Carriage Inn of Dayton – Beatrice Tartt
Carriage Inn of Steubenville/Carriage House – Kim Merritt
Gables Care Center – Brenda Clark
Meadows of Cadiz – Ian Young
Meadows of Scioto – Marie Turner
Shiloh Springs Care Center – Karen Sorrell
Sunnyslope Care Center – Linda Smallwood
The Oaks of West Kettering – Jermaine Thompson
Capital Health Home Care-Ashtabula – Billie Jo Atkinson
Capital Health Home Care & Hospice-Dayton – Jeremy Knight
Capital Health Home Care-Dublin – Hang Nguyen
Capital Health Home Care-Steubenville/West Virginia – Pam Meca
Capital Health Home Care Concierge – Diana Ampad
Capital Health Home Office – Kim Morris

Carriage Inn of Dayton – Kenya Black
Carriage Inn of Steubenville/Carriage House – Kylie Sturtevant
Gables Care Center – Nicole Ornouski
Meadows of Cadiz – Gloria Romshak
Meadows of Scioto – Nannoh Francis
Shiloh Springs Care Center – Sophia Young
Sunnyslope Care Center – Barb Williamson
The Oaks of West Kettering – Anthony Smith
Capital Health Home Care-Ashtabula – Rachelle Douglas
Capital Health Home Care & Hospice-Dayton – Appelonia Frame
Capital Health Home Care-Dublin – Susan Gebrigiorgis
Capital Health Home Care-Steubenville/West Virginia – Kelli Christian
Capital Health Home Care Concierge – Carlisa Solis
Capital Health Home Office – Kathy Bennett

Carriage Inn of Dayton – Princess Blackford
Carriage Inn of Steubenville/Carriage House – Phil Hall
Gables Care Center – Melissa Ash
Meadows of Cadiz – Deborah Cassels
Meadows of Scioto – Tonya Richardson
Shiloh Springs Care Center – Wanja Kimani
Sunnyslope Care Center – Amy Musay
The Oaks of West Kettering – Melissa DeMoss
Capital Health Home Care-Ashtabula – Lindsey Dewess
Capital Health Home Care & Hospice-Dayton – Wesley Rosencrans
Capital Health Home Care-Dublin – Olivia Sciulli
Capital Health Home Care-Steubenville/West Virginia – Heather Bowers
Capital Health Home Care Concierge – Michele Hager
Capital Health Home Office – Betty Oda

First, on behalf of everyone associated with Gables, thank you so much for being a part of our family. Your patience and understanding have made it so much easier for us as we adjust our lives to the challenges presented to us.

All continues to go well. As you all are aware, we did have an employee test positive. It was contracted from the community and we are happy to report that the employee recovered and can resume her outstanding career at Gables. We are proud that even though she was positive for Covid, through her training and diligent attention to infection control practices no resident or staff members were affected.

Gables had an Infection Prevention Survey from The Ohio Department Health this past week and was found 100% compliant with the Department of Health and CMS Federal guidelines. A large thank-you to our Gables team for this result. They are truly an amazing group of dedicated health care hero’s.

While the challenges are still in front of us please know we will continue to work together to focus on best practices and to keep your precious loved ones safe.

Again thank you so much for your entrusting your loved one into our care. We will all work together toward the same goal.

May God Bless each of you and please be safe.
Gables Care Center

Carriage Inn of Dayton – Marcia Wilder
Carriage Inn of Steubenville – Mel Coburn
Gables Care Center – Misty Brown
Meadows of Cadiz – Kim Moore
Meadows of Scioto – Emenike Ezedani 
Shiloh Springs Care Center – Randall Comstock
Sunnyslope Care Center – Twiddle Brown
The Oaks of West Kettering – Christina Young
Capital Health Home Care-Ashtabula – Tami Rich
Capital Health Home Care-Dayton – Randy Buroker
Capital Health Home Care-Dublin – Jessica Kuhns
Capital Health Home Care-Steubenville – Melinda Burdick
Capital Health Home Care Concierge – Carol Conrad
Capital Health Home Office – Pam Cooke

While 2020 was an incredibly difficult year, through it all, our staff stood together as Capital Strong. We are so proud of our amazing, talented, and wonderful staff who cared for our residents, patients, clients, and even fellow colleagues as we navigated our ever-changing worlds.

Each month, an employee at our each of communities and agencies is honored for going above & beyond. Yearly we honor truly exceptional individuals who stands out and embody our Values:

  • Compassion – We approach others with an open heart and understanding.
  • Leadership – We will inspire others to set high standards.
  • Respect – We respect others and the contributions they make and will treat them with dignity.
  • Gratitude – We are grateful for the responsibility and opportunity to make a positive impact in the lives of senior adults.

Stella Sellers
2020 Employee of the Year
Carriage Inn Dayton

Stella has been with Capital Health for 14 years. Stella is always going above and beyond and helps with any project asked of her. She has trained many Central Supply staff and Schedulers. In a pinch, she manages orders and completes inventory for our sister communities as well.

Known for having a heart of gold, Stella has babysat for our staff so they can come to work. She always considers others before herself.



