David and Rebecca have operated businesses in Knoxville and Maryville for many years. Along side owning Home Instead Senior Care Maryville, the Kigers' own and operate The Marinas on Lake Loudon. They became involved with Home Instead after being very involved in taking care of Mrs. Kiger (David's Mom) and Donna Guyett (David's Aunt). Both have since passed but David and Rebecca feel like they were able to make a real difference in their last days. They now want to carry that passion on to others and do it through Home Instead.
David and Rebecca can be reached via email at the address' below.
Jackson is a proud Tennessean. He was born and raised in East Tennessee and loves being so close to the Great Smoky Mountains. Prior to Home Instead Senior Care, Jackson worked with assisted living facilities, serving seniors for the past seven years. He enjoys the rewarding feeling of helping families in a time of need. Jackson is available to answer any questions regarding Home Instead Senior Care that you may have.
He can be reached at 865.333.8552 or by email at J.Blankenbeckler@HomeInstead.com
Angie was born and raised in Kalamazoo Michigan and moved to Tennessee in November of 2016. She has been in the medical field for roughly 12 years serving as a CNA then a CMA (certified medical assistant). Angie has volunteered with special needs people from ages 13 to 80 years of age and her passion is being able to help others in anyway she can to make the most positive difference in their life. Angie is married and has a daughter, son and one grandson that is just over a year old. When she's not working she loves spending time with her husband and two dogs. She enjoys doing outdoor activities with her Family and exploring her new surroundings here in Tennessee. Angie started as a caregiver and is also our Office Manager/scheduler in the office.
Angie can be reached via email at the address below.
"I am continually struck by the professionalism, high level of caring and exemplary caregivers that I have met from Home Instead. My mom couldn't live without them, and neither could I.