes Regent Court Senior Living unique from the other communities she has worked in is that the team here is truly dedicated to the residents and the resident family members. This same dedication and commitment is seen amongst all the team members here at Regent Court.
When Pamela is not helping families move their loved ones into the community she enjoys running, rowing, lifting, and golfing to name a few. However, her favorite activity is spending time with her 3 children, 1 granddaughter, amazing husband, and two mastiffs named Harold and Lucy.
Amy has been living and working in Corvallis since 2011, when she was first hired at Regent Court as a caregiver. In the fall of 2017, Amy accepted the position of Receptionist for the community. In the summer of 2019, Amy became the Business Office Coordinator. She has 9 years of knowledge about the building and the residents that she cares for deeply. Amy says, “My favorite thing about working at Regent Court is that many of us have been working here for quite some time, and that fact speaks volumes. We all have a passion for helping others.” In addition to assisting the residents and family members of Regent Court, Amy enjoys gardening, hiking, spending time with her family, and taking photographs of her travels through Oregon.
Ulrike "Ully" Fleck joined Regent Court in June 2017. She was born and raised in Germany. She moved to America over 30 years ago. She has been a nurse for more than 22 years in America and has cared for those with dementia and Alzheimer's disease since 2010. When asked what attracted her to Regent Court she stated, "I liked the smaller common areas, all the residents have a choice to either stay in their environment or walk around to mingle with others". Ully likes the way activities are done in small and larger groups. Ully is compassionate about what she does and has a heart for the residents at Regent Court.
Michele Wright grew up between Nevada and Oregon. Both of which she's considered her home state. In 2000 she received her CNA license in Reno, NV and in 2018 her Associates degree in Science Human Development and Family Studies at LBCC. Michele loves the outdoors, shopping, and having lunch dates with friends, family, and staff members. She has a big family of nine and considers her six grandchildren her prized possessions.
Michele has been at Regent Court since April 2017 and has adored the many residents we have here. She has gotten to know each and every one of them with a special bond. Michele started out as a companion, then as a Med Tech, and now as the Residential Care Coordinator for Regent Court. According to Michele, "I have learned a lot from our residents and continuously learning, they give this great knowledge of their past that helps shape our future. I love coming to work and making a difference, even if it’s a short moment in time."
“Every heartfelt smile, every sincere smile, helps to heal the world.”
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.”
Maria received her CNA license at Linn Benton Community College in 1993. She has lived in Corvallis most of her life. While Maria was still in high school her papa got sick and ended up in the Corvallis Manor. She would visit pap with her grandma and saw how important it was to care for your loved ones. She wanted to be a fashion designer but realized caring for others was more important to her. Maria was adopted in1981 from Colombia and received the greatest gift, love. She has spent her life caring for others and will continue to do so. Maria has worked in a variety of facilities, settings and through word of mouth, private care. She worked for Good Samaritan Regional Medical Center for 12 years and previously worked at Regent Court Senior Living as the activities assistant and loved making the residents happy and getting to know the family members. “My favorite care has been Dementia and Alzheimer’s. I have two mottos: “Have a reason to be tired” (meaning work hard), and “be respectful of your elders.