Lori Resse, LPN
2020 Employee of the Year
Carriage Inn of Steubenville/Carriage House

Chosen for her dedication and compassion, Lori is selfless while caring for others. Lori makes sure staff and residents are taken care of before she leaves for the day. She is always willing to help on the floor and takes pride in her work. No matter what is going on in Lori’s world, she always puts her residents first.

Lori has been with Carriage Inn of Steubenville for 26 years. As our Wound Care Nurse and 2nd Floor Unit Manager, she works long hours, picks up weekends, and will do whatever is needed. She has a kind heart and is respected by anyone who has had the pleasure of working with her. Carriage Inn is honored to have someone as genuine and caring as Lori Reese on our team.

Lori has raised four wonderful boys, and she loves spending time with her seven grandbabies when she is not at work.



Nicole Ornouski
2020 Employee of the Year
Gables Care Center

Nearly 11 years ago, a young woman decided she wanted to begin her health care career journey at Gables Care Center. She planned to become an STNA, so she enrolled in Gables’ Nurse Aide Training and Competency Program.

This was the start of something special. She completed the program and officially became an STNA in July 2010. Nicole was a truly amazing care team member over the next 8 years.

She decided in 2018 to take an important next step in her career — to become a Licensed Practical Nurse. She went to nursing school while continuing as an STNA at Gables. Upon successfully completing nursing school and passing her state boards, Nicole proudly transitioned to the equally impressive Gables Care Center professional nurses’ team.

Nicole continues to amaze with her clinical skills and caring approach to our residents, while also drawing praise from her peers and supervisors. They say she’s “always willing to help,” “extremely dependable,” “caring and compassionate,” and “a truly special person”. Nicole is a proud resident of Hopedale, Ohio, where she resides with her husband, Bernie.

It is with a great deal of pleasure that Gables Care Center presents Nicole as our Gables Care Center 2020 Employee of the Year.



Angelo Diloreto
2020 Employee of the Year
Meadows of Cadiz

Angelo is a hard worker and very dedicated to our residents and his coworkers. He enjoys spending time with his family and playing PlayStation.



Kenneth Meade
2020 Employee of the Year
Meadows of Scioto

We’re honored to celebrate Ken, who has spent 11 years as an LPN at Meadows of Scioto. He is reliable and shows effortless compassion and patience when providing care to our residents.

Ken enjoys hiking, ATV riding, the beach, and traveling. Most of all, he loves spending time with his family, friends, and godchild.



James Davidson
2020 Employee of the Year
Shiloh Springs Care Center

James goes above and beyond to keep our residents happy. Last year James made homemade vegetable soup when a sick resident was tired of canned options. He wanted her to have something different. He is so very polite and has a wonderful demeanor.

On his days off, James likes to relax and catch up on his favorite shows, grill steaks, and go fishing with his son.



Alicen Bake
2020 Employee of the Year
Sunnyslope Care Center

Alicen has been with us for a year, first in Activities and then as an Aide. She goes above and beyond. She spends time with residents on her days off and works overtime when we need extra help. She feels our residents deserve to have staff who care for their wants and needs.

With special activities such as a “spa day,” Alicen has been known to plan special days on her days off. She helps with transports for doctor appointments as well as resident’s shopping. Alicen jumps in wherever she is needed, including the kitchen and housekeeping. She sits to listen to residents and tries to fix any problems. There were times in the past year when she was working 15-16 hours a day to make sure residents were getting what they needed.

Alicen gets along with all of her colleagues and promotes our community every chance she gets. Her mother also used to work at Sunnyslope until diagnosed with cancer. Alicen became her mother’s primary caregiver, and her mother is now in remission. Alicen enjoys making jewelry and gifting it to residents and co-workers. She also loves spending time with her children.



Allison Satterwhite
2020 Employee of the Year
The Oaks of West Kettering

Kind and patient, Allison is a very experienced STNA. Throughout the past difficult year, Allison has worked various shifts and hours to help us whenever there was a need. Often Allison would offer, “what do you need me to do to help?” Residents and family members ask for her by name. She encourages residents to participate in their care, adds Quality to Life, and gives residents meaning and purpose.

The Oaks of West Kettering is fortunate to have Allison on staff and looks forward to her staying onboard when she finishes her nursing degree. Allison is one in a million.



Lindsey Dewees
2020 Employee of the Year
Capital Health Home Care Ashtabula

Lindsey has been an exceptional part of the Ashtabula team for a little more than a year. She has previously received recognition for her leadership skills. Lindsey is an active QAPI committee member and is an excellent preceptor when training new team members. You can always find her with a smile on her face. She is friendly and kind to all. Her patients and her co-workers enjoy working with her.

Lindsey is very crafty and enjoys arts and crafts with her children: Noah, Parker, and Josie. She loves baking and spending time outside.



Debra Kovacs
2020 Employee of the Year
Capital Health Home Care Dayton/Hospice

Deb is a great team member and a resource for her colleagues. As an RN, Deb provides exceptional care and goes above & beyond for her patients. Deb’s concern for her patients’ welfare shows through during weekend visits to assist the weekend nurse and ensure patients are provided the care they need.

