The Leadership Team at Stoney River Ramsey is committed to making senior living a compassionate, enjoyable and healthy experience for our residents and their families.
In college, Kelsey worked with people who had traumatic brain injuries. She fell in love with helping others live their most independent and self-directed lives. Kelsey has collaborated with state agencies and advocated for positive change in the human services industry. As a champion of individual’s rights and person-centered care, Kelsey ensures residents receive the highest quality care.
At age 15, after Violet’s first day of volunteering at a local assisted living community, she told her mom, “I found my vocation!” Violet studied Gerontology in college and built a career in senior care. Born and raised in Minnesota, Violet loves camping, cooking and traveling. “I love the work that I do and the relationships built along the way,” says Violet.
As a young girl, Sue rode her bike to visit her grandma and other residents at the Western Manor in Billings, MT. Sue’s passion for caring for the elderly continues today with the joy and dedication she brings to Stoney River. A longtime Minnesotan, Sue and her husband raised three children in Andover and are now “raising” a Golden Retriever, Hank.
Committed to EQUAL OPPORTUNITY
Stoney River is committed to equality of opportunity for all qualified people. We prohibit discrimination by or against any person on the basis of age, gender, race, religion, color, national origin, citizenship status, marital status, sexual orientation, disability, veteran status or any other factor that is unrelated to our legitimate business interests. In addition, we strive to make appropriate and reasonable accommodations that enable any qualified disabled person to contribute to our mission and values.