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We have a great team at Wyndemere Assisted Living. We invite you to get to know them and come meet them in person.
Eileen English, Administrator, has worked with elders for more than 40 years and feels her work is a passion, not a job. She was born and raised in Buffalo, New York, and later became a Coast Guard wife - which took her all over the country. She has lived in many states but is happy to now be in Wisconsin near two of her grandchildren. In her free time, Eileen enjoys being outside hiking, kayaking and camping, and spending time with her two sons and three grandchildren.
Shelley started at Wyndemere in 2015. She earned her L.P.N. certification in 1985 and spent her career in geriatrics since the early 1990’s. She loves working with the residents and families to personalize care to make their stay as comfortable and welcoming as possible. Shelley is originally from Champaign, Illinois. This is where her grown son lives. Her grown daughter lives near Eagle River, Wisconsin. Just recently she was able to welcome the newest addition to her family--a grand-puppy! When she isn’t at work she enjoys antiquing, car shows, festivals, and trying new restaurants. She loves being able to just hop in the car with no destination in mind and time spent in the Northwoods of Wisconsin and Michigan.
Ginger started at Wyndemere in 1997. In that time, she has been in many different roles--most recently becoming the Wellness Coordinator for our Aspen and Birch houses. Ginger loves working closely with the residents to make them smile and try to brighten everyone’s day. She spends time showing staff how to provide the best care possible. In her free time, she loves riding on her Harley with her husband. Most recently, Ginger took a trip to Maine, stopping in New York to see family. Ginger has a grown son, and two grown step-sons. She has a grandson and a granddaughter and loves spending time with them whenever she can!
Michele started at Wyndemere in 2013. Michele has been in the dietary field since her teenage years. She took her Dietary Manager’s class through a correspondence course in the state of Florida. She has always enjoyed cooking from a young age and loves being able to find meals the residents will enjoy and personalizing to each individual’s diet. When she’s not at work, Michele enjoys time with her husband, Jim, and their two children, Amber and Lewis. Her hobbies include swimming, snowshoeing, and fishing.