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Welcome our new Sales and Marketing Counselor Brandy Riggs!

Since joining the Clay Center Presbyterian Manor team in December, Brandy Riggs has worked to make new residents feel comfortable from the very start.

By building relationships with current and prospective residents in the Clay Center area, Brandy works to be the go-to resource for those searching for a move to a community with a full continuum of care.

“I work with all departments at some level – from the administrator, business office, assisted living staff, healthcare staff, dining staff, housekeeping and laundry, transportation, activities, medical Records,” Brandy said. “We all collaborate to make moving into The Manor a smooth ride, and we together strive to provide quality senior care with Christian values.”

The effort has been rewarding, and has given Brandy the opportunity to build and strengthen her relationships with staff and residents.

“The residents have all been wonderful and welcoming since my start,” Brandy said. “I have participated in leading the Sit and Be Fit exercises in the morning with the activities director and meeting each new admission. I am greeting residents each morning and enjoy talking with all of them as we encounter each other throughout the day.”

Brandy prides herself on using her experience and knowledge to help create a comfortable environment for residents, smoothing the path as they make the move to Presbyterian Manor, and showcasing the PMMA values to others in the broader community.

“I am a long-time long-term care nurse who has the desire to make a difference in the lives of seniors in Clay County and the surrounding areas,” Brandy said. “I stepped away from nursing to care for my elderly mom after the recent passing of my dad in 2022. I’m using my almost 20 years of experience to serve seniors.”

When she’s not helping the Presbyterian Manor community, Brandy enjoys living in the country and helping her community. She’s served as president of the Wakefield City Council, president of the Wakefield PRIDE organization, as well as donating her time and talents to other civic-minded groups.

“I have tried to live my life without regrets and to live every day to the fullest,” Brandy said.

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