A storied legacy of senior service.
Stacey joined MRC in 2018 as part of the opening leadership team, fulfilling a multitude of administrative and operational duties. She has over 15 years of experience in communications, marketing and business development and has proven to be a servant leader who seeks to champion the needs of both residents and staff. She is a proud Aggie (Whoop!) receiving her Bachelor of Science degree from Texas A&M University in 2000 and is pursuing her MBA in Healthcare Management. As Executive Director, Stacey oversees the entirety of the community from Independent Living to Assisted Living and Memory Support. When Stacey isn’t managing The Langford, she can be found volunteering at the local schools or being her children’s biggest fan at their various sporting events. Stacey lives in College Station with her husband, Paul, and two children, Natalie and Nathan.
Beth joins The Langford leadership team after a successful career in nursing. After graduating from Blinn Jr. College as a Licensed Vocational Nurse (LVN), she went on to work for a variety of healthcare providers giving her an impressive depth of experience to include residential care as well as acute care experience. Beth is an avid learner and self-proclaimed country girl. When she isn't at work, you can likely find her enjoying time outdoors with her three girls.
Amelia Garcia joined MRC in 2018 and has lived in the Bryan/College Station area nearly all of her life. Her late career resided in the dental field for 25 years and now she is a part of our marketing team to help us achieve a bright future. Amelia has a strong relationship with God and radiates His glory in every room. Amelia and her husband, Frank have been married 23 glorious years. Amelia is a mom to four daughters and one son. Along with the love she has for her children, Amelia is Nana to five beautiful grandbabies. In her spare time, Amelia loves to spend time with her family and church.
Formerly the Senior Services Coordinator for the City of College Station’s Parks and Recreation department, Katy now supports the wellness goals of the residents of the The Langford by providing a multitude of life enriching activities like fitness classes, lectures, socials and outings. All of the various offerings led by Peterson are inspired by the Eden Alternative Domains of Well-being focusing on identity, growth, autonomy, security, connectedness, meaning and joy. Peterson’s resume also includes a well decorated barrel racing career plus a background in tourism where she promoted destination based experiences as well as educational opportunities.
Karl is proud to be among the “Fightin’ Aggie” alumni, and in fact holds two degrees from Texas A&M University: one in business management and the other in management information systems. He brings 30 years of experience in human resources to The Langford. In his role, he works to ensure that we hire, retain and engage the best staff possible. Karl is highly committed to training The Langford’s leadership team to be effective in guiding their staffs, so they can provide the best service and hospitality to residents.
For Karl, MRC has been part of his family life before he joined our team. His parents were among the first residents of the redeveloped Arbor Oaks at Crestview in 2013.
Melinda serves as MRC’s IT specialist and assists in the general monitoring and management of the community’s network system infrastructure. She also is an expert problem solver related to hardware or software applications.
She joined MRC in 2007 at Crestview and brings experience in both home health and accounting. She is a loving mother of 5 and enjoys helping people.
Cheryl has served at MRC since 1991 as a charge nurse at Crestview, director of staff development, director of nursing, MDS coordinator, director of assisted living and now as a nurse consultant. She is a valued, tenured part of the MRC family whom most residents and staff know personally.
Cheryl earned a Bachelor of Science in nursing (B.S.N.) with a minor in psychology and sociology from Texas Women’s University in 1973. Upon graduation, she worked as a nurse in the cancer unit at St. Paul Hospital in Dallas. Cheryl moved to Bryan in 1979 and was able to enjoy being a stay-at-home mom until 1991. Cheryl and her husband have three children and four grandchildren. Cheryl she sees her job with MRC as a way of serving the Lord.
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