Jenna Menard, Resident Activities Director
Jenna serves as Activity Director and has been a vital part of our Seneca community since we officially opened our doors in August 2009. You can always count on high energy, positive vibes and a glowing smile from Jenna as she helps keep our residents active… "Nothing makes my job more rewarding than knowing when I wake up I will be making a difference in someone's life. I believe you haven't done a great job if you're not exhausted at the end of the day! I love my residents!”
Keri Rogers, Assistant Resident Services Manager
Keri Rogers serves as the Assistant Resident Services Manager at The Residences at Park Place in Seneca, SC and started working in our community in 2012... "Wonderful place to work! To me it's more than just a job. It's connecting a resident's past with their present and enjoying the 3 most important components in life which is to Live, Laugh, And Love! The residents and staff have a special bond and we are part of a BIG family that treats each other with love and respect."
Pamela Jacobsen, Business Office Manager
Pamela is the Business Office Manager and started working in our Seneca, SC community in 2020. She believes in a "hands-on" approach in showing compassion for our residents… "While most of my life had been devoted to rescuing animals, nurturing them and placing them in a safe environment... I've had just as much passion working hands-on with the elderly."
Ronald Potts, Facility Maintenance Manager
Ronald Potts is the Facility Maintenance Manager at The Residences at Park Place in Seneca, SC and started working in our community in 2016. When he’s not serving our residents, he also serves as a devoted pastor, husband, and a father. "For me, it's a ministry. I provide my ministry through serving people."
Meet Kyle Hicks, Regional Director, Senior Living OperationsKyle has been an integral part of The Residences since our doors officially opened back in August 2009. He has devoted his professional career to serving the elderly, a passion that stems from living with his ailing grandmother. He believes the phrase "People Helping People" is what truly defines a community.