As owner of Home Instead Senior Care in Bozeman and Helena I am rewarded in working with some of the best people I have ever known. I also have the opportunity every day to experience the joy one gets in helping others. The relationships we have built through the years with people in the healthcare community has opened the door to knowledge that is crucial in caring for our senior clients. Establishing trust, sharing our heart, and taking the lead has been and will continue to be our focus, but above all making the world better for our clients and their families is our mission. At Home Instead Senior Care we love what we do!
I am motivated by my own mother, father, and grandmother who struggled with cancer, diabetes, heart disease, and Alzheimer’s. I know firsthand how difficult it can be for families as well as the individual suffering through these health issues. Just because we age or have illness doesn’t mean we quit living.
Through our experience, world class training programs, and passion to help others we offer solutions for you and your loved ones by providing kind, caring, and compassionate care. Someone recently said, “If you do just one kind thing every day for someone else, you will always be happy”. At Home Instead Senior Care we know this is true!
Tony can be reached via email at Tony.Marchi@HomeInstead.com
Hi, my name is Ruth Ann, and I am the other franchise owner here in Bozeman and Gallatin County. I owe so much to my parents who taught me to treat others with dignity and respect. I know they learned it from their parents and them from theirs as we are from a long line of pioneering families. I believe doing for others is the best work of life so when my husband and I got the opportunity to help seniors live a better life here in Southwest Montana I jumped on and held tight. I’m named after both of my Grandmothers. Ruth lived to be 104. When she turned 100 there was a big family birthday party and granny played softball with her grandchildren and great-grandchildren. She was a short lady, but everyone looked up to her. My Mom was 40 when I was born and my Daddy, 45. Almost always I remember being a CAREGiver. Mom had Rheumatoid Arthritis real bad and Daddy had Diabetes and Parkinson’s Disease. I helped a lot, but I was just a kid. They had it rough. As I got older I got better. If Home Instead Senior Care had existed then they could have had a more fulfilling life. Now I own a Home Instead Senior Care Franchise. There’s not too many days that go by that I don’t think about my folks. I take my job seriously and look for seniors that need help. The CAREGivers we hire are compassionate and caring people. They are wonderful individuals. I wish I could have had them help take care of my parents. We teach them that every person’s life is worth a novel, we know they treat everyone with dignity and respect. If you are looking for caring and compassionate CAREGivers to help your loved one you came to the right place. “To us, it really is personal.”
Ruth Ann can be reached via email at RuthAnn.Marchi@HomeInstead.com
Jon brings a variety of life experience to the office. Having
served as a paratrooper in the 82nd Airborne Division, Jon takes pride in
serving a greater need as well as placing the needs of the team over his own.
He studied Accounting and Finance in Montana and immediately went to work in
the New York banking Industry. With strong family ties to Home Instead, Jon is
enthusiastic about joining a Best in Class company that is always looking to
serve a greater purpose.
In his spare time Jon enjoys the outdoors by getting involved in
activities ranging from fishing and hiking to golf.
Jon can be reached via email at Jonathan.Marchi@HomeInstead.com
Norma has called Montana home for 20 years since moving here from Tennessee. She worked in the healthcare field in an Administrative role for 25 years. Her last position being that of Clinic Manager for Bozeman Health Cardiology. She worked for an Assisted Living facility in Butte for seven years where she saw the struggles that families had when their loved ones were diagnosed with Alzheimer’s. The goal to find a cure for this disease became close to her heart and she became the Team Leader for two years for the Butte Walk to End Alzheimer’s and continues to be involved in the walk here in Bozeman. As our Office Coordinator she understands the struggles that families have when trying to decide about care for their loved ones and enjoys talking to people on the phone and assisting them in being able to keep their loved ones independent and in their home.When she’s not working, she likes to hike, fish, read and take her dog for long walks.
Diana Hamilton RN, BSN, CHPN, BC-CM has joined our professional staff. Diana brings a diverse range of clinical experience from both acute hospital care and home care. She is certified in Hospital/Palliative Care and Case Management. Her focus is to provide education and collaboration with all team members to provide support, facilitate improved outcomes to our clients, their families, and enhance their lives.
Diana can be reached via email at Diana.Hamilton@HomeInstead.com
Andrea is the best staffing coordinator ever to fill the position at Home Instead Senior Care. Growing up in Montana she learned a great work ethic along with integrity, logic, and people skills. She loves her job, and coming to work. Her ability to match the right Caregiver with the personality of a client is unsurpassed. She truly understands how important relationships are to setting the stage for good outcomes. When she isn’t working hard, she is enjoying her wonderful family including her dogs. Andrea cares about people, and that is what makes her very special.
Andrea can be reached via email at Andrea.McOmber@HomeInstead.com
Suzanne’s love for seniors in Southwest Montana grows each day because she is passionate about making a lasting difference in the lives of seniors and their families. She is an educator and successful businesswoman having owned and operated “Elevate Life” in Helena where she systematically changed the lives of her clients allowing them peace of mind in their daily lives. Her strong leadership, planning, and organizational skills, and compassion, along with her vast experience in helping others allows her to train and work seamlessly with our CAREGivers to provide the highest quality care possible. She’s a life coach and looks forward each day to making your life and the lives of your loved ones better. Being a ranch girl, she enjoys the great Montana outdoors! Suzanne can be reached at 406-513-1701 or Suzanne.email@example.com
Kris is the type of person a senior care company needs to have. She is a veteran of the Air Force, retired commissioned officer in criminal law, schooled in Psychology, and has a proven track record in customer focus and satisfaction. Kris takes aim at hiring the best candidates using her background to discover the best qualities in an individual synonymous with quality care. Her administrative skills allow her to be highly proficient in record keeping, review of CAREGiver activities, and recruitment through various means. Her daily optimistic view keeps everyone upbeat and exceedingly productive. When not helping seniors Kris and her husband enjoy their dogs, hiking, and spending as much time as possible outdoors.
Smokey, a genuine registered Blue Tick Coonhound, is the mascot for Home Instead Senior Care. Our staff, CAREGivers, and clients just love him, and he compassionately loves them back. He flew in from Tennessee back in 2014 and has been helping to enhance the lives of others since then. You might see Old Smokey traveling to any of the senior communities in Southwest Montana or right up to a client’s house to share his affection for all he comes in contact with. When Old Smokey isn’t working to please others he likes lying in front of a good fire or frankly lying anywhere, after all he’s a hound dog! If you are a client and want Old Smokey to come see you just give our office a call, and he will put on his jacket and head right over.
"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.