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Meet Our Team

Meet Our Team

 

 

Chris McKay


Chris graduated from the University of Iowa with his Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) in 2004. He is also a Licensed Nursing Home Administrator and has received his Assisted Living Manager Certificate. 

Chris has experience working in a variety of settings in long term care, including working as a Service Coordinator, Life Services Director, and Nursing Home Administrator. 

Chris lives in Keokuk, IA with his wife of 13 years, Joni, and his two kids, Colin and Claire. In his free time, he enjoys being with his family, reading, and book-binding! 

Chris states, "It's clear that the residents and team members at Hancock Village truly are a family and I am so grateful to be a part of the family." 

 

Tanna Jennings, Administrative Coordinator


 

 

Kristen Doyle, R.N., Director of Nursing


Kristen began her journey at Hancock Village in 2015, when she began working as a Universal Worker at Maple Grove Memory Care. Kristen’s goal at the time was to save money for college, as she was studying Accounting and Finance at Quincy University. However, as Kristen continued to work at Maple Grove, she began to develop a passion for caring for the residents.

To follow and develop this passion, Kristen decided to become a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA), as her love for the geriatric population continued to grow.

Kristen felt drawn to continue her journey in healthcare and nursing and decided to pursue nursing school. Regarding this decision, Kristen states, “It just felt like everything fell in to place.”

After becoming an LPN, Kristen accepted a nursing position at Maple Grove, where she had fallen in love with the geriatric population. Kristen worked full time as an LPN while also achieving her license as a Registered Nurse (RN). In October of 2020, Kristen accepted the position of Director of Nursing (DON) at Hancock Village.

In Kristen’s free time, she loves spending time with her family, including her parents and two sisters, Megan and Rylan.

Regarding her time at Hancock Village, Kristen states, “I have had a wonderful experience at Hancock Village and I am excited for more to come! I cannot wait to see what God has in store for us here at Hancock Village and how He is going to use me to better the lives of our seniors.”

                

Libby Hall, Activities Coordinator


Libby Hall was born and raised in Carthage, Illinois.  She first joined the Hancock Village Team in 2017 as a Universal Worker and is a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA).  

Libby went to school to earn her LPN and also ran her own daycare for many years.

Libby brings joy to the residents at Hancock Village with her “hands-on” approach and uses her many skills to create engaging activities for residents. Libby is a craft enthusiast and especially loves to engage residents in craft activities.  

Libby’s life motto is, “Be honest, fair, and love one another.”

In her spare time, Libby enjoys camping and crafting. She also enjoys spending time with family, including her four children and one granddaughter.

 

Elaine Printy, Activities Coordinator


Elaine Printy grew up in Hancock County and first joined the team at Hancock Village as a Universal Worker in 2018.

Elaine is a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) and uses those skills to craft engaging activities specifically designed for the residents at Hickory Grove and Maple Grove. She is passionate about living life to the fullest and enjoys hosting “Motivational Mondays” in addition to a variety of other activities and events for the seniors at Hancock Village.

Elaine has also been chosen as a Service Excellence Advisor at Hancock Village, serving to guide and lead other team members. Elaine leads by example, with her passion for residents and “can do” attitude.

Elaine states, “Whether young or old, everyone should reach for the stars and find the humor in life!”  Elaine is also a violinist and enjoys performing for the residents of Hancock Village.  She has a passion for people and continues to find new and creative ways to engage the residents at Hancock Village.

In her spare time, Elaine enjoys meeting new people, traveling, reading, and writing. Elaine's faith is important to her and she is very active in her church. Elaine also enjoys spending time with her family.

 

 

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