WAVERLY, Ohio - Amy Clemmons has joined National Church Residences as the new Executive Director of Bristol Village Homes and Healthcare, the organization’s flagship facility located in Pike County.
Clemmons joins the Bristol Village team with 10 years of leadership experience in senior living, including the last nine years as the Administrator at Pleasant Hill Manor in nearby Piketon, Ohio.
A lifelong resident of Pike County, Clemmons is a past President and current board member at the Rotary Club of Pike County, Treasurer of the Pike County Community Fund, current Board Member of the Pike County Chamber of Commerce, Committee Member of the Pike County Joint Vocational School, Board Member of the Southern Ohio Medical Center Foundation, and was also appointed by the Pike County Board of Commissioners as a Board Member of the Workforce and Innovation and Opportunity Act.
Clemmons obtained a Associates Degree from Hocking College in 2002 and Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology and Communications from Ohio University-Chillicothe in 2006. Later that year she completed her Nursing Home Administration training and began her senior living leadership career.
She takes over the Executive Director duties at Bristol Village from longtime Executive Director Pat Nichols, who will retire in December.