Meet the Friendship Village Chesterfield Staff
Michael Hambley, Executive Director
Mike joined the Friendship Village family in early 2017 as the Executive Director of Friendship Village Chesterfield. Mike moved to St. Louis from Chattanooga, where he served as the President and Chief Executive Officer of Ascension Senior Living’s largest CCRC campus and multi-site operation. Previously, he served as Administrator of the Catholic Care Center in Wichita, KS and Executive Director within the Hutchinson Regional Healthcare System in Hutchinson, KS.
Mike holds a Masters of Business Administration from Kansas Wesleyan University, a Doctor of Ministry from Western Theological Seminary, a Masters of Divinity from Asbury Theological Seminary and a Bachelor of Arts from Spring Arbor University.
Mike’s passions include his wife, four children, team sports, reading, chess, and training Golden Retrievers for conformation/obedience shows.
MY DOOR IS ALWAYS OPEN TO RESIDENTS AND PROSPECTIVE RESIDENTS. I LOOK FORWARD TO MEETING YOU.
Ken Klump, Administrator
Ken is a St. Louis native who grew up in Overland, MO and has made his home in Chesterfield for the past 17 years. (DeSmet Jesuit High School, should you ask the popular question.)
His healthcare career has spanned over 25 years, with the last 14+ years serving as an Administrator with skilled nursing facilities. The Klump family includes a wife of over 32 years and three children (two sons and a daughter). Ken received a Bachelor’s degree in Business Management from Southern Illinois University at Carbondale. Ken coaches baseball for the Chesterfield American Legion team, follows the Cardinals and creates do-it-yourself projects on his home and cars.
WE ARE VERY PROUD OF OUR HIGHLY-RATED SKILLED NURSING CARE. WE INVITE YOU TO TOUR THE VILLAGE CARE CENTER ANY TIME.
Mark Golliday, Food And Beverage Director
Mark has spent the past 25+ years as a Director of Food and Beverage. In 2001, he joined the Friendship Village Chesterfield management team. Mark also served over 28 years in the U.S. Army and U.S. Army Reserves. Mark recently retired as a Command Sergeant Major, after serving in Iraq and Afghanistan. Mark has a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with an emphasis in Management and Human Resource Management and a Masters in Business Administration with an emphasis in Management. Mark has three daughters, a son, three grandchildren and a boxer named Zeus. Mark enjoys all sports and still competes in track and field events throughout the year.
WE INVITE YOU TO EXPERIENCE OUR DYNAMIC MENUS AND VARIOUS DINING VENUES. CLICK HERE FOR A SAMPLE MENU:
Judy Moore, Sales Director
Judy and her husband have lived in Chesterfield, Mo., since 1985 where they raised their two daughters. Judy moved to St. Louis after living in Evanston, Ill., Racine, Wis., Phoenix, Ariz., Chicago, Ill., Springfield, Oh., and Canandaigua, N.Y. She can relate to residents moving! While in St. Louis, Judy first worked at Ralston Purina as a director where she developed and deployed the first personal computer and analysis systems to Beech Nut, cereal, and pet food businesses for Purina. After a brief “Stay at home Mom” trial Judy moved into senior living with Friendship Village in 1995. Judy was the Marketing Coordinator until 2002 when she was promoted to the Marketing Director--now Residency Director. Degrees/Education: BA Wittenberg University, Psychology, Phys. Ed.; Management degree, Marquette University; Long-Term Care Ombudsman certification. Judy enjoys running and has completed 10 full marathons, 20+ half-marathons, and two triathlons.
I LOOK FORWARD TO SHOWING YOU HOW TO BECOME A PART OF OUR FABULOUS COMMUNITY!
Carmen Fronczak, Vice President of Strategic Initiatives
Carmen is a Registered Nurse with 20 years’ experience in sales and marketing. She has a Bachelors in Business Administration and is currently attending Logan University to complete a Master of Science Degree in Health Informatics. Her professional career includes sales and marketing positions at Mercy Hospital St. Louis, Medical West Healthcare and Apria Healthcare. She is currently very involved with the local charity organization, Mercy Hospital St. Louis Foundation. Carmen has two children. Her hobbies include running, snowboarding and traveling.
I LOOK FORWARD TO SHOWING YOU HOW TO BECOME A PART OF OUR FABULOUS COMMUNITIES! FROM SENIOR LIVING TO ASSISTED LIVING TO SKILLED NURSING NEEDS.
Jenifer Russell, Community Life Services Director
Jenifer is a graduate of Iowa State University where she received a degree in Leisure Studies with an emphasis in Therapeutic Recreation.
In 2015, Jenifer celebrated 20 years of service at Friendship Village Chesterfield. As the Community Life Services Manager, she is responsible for directing volunteers, transportation, in-house programming, annual events, wellness programming, resident communication, and salon services.
