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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.

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: Heather Satterfield

Heather was born and raised in Kentucky and moved to Southern Indiana with her family in 2007 to help care for her father. She began work in healthcare as an in-home caregiver and knew she wanted to continuing serving her elders.

“My oldest daughter has a very rare chromosome disorder called Kleefstra Syndrome, so I know what goes into caring for someone close to you, someone you care about. My residents become part of my family and I love to hear their life stories and to build trusted relationships with them. This is a beautiful place we share together each day.” Heather and her husband have three daughters, Olivia, Peyten and Emma.

Memory Care Director: Tiffany West

Tiffany served as a CNA for four years, is CPR certified and received her LPN from Galen College of Nursing. She has been working with residents who experience Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia for more than five years.

“It is an honor to care for the elderly, I have a great deal of respect for my residents. Communicating with family members is a large part of my job, also and I love to let them know their loved one is well taken of and to share special or funny stories to lift everyone’s spirits.” Tiffany and her husband live in Borden with their daughter, Madison and their German Shepherd, Cooper.

Wellness Director: Aneshia Nunley

Aneshia has her Bachelor’s of Science in Criminal Justice from Indiana University Southeast and her Bachelor’s of Science in Nursing from Bellarmine University in Louisville. She is Stroke and Acute Cardiac Care certified, as well as Basic and Advanced Cardiac Life Support certified with experience in all aspects of emergency care.

“In the ER, you experience the beginning and end of life, and you learn to appreciate everything. I absolutely adore working with the older population–they are so wise. As Maya Angelou said ‘People will forget what you said, forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.’ We are focused on how we make our residents feel.”

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.