Toni (Mary) Little is married to Rich Little, has three children and eight grandchildren (living in three different states). She graduated from Dundee Central School and Ithaca College. She taught in the public school system for two years before marriage. Toni has taught 10+ years in early childhood programs. She is co-owner of Tall Pines Above Seneca, a seasonal vacation rental and B&B. She enjoys baking with her sister Carole, making grape pies, bread and jams. She is presently involved in Dundee Rocks n Reads which promotes reading to young children. Toni joined the board of Clinton Crest Manor in May 2013.
Elaine is a life-long resident of Penn Yan. After graduating from Penn Yan Academy she attended Corning Community College and Brockport State, earning a degree in Education. She taught in Seneca Falls upon her graduation and then came to the Penn Yan Elementary School in 1973, teaching 1st, 2nd, 3rd grades until her retirement in 2004. She is an active member of St. Paul's Lutheran Church where she is Vice President of the Church Council; Chair of the Worship Committee and serves as an assistant minister. She and husband Earle live in Milo Center and have one son, Aaron and Elaine has two step-daughters, Sherri and Stephanie. Elaine is happy to be a new member for the board of Clinton Crest Manor and serving the people of Penn Yan.
Virginia (Ginny) returned to her hometown of Penn Yan in 2013 to fulfill a dream of sharing the beauty of Keuka Lake with others. She has accomplished that by starting and operating Steamboat Castle Bed & Breakfast, located on Keuka Lake. After graduating from Penn Yan Academy and Susquehanna University, she pursued a career in accounting at Coopers & Lybrand in Philadelphia and then onto Prudential Financial. In her 26 years at Prudential Financial, she had a number of various careers and assignment locations - her last, prior to retirement, was Vice President of Strategic Planning for their Life Insurance business, located in New Jersey.
Lauren is a Registered Nurse. She worked at Yates County Public Health for 33 years. She has served on many not-for-profit boards over the years, one of which was the Penn Yan Manor board. Her parents were past residents of Penn Yan Manor.
Her interests include health care, long-term care, and volunteerism. Her hobbies include reading, walking and traveling. Lauren joined our board because she it is one way of giving back.
Jennifer grew up on a farm in Yates County. She graduated from Dundee Central School and St. Lawrence University. She worked over 25 years as office manager in the automobile industry and is now enjoying retirement.
Jennifer has one daughter, who is a physical education teacher for Fayetteville/Manlius School.
Jennifer's husband builds hot rods so they enjoy going to car events, going for rides in their 1940 Ford pick up, and visiting local wineries.
Jennifer's father, Llyod Peelle, was a resident of the Penn Yan Manor Nursing Home for over four years.
Deena Conley is the Administrator of Clinton Crest Manor. She received her Associate in Science in Human Services and Bachelor of Science in Human Services Management from Empire State College. She also completed the Certificate Program in Gerontology at St. John Fisher College.
She has been at Clinton Crest Manor since 1995. She has been the Administrator since 2004. Deena currently resides in Penn Yan with her husband Terry and her son, Josh. She is an avid animal lover. Her free time is spent with her family and friends.
Heidi Wilber is the Assistant Administrator of Clinton Crest Manor. She has been at Clinton Crest Manor since 2003. She has been Assistant Administrator since 2005. Heidi resides in Hall with her husband Andrew and their two cats Samantha and CeCe. She spends her free time hiking, reading, drawing and spending time with her family.