Her coworkers recognize her dedication and patient-focus as well as her efforts in managing weekend visits. Patients and coworkers have had many compliments regarding Deb’s performance and cheerful personality. Capital Health Home Care is thrilled to celebrate Deb as our 2020 Employee of the Year.

Deb enjoys baking, spending time with her family, and having a nice dinner with her husband.



Jacki Sciulli
2020 Employee of the Year
Capital Health Home Care Dublin

Jacki has worked as the Director of Nursing at our agency for 7 ½ years. Jacki keeps her cool and always is thinking of out-of-the-box solutions. Jacki gives her opinion and is also able to go along with the final decision. She has respect for hierarchy, which can be rare. We appreciate Jacki’s husband, Kevin, who volunteers to drive or drop anyone off if they cannot come to the office due to inclement weather.

Jacki is involved with her church and in youth activities. She enjoys scrapbooking and spending time at her lake house.



Cory Littrell
2020 Employee of the Year
Capital Health Home Care Steubenville/West Virginia

Cory has been with our agency since 1989. Cory is our Employee of the Year because of her great customer service skills, welcoming personality, and dedication to Capital Health.

When she’s not at work, Cory enjoys spending time with her fiancé, Mike, and their friends. She loves to dance, play cards, go fishing and go for hikes to enjoy nature.



Timi Ademodi
2020 Employee of the Year
Capital Health Home Care Concierge

Timi is the embodiment of our Values at work. Timi is a leader and one of the first caregivers who trains new staff. Respect is very evident in the way she communicates with our office and with whomever she interacts.

Timi’s compassion can be seen in the little things, from taking an extra minute or two to make sure a client has a fresh glass of water before she leaves her shift to helping someone figure out a new cell phone or remote control. Gratitude can be found in Timi through her quick smile and a “thank you.”



Pam Cooke
2020 Employee of the Year
Capital Health Care Network

Pam was amazing while handling her HR responsibilities during the COVID-19 pandemic. She managed daily communication, including weekends and holidays. She was always available, receptive, and consistent in her directive and messaging while exhibiting fair leadership with understanding and compassion.

Carriage Inn of Dayton – Kathy Shepherd
Carriage Inn of Steubenville – Jaime Harris
Gables Care Center – Marilyn Thompson
Meadows of Cadiz – Barbie Elliott
Meadows of Scioto – Heather Morgan
Shiloh Springs Care Center – Susan Fleming
Sunnyslope Care Center – Kevin Taylor
The Oaks of West Kettering – Allison Satterwhite
Capital Health Home Care-Ashtabula – Trina Pavolino
Capital Health Home Care-Dayton – Sandy Long
Capital Health Home Care-Dublin – Jacki Sciulli
Capital Health Home Care-Steubenville – Melissa Plante
Capital Health Home Care Concierge – Gladys Doku
Capital Health Home Office – Lisa Stockdale

Carriage Inn of Dayton – Jeff Wilburn
Carriage Inn of Steubenville – Rosalie Boleigh
Gables Care Center – Kayla Marker
Meadows of Cadiz – Christy Matusik
Meadows of Scioto – Violet Wedlake
Shiloh Springs Care Center – Latish Weeks
Sunnyslope Care Center – Crystal Henry
The Oaks of West Kettering – Jaclyn Stinson
Capital Health Home Care-Ashtabula – Lisa Barbian
Capital Health Home Care-Dayton – Sarah Bishop
Capital Health Home Care-Dublin – Erin McDaniel
Capital Health Home Care-Steubenville – Melinda Burdick
Capital Health Home Care Concierge – Abraham Kintu
Capital Health Home Office – Richard Sorrell

Carriage Inn of Dayton – Corey Gilson
Carriage Inn of Steubenville – Shelley Newburn
Gables Care Center – Shelley Johnston
Meadows of Cadiz – Heather Furmanski
Meadows of Scioto – Lorena Rubio
Shiloh Springs Care Center – James Davidson
Sunnyslope Care Center – Jennifer Rich
The Oaks of West Kettering – Melissa Demoss
Capital Health Home Care-Ashtabula – Ala Qahwash
Capital Health Home Care-Dayton – Donna Rayl
Capital Health Home Care-Dublin – Sherri Andes
Capital Health Home Care-Steubenville – Michelle Spencer
Capital Health Home Care Concierge – Vida Boatey
Capital Health Home Office – Jodie Grove

Carriage Inn of Dayton – Mellissa Wilson
Carriage Inn of Steubenville – Shelley Newburn
Gables Care Center – Donita White
Meadows of Cadiz – Hunter Stark
Meadows of Scioto – Adeolu Adediran
Shiloh Springs Care Center – Na’Shaun
Sunnyslope Care Center – April Hocker
The Oaks of West Kettering – Raquel Pitts
Capital Health Home Care-Ashtabula – Dianna Westfall
Capital Health Home Care-Dayton – Pam Moore
Capital Health Home Care-Dublin – Olivia Scuilli
Capital Health Home Care-Steubenville – Kelli Christian
Capital Health Home Care Concierge – Maimun Warsame
Capital Health Home Office – Frank Goepferich