LEARN ABOUT OUR FULL CALENDAR OF ACTIVITIES AND EVENTS. PLEASE VISIT https://www.friendshipvillagestl.com/chesterfield-events.html
Burt Campbell – Chaplain
Burt has over 30 years of pastoral care experience and joined the FVC community in 2017. He is married (Linda) with three children (two are grown, and a 3rd is in high school). Burt is ordained through Open Bible Churches for whom he has served as both a district director and a national board member while pastoring his own congregation. Before moving to the St. Louis area, he worked alongside numerous denominations and churches as president of his local association of churches. A graduate of Oral Roberts University, Burt was also a contributing author to “We Believe,” Open Bible’s official resource for teaching core foundations of the faith. He has a passion for reading, playing guitar, studying history, and miniature war-gaming. For him, the best part about ministry is helping others find vibrancy and meaning in their relationship with Christ. Burt loves spending time connecting with people, hearing their stories, and sharing hearts.
INVESTIGATE ALL THE WAYS YOU CAN WORSHIP, STUDY AND CONNECT AT FRIENDSHIP VILLAGE. DOWNLOAD OUR FLYER ON CHAPLAIN SERVICES HERE
Joanna Jones-Raymond, Sr. Director of Marketing and Communications
Joanna has a 22+ year career in advertising and marketing, beginning as the Promotions Director for a formal wear company, then spent 16 years at Momentum, a global advertising and marketing agency, and then as Vice President of Marketing for a specialty apparel company. Joanna has a B.S. In Theatre and also in Communications from Ball State University and a Masters in Marketing from Webster University.
Joanna is a public speaker for two advocacy groups, including the Down Syndrome Association. She has two children, and remarried in 2012, gaining four bonus daughters and two devious 70 pound Labrador retrievers.
Carmen Worley, Community Outreach Director
Carmen joined the Friendship Village team in 2011, splitting her time between fundraising and outreach on the Chesterfield campus. She moved into full-time Community Outreach for both campuses a year later and enjoys building relationships and business referrals in this role. She comes to us with experience in development, event planning, volunteer management, teaching, and communications. Carmen holds undergraduate degrees in Advertising, PR and Education from Drake University as well as a Master’s Degree in Education from Washington University. She has two boys and sings at various opportunities throughout the area. She loves her family, her church, the beach, and chocolate (not always in that order)!
Karen Powers, Care Navigator
Karen has been a nurse for 21 years, graduating from Webster University with her BSN. She has been with Friendship Village since 2000. She is married and has two daughters, and one grandbaby. Her great passions are Boxers and quilting. And grandchildren.
IT IS A PLEASURE TO GUIDE ALL RESIDENTS THROUGH THE VARIETY OF HEALTH AND WELLNESS SERVICES AVAILABLE ON AND OFF CAMPUS. TO LEARN MORE ABOUT OUR WELLNESS OFFERING CLICK HERE: SENIOR WELLNESS RESOURCES
Laurie Stowe, Director of Nursing
Laurie joined the Village Care Center team as ADON in 2016 and recently transitioned to the Director Of Nursing position. Originally from Southeast Missouri, she has lived in several areas across the country as well as overseas, while raising her now three adult daughters.
She has more than 25 years' experience in the long-term care industry - originally starting as a C.N.A. While practicing in the long-term care setting as an RN she has obtained both Resident Assessment Coordinator and Director of Nursing certifications. Laurie has developed a passion for leading the nursing department to approach the care they deliver with a Person-Driven Focus. This helps the nursing team to discover the things that each senior brings to our community as well as what makes them who they are as an individual.
I AM PROUD TO LEAD AN ACCOMPLISHED NURSING TEAM INCLUDING RNs, CNAs, CMTs, and LPNs . WE ARE ALWAYS LOOKING FOR TOP HEALTHCARE TALENT. IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN JOINING US, PLEASE APPLY ONLINE - https://www.friendshipvillagestl.com/careers.html
Tim Vosse, Chief Financial Officer
Tim joined Friendship Village in July 2017, as Chief Financial Officer. Prior to joining Friendship Village, Tim served as the CFO for two family-held businesses. His career includes nearly 15 years in senior healthcare and services, the majority with Bethesda Health Group as CFO.
Tim is on the Board of The Independence Center and is active in the community through other professional associations. Tim graduated from Illinois State University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting and earned a Master’s Degree in Business Administration from Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville.
Tim is extremely excited to be “back home” in senior care and services with the Friendship Villages. He’s committed to preserving the mission and growing the Friendship brand to touch the lives of more seniors throughout the St. Louis area who we are fortunate to serve. Tim and his wife enjoy cooking, dining out, golf and travel. They have five children in high school and college, so are adjusting to a quieter home and look forward to the times when all the kids are together creating laughter and memories.