John was described by one resident as having, “boundless energy and enthusiasm and a penchant for sweets.”
John has been a part of the Sugar Hill team since its inception in 1997. John joined Sugar Hill as a Facilities Assistant and is credited, along with the previous Facilities Manager, of “creating what you see today.”
From stonewalls, landscaping, and walking paths to continuous upkeep of all the facilities – John is a jack of all trades. John was promoted to Facilities Manager in 2006 and has not looked back. John along with his team, oversees the maintenance and care of the entire facility, inside and out.
John enjoys the “family feeling” at Sugar Hill with both the residents and the rest of the Sugar Hill team.
John is a native of Wolfeboro, and along with his wife Andrea, is raising two boys, Jacob and Joshua.
Elena started her career at Sugar Hill the day it opened as a part-time cook. Working her way up the culinary ladder, she became the Chef Manager in 2002.
Over the last 13 years she has brought the dining experience and food quality to such a level that many residents describe our dining room as, “the best restaurant in the area”.
Priding herself on using only fresh ingredients, the Sugar Hill menu changes daily. Elena and her team, are always looking for ways to improve the dining experience, often using resident’s recipes of their own favorites. Elena oversees a kitchen that serves three meals a day for Assisted Living and dinner six nights a week, with brunch on Sundays for the independent residents.
Keeping it in the family, Elena’s husband is also a chef. When she is not at Sugar Hill, Elena enjoys spending time with her three grandchildren.
“We are one big family here at Sugar Hill”.
Anne joined the Sugar Hill team in December of 2012. Her initial title was “Nurse Manager”, but in 2015 was promoted to “Administrator of Assisted Living at Sugar Hill.”
Anne brings a wealth of experience to the Assisted Living operation at Sugar Hill. Prior to arriving at Sugar Hill, Anne was the Director of Nursing at a Neuro-Rehabilitation facility. Anne oversees the fifteen unit facility and a staff of ten.
Anne enjoys the holistic nursing approach to her resident’s health and well-being. Anne says it is the combination of administrative and clinical nursing that makes the job so enjoyable, not to mention the wonderful residents, their families and the staff.
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