Our staff of professionals is trained in everything from the latest medical care and therapies to healthy and delicious meal preparation. Yet we make room for compassionate connection with residents to take precedence over the necessities of our job descriptions.
We are skilled professionals, yes. And we are here to connect with you in the spontaneous moments that make your life (and ours) more meaningful.
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Executive Director: Natalie Stone
Natalie sets the tone at Hunter Station with a mix of healthcare experience and one-on-one resident engagement. She holds a Bachelor’s in Nursing and has had close to 20 years experience in senior care. Natalie also subscribes wholly to the Traditions value of invisible healthcare, the kind that happens in the course of an ordinary day in the comfort of a resident’s home.
“My staff of professionals truly have servant hearts. We are hands-on, interacting and listening to both residents and family members, who often have a difficult time making the decision to find the right place for their loved one. But we find family members feel a sense of relief and joy at how well cared for their loved one is, how happy he or she is and how they can go back to being a family member, rather than a caregiver.” Natalie and her husband have three children and two foster children. They recently adopted a two-year-old little girl named Ava.
Community Relations Director: Darci Underwood
Darci holds a BA in Liberal Arts from Franklin College and has had more than 25 years experience in long-term care admissions and as a community service director. She began her journey as a caregiver, realizing that families often needed quite a bit of support transitioning a loved one to long-term care and that she was well-equipped to help.
“It is a joy and privilege to work here! When we first opened, we had residents who had been waiting to move in for some time. One of these residents moved into Memory Care. Seeing the way this removed the burden of care and worry from her husband’s life really left an impression on me. I love seeing residents’ faces light up when we connect with them and the way we can impact their entire family’s lives.” Darci and her husband, Mike have been married for 10 years and she is the proud mother to two step daughters and sons-in-law, a step son and two grandchildren.
Memory Care Director: Brittney Vincent
Britney attended both Spencerian College and Sullivan University and has worked in the medical field most of her life as a nurse, Wellness Director and Memory Care Director. She is a Certified Dementia Practitioner (CDP) and American Heart Basic Life Support Instructor.
“I love creating moments of joy with our residents, their families and our staff. We really work to incorporate meaning into everyone’s lives with things like music therapy, playing instruments and singing or working on civic engagement projects, like making blankets or dog treats for the community. It is a privilege being a part of my residents’ lives.” Brittney has been married to a fellow nurse for 16 years and has a three-year-old son, Jaxson and two-year-old daughter, Zoe.
Executive Chef & Culinary Director: Kim Williams
Chef Kim was born and raised in Memphis, TN and is proud to infuse her kitchen with southern hospitality. She graduated from Sullivan University and regularly participated in the annual Tasting Extravaganza at the Olmsted Masonic Homes in Louisville, KY, an event that raises money for the Kentuckian Stroke Association.
“I believe the key to our residents’ hearts is through exemplary food and I bring it to them with joy. I love to prepare a diverse selection of foods and to delight people with their favorites, an experience that creates and brings back happy memories.” When not at Hunter Station, Kim enjoys spending time with her husband and two children.