Our team at Royalton Place

Our Team

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Karen Winegar, Dining Services Director

Karen joined the Royalton Place family in 1999 as a third cook and today is our Dining Services Director.  She really loves her job and has a passion for the residents.  One of her favorite things to do is use family recipes given to her by the residents so she can put them on the menu for everyone to enjoy.  

Karen has three boys, thirteen grandchildren and many adopted others.  Her hobbies include cooking and being with her family.

Tory Nelson, Building Services Director

Tory joined us as our Building Services Director in 2017 after spending eight years doing property maintenance for both large and small companies as well as private residences.  What he likes best about maintenance is the diversity of tasks he does on any given day.

Tory is a 7th generation Oregonian and has lived here all his life. When not working, Tory likes listening to a wide variety of music. He also enjoys reading fiction novels and writing short stories as well as poems.

Megan Garri, Community Relations Director

Megan Garri joined the Royalton Family as a Receptionist in the spring of 2016, where she has since grown in her career and passion for seniors.

Before joining our team she worked in cosmetics as a professional makeup artist. While she still enjoys the art of cosmetics, she was longing for something that fulfilled her heart and jumped at the opportunity to become a part of our resident’s lives.

“I love being a part of this family. Coming to work and making a difference in the lives of not only the residents, but their family members is the most amazing feeling. My heart is full each day I leave.”

Megan enjoys spending her free time with her family and fur babies. She has a 4 year old Corgi Chihuahua mix named Tate, a kitten named Polly, and Harper the hedgehog.

Angela Slindee, Activity Director.

Anglea Slindee joined Royalton Family in the summer of 2018 as the Activity Director. Angela received her BA in Speech Language Hearing Sciences from the University of Minnesota (GO GOPHERS!) She also holds a Director of Activity Certificate from Oregon Health Care Association.

Angela started volunteering in assisted living and nursing homes at the age of 12 and has worked with senior population for the last twenty years.

When not at work she enjoys hiking, playing softball, and reading books.

Kelly Treisch, Health Services Director

Kelly had a lifelong desire to become a nurse.  She began her healthcare career as a certified nursing assistant and after becoming a licensed practical nurse went to work in a fast paced hospital setting.  In 1994, through a series of events, Kelly found the senior living industry and learned she not only had a passion for seniors but also a strong desire to work with those suffering with dementia.  She quickly became a memory care director where she had the opportunity to help in the development and implementation of training programs as well as the opening of two new memory care communities in the state of Washington.  

Kelly decided to return to school to pursue her RN degree, and soon after achieving that she accepted a position as a corporate nurse.  This position had her travelling between 10 different states supporting multiple communities, helping to train those nursing teams and filling in when needed.  When her husband decided that he was ready to retire, Kelly’s desire to stay closer to home led her to Royalton Place.  She said she feels she has found a warm friendly community with a staff and residents that she truly enjoys.

In her free time Kelly enjoys spending time with her family including her children, grandchildren and the many friends she has all over the United States.  She and her husband love to travel and have a friend who drives the NASCAR circuit.  She also enjoys spending time on the water in their boat with her family and their dog, a Great Pyrenees.