Angelia Duke, CLPN has been with Hickory Senior Living since 2011 serving as a nurse at both Dogwood Fulton and Magnolia Tupelo. Angelia has worked with the management team on numerous occasions at multiple locations. We are excited to have Angelia’s skills and knowledge to lead our Magnolia Manor Tupelo community as Executive Director.
Raised in Pontotoc County, Angelia moved to Florida where she graduated High School in Melbourne, Florida. Angelia started her healthcare career as a surgical technician at age 18 while serving stateside in the U.S. Army during Operation Desert Storm. Angelia Graduated Itawamba Community College as an IV Certified Licensed Practical Nurse in 2009.
Angelia has a daughter, Brooke Braud, who lives with her husband, Jacob, and two grand babies, Norah and Charlie, in Houma, Louisiana.
Angelia’s favorite quote: “Do the right thing and the right things happen”.
Heather was born and raised in Amory, MS. She attended Amory High School and ICC where she majored in Broadcasting Communications. She was in kaleidoscope through ICC where she sang, was the drum major and in the marching band. Heather has worked in healthcare for over 15 years.
Heather remembers a very special time in her life when she found her desire to help the elderly. She was a young girl when she and her twin brother would visit Lee Manor with her Aunt on Sundays. There was always this lonely man sitting at the front door. No one ever visited him, so Heather and her brother made it a point to share their Sundays with him when they visited the Lee Manor. Before the gentleman passed, he presented Heather and her brother with handmade Birth Certificates to let them know how much they meant to him. They were everything he looked forward to on Sundays.
Heather took her younger life experiences and has applied them to her life. She has such a big heart for the elderly and loves to make them smile. There is someone at every facility that deserves love and attention and this is Heather's daily drive for the residents within her care. She additionally knows the importance of elders staying active and social. She strives to bring them new and fun activities to keep them encouraged, happy and whole body fit.
Heather is married to her husband, Brad Sartin. They have two daughters and are very active members at Lakeview Baptist Church in Tupelo, MS.