At Clay Center Presbyterian Manor, service starts at the top. Our mission is to provide quality services guided by Christian values, and each of us promises to live out this mission every day.
Christian was named Presbyterian Manor’s executive director in April 2017. He has served in a variety of capacities at several senior living communities. He started his career in planning and executing activities for residents before becoming a certified nurse aide. From there, he entered the Administrator-In-Training program in the Overland Park area, and has served as an assistant administrator and administrator for a Colorado-based senior living community system. Christian graduated from Washburn University with a Bachelor in History, and completed his Master’s in Healthcare Administration from the University of Cincinnati in 2018.
Christi joined Presbyterian Manor in April 2019. She has spent the past 20 years in customer service and sales management and worked extensively in membership development and retention in the banking and credit union industries. She received a bachelor’s of science degree form Kansas State University. She likes to spend her spare time with her family and friends, enjoying a great meal, live music or a glass of lemonade on a deck somewhere.
Nursing, Assisted Living and Home Health Director
Jessica joined Clay Center Presbyterian Manor in July 2011 and was named health services, assisted living and home health director in August 2015. She has worked in Long-Term Care and rehabilitation in various positions from making beds to resident care since 2000. Most recently, she was the quality assurance and restorative nurse for Presbyterian Manor. She received her LPN and an associate’s degree in nursing from Southeast Community College in Beatrice, Neb. She is resident assessment coordinator certified.
Human Resource Director
Shannon has been with Clay Center Presbyterian Manor since January 2004. She previously worked in administrative services with Kansas Care, in Concordia, Kansas, and served as program director for Little Saints Day School in Overland Park, Kansas, and Lakeview Village Child Development in Lenexa, Kansas. Shannon has a bachelor’s degree in education from Kansas State University and is a member of the Kappa Delta educational honorary society and the Phi Theta Kappa honor society. She is a member of St. Augustine Catholic Church in Washington, Kansas, where she serves as catechism instructor.
Life Enrichment Director
Anica joined the Presbyterian Manor team in December 2016 and was named life enrichment director in December 2019. She has worked as transportation aide, restorative nurse assistant and CNA. Before joining Presbyterian Manor, she worked as a cosmetologist at Mane Effect, where she still works a couple of nights a week. Anica enjoys attending her children’s sporting events, taking family vacations and spending time outdoors with their dogs.
Environmental Services Director
Kent came to Presbyterian Manor in October 2014 as the director of environmental services. Prior to joining Presbyterian Manor he was self-employed. He is a member of Rotary, Gideons and the Christian Motorcycle Association. He studied business at Bethany College.
Accounting & Administrative Assistant
Shelley joined Presbyterian Manor in January 2018 as administrative assistant and took on her new role in accounting in February 2019. She owned her own businesses in remodeling and computer sales and service before entering the health care field and working as business office manager for two senior living communities. She has experience in customer service and also works for Farmer’s Insurance. She studied business management at Metro Community College in Omaha, Neb., and has volunteered with a children’s summer lunch program.
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Social Services Designee
Taylor joined the Presbyterian Manor team in February 2020. She previously worked in customer care and as a paraprofessional for the Crisis Center LLC in Manhattan before beginning her social work career for the Department for Children and Families as a child protection specialist. She has a bachelor’s degree in social work from Kansas State University. She is part of the KSU Social Work Community Advisory Committee, a Habitat for Humanity volunteer and a Court Appointed Special Advocate.
Pet Therapy Specialist