Kim Steakle works to educate and support elders and their families to ensure a smooth transition into assisted living, memory care or physician-directed nursing. From home and hospital assessments to training professionals and community organizations, Kim is an ardent advocate for seniors. She has held multiple positions within the senior living communities she has served. A veteran of the United States Navy, Kim is actively involved in raising awareness for the Alzheimer’s Association. She is a Memories in the Making Facilitator, certified through the Alzheimer’s Association for Alzheimer’s Watercolor Classes, and has participated in Paint the Town Purple and served as captain of a team in the Walk to End Alzheimer’s. She also volunteers her time with Kiwanis.
Meiken Greenamyre spends her time cultivating relationships and educating the community about options for senior living and life at The Piper. Through her outreach activities, seniors, adult children of aging parents, referral sources and others learn about what makes The Piper unique. As an active community member and a mother of three, Meiken knows how important it is for people to feel heard and understood. From there, she can give them the information they need to make the right senior living decision.
Connie Michaelis is The Piper’s lifestyle consultant. An enthusiastic and passionate voice for the entire arena of successful aging, Connie’s years of work in senior living, hospice and durable medical equipment have made her a knowledgeable problem solver for the many issues related to seniors transitioning from a family home to a senior living community. Connie is an expert in the senior living field, and speaks and writes to encourage and support her audience. Through storytelling and humor, Connie can move her audience towards embracing the necessary changes to live the last chapters of life to their fullest.