Our days are filled with important duties and routines. Yet human connection takes precedence over the necessities of our job descriptions every time. You are why we're here.
We bring varied backgrounds and skills to our roles, but we are all here to love and support you.
Brian comes to Camargo with a Bachelor of Arts in Public Administration. He is a Certified Dementia Practitioner with over four years experience in Senior Care Management including Memory Care and Activities. He grew up in Cincinnati and has a dedicated life of service with 26 years as a Firefighter, and demonstrated leadership as a Fire Captain.
He points to a favorite quote on dementia care from Dr. Alice Howland as inspiration: "I am not suffering. I am struggling, to stay connected to who I once was. So live in the moment I tell myself. It's really all I can do. Live in the moment."
Brian believes that social engagement, protection of dignity, choices, and ‘living in their moment’ are the keys to a higher quality of life.
Stephanie joins us with more than 20 years experience in various healthcare organizations. She chose a career serving the public, and finds it extremely rewarding to help seniors transition to community style living.
“A big part of my job is building relationships with future residents. I love learning about people and their families. I genuinely care about connecting with the people that I’m trying to help. When someone moves in, we haven’t just gained a resident we’ve gained a new friend.”
Stephanie resides in Blue Ash with her husband and children. She enjoys spending time with her family and traveling in her spare time.
Shannon Clark joined the Camargo team as Move-in Coordinator in February 2022. Shannon grew up in Waynesville, Ohio, it was while growing up that led Shannon to discover her first passion – antiques!
Shannon’s career as a young adult began as she started a house cleaning business. She worked with families for over a decade, caring for their homes. Her business guided her to meeting to an affluent family in the Cincinnati area, where she became their estate manager and took on the position as a private care giver to the family’s elderly matriarch. Combining her estate management business and love of antiques, she began working for an auction company and completed estate sales for families who were transitioning to a new chapter in life.
She remained a private caregiver, the time she spent with her beloved senior client became some of the best parts of her day. They formed a close bond and friendship over the years, and she left such an impression on Shannon that she wanted to continue working with senior citizens. This is how she became a part of the team with Traditions at Camargo!
Shannon’s diverse background with demonstrated hard work, drive and ambition, organizational skills, and multitasking coupled with her love for seniors and compassionate ability to help people transition made her the perfect candidate for Move-in Coordinator.
Shannon is so happy to be with the Traditions family. She enjoys every day with co-workers, management, and of course, the residents. Every day is different, and she enjoys talking to the people and hearing their individual life stories.
She is the mother of two adult children, Leah and Aidan. Shannon a proud grandmother of three grandchildren. She loves animals, music, gardening and being outside as much as possible on her three acre property “in the country”.
Robin has been in the healthcare field for over 20 years and is deeply passionate about caring for others, especially in a Memory Care setting. She holds a Licensed Practical Nursing degree from Fortis College and has served as an STNA, Charge Nurse, Nurse Manager and Assistant Director of Nursing.
"I truly believe in the Core Values of Traditions Management, and I believe the home-like atmosphere, person-centered care and living options make Traditions at Camargo an exemplary place to live!" Robin was born and raised in Cincinnati and is married with two children.
Precious was born and raised in Cincinnati, OH. She began her career in healthcare as a caregiver for five years, which ultimately led her to continue her education and attend nursing school. Precious enjoys caring for others, especially the elderly. She graduated from Brown Mackie College after receiving her LPN degree and began working at Traditions in 2020.
Precious says “I truly enjoy being a part of the Camargo team because it feels like home. The environment is very family oriented, and the residents are amazing. I enjoy building new relationships with the residents and providing compassionate care. Everyone works together as a team to make sure our residents feel loved and cared for in their homes”. In her spare time, she enjoys traveling and spending time with family, friends, and her two Yorkie Poodles “Lady” and “Princess”.
Aubrey was born in Dayton, Ohio and raised in Hillsboro. She began volunteering at a retirement community with her nana, where she fell in love with the environment. She has had more than six years experience working in different roles with people who have dementia and Alzheimer's.
“I know I was meant to do this. My mom is a retired RN and I am very close to both sets of my grandparents. My residents definitely feel like family to me. I love getting to know each and every one of them, and they hold a special place in my heart. I am thrilled to be a part of the Traditions team!" Aubrey currently lives in Hillsboro and loves spending time with her family and her 16 year old Dachshund, Mia.
Dan was born and raised in Nebraska but has called Cincinnati “home” since 1972. He attended University of Cincinnati until 1980 when he realized his passion was food. Dan completed the Culinary Apprenticeship Program in 1983, is a ProChef Level 2 through the Culinary Institute in Hyde Park, NY and continued his studies at the Culinary Institute in Greystone, California. Dan has 45 years’ experience in the culinary Industry!
Dan came to Traditions in 2022, he said “I’ve always been impressed with Tradition’s reputation, I was very excited when a position opened at Camargo.” What Dan stresses as most important is “spending time with the residents, ensuring they’re comfortable to express culinary desires and concerns while enjoying meals at Traditions- it’s their dining room, their kitchen, and their home.”
Dan learned to cook by watching his mother, he comes from a large family, and she fed 11 people daily! He has fond memories of cooking and preparing meals with his mother. Dan is married and has two children with his wife Cathy, in his spare time he enjoys spending time with his children and grandchildren.
Jerry was born and raised in Mason, Ohio with his seven brothers and sisters. He is a graduate of Mason High School and is Automotive Service Excellence certified. Jerry is also experienced in senior living maintenance management, including general repairs, mechanics and community-style living, and has always had a love for working with his hands and finding solutions to problems.
"I love the culture of Traditions and am eager to start every morning, taking on whatever the day has in store. There is so much care and respect shown for our residents and I am honored to be a part of such a great team." Jerry lives in Mt. Healthy with his wife, Brenda and enjoys spending time with his children and grandchildren. He is also an avid New York Yankees and Cincinnati Reds fan.
Kathy comes to Traditions at Camargo with experience in office management, bookkeeping, human resources, and payroll, including 20+ years as an Administrative Supervisor at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center.
"Working at Traditions has given me the opportunity to make friends in a close-knit community where residents, families and staff dine, play and engage in multiple activities together. I have developed even more compassion and empathy while watching residents transition to new stages of life and learning about values, perspectives, history and culture from different generations." Kathy grew up in Madeira, where she raised her six children. She and her husband, Matt, enjoy playing golf and spending lots of time with their children and grandchildren.