2016-09-28-08-58Amy Roudebush


My journey to senior living started years ago when my mother was diagnosed with dementia. Having no family in the area to help me work through the maze. I had no idea where to start or what to do. This experience drove me to make a career change. I knew that if I could help just even one family avoid the challenges I had been through; it would be worth it. It turns out that senior living is my calling and I have never looked back.

I am so blessed to be a part of the journey of each and every family I work with. My job never feels like work, rather like I am just helping new friends.

My degrees in marketing and management as well as being a certified dementia practitioner.

Stacey Brady, LPN

Meeting Coordinator Chair

Stacey Brady, LPN, currently Director of Operations for Angels Care Family Home in Loveland, OH. I started my health care career as a dietary aide at age 15 and worked my way up to an STNA through Nursing school and have been a Nurse for 14 years now. I have worked as a Nurse in skilled rehab, home health, and long term care but mostly in various Assisted Living settings.

haley-smith-eecYvonne E. Scheiderer

Meeting Coordinator Chair

Yvonne’s career has been two-fold, as a Realtor (for 18 years) and as an advocate. She has focused on finding solutions to best serve those who trust her to be their guide through critical life choices. Her career in advocacy began with children who were served by the Head Start program, along with their parents. Later in her calling, Yvonne became focused on solutions for the aging, primarily attending to the various needs of those with Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia. Yvonne is a CDP (Certified Dementia Practitioner) and is the Community Resource Director at Central Park Alzheimer’s Special Care Unit in Mason.

Angela Cotteral


Angela works for Artis Senior Living of Mason. A 64 bed memory care facility.  Angela comes with over 10 years of experience in the healthcare industry. She has worked in skilled nursing, independent, assisted living and memory care communities. She has worked the entire continuum of care. Before moving to the Cincinnati area in 2013 Angela worked in both Beaver Falls, PA and Youngstown, OH. She has a degree in Business Management & Accounting and worked in that field for 12 years before finding her true calling in healthcare. Angela enjoys helping the senior population and their families make the tough choices in their own lives or that of their loved ones. She wants to make sure every senior has the highest quality life they can.

When Angela is not working you can find her spending time with her husband and her son who is a pilot. She enjoys playing volleyball on a recreational league and reading a good book. She is even a member of a book club. Angela also has a puppy named Piper who is a Chocolate Labrador & Austrian Shepherd mix. The one thing you might not guess about her is that she loves Star Wars and this is even how she met her husband.

ray-officerRay Gettins

Membership Chair

Director of US Veteran Resources. Graduate of Miami University with degrees in Diplomacy & Foreign Affairs, Political Science, History & Economics. I enjoy utilizing my 25+ years of investment experience to solve the problem of funding the necessary medical care for veterans, spouses & widows.

US Veteran Resources is a not for profit working to help Veterans, Spouses and Widows attain the Aid & Attendance Benefit.  With the help of our VA Accredited Attorney, we have been able to help Veterans & their families since 2009.

Marla Schwartz

Social Media Chair

Care Management Director, Northern Kentucky and Cincinnati with Assisting Hands. Marla has a wealth of experience, particularly in assisting the elderly. Her prior experience as a Director of Nursing and Executive Director of 150+ resident Assisted Living Community provides her a unique perspective in assisting families through the challenges of caring for her loved ones.

Her warm and inviting personality is a pleasure to work with and she is inspired to help people maximize their quality of life.
Marla lives in Northern Kentucky and loves the Bluegrass State. She is married, has two children and two grandchildren. Her hobbies include running and weightlifting, floral arranging and creating essential oils.