Jack and Jacqueline St.Clair, Ownership Team
Jack St. Clair is originally from Roanoke, VA and has also lived in Boiling Springs, NC and Dallas / Ft. Worth, TX. In his spare time, Jack enjoys jogging, reading, biking, traveling, and playing with his two children, Jonathan and Mary Anna. Jack is the youngest of seven children and frequently visits his family in Roanoke, VA.
Jack began working for the Lynchburg, VA office of Home Instead Senior Care in 2003. He moved in 2004 to the Roanoke, VA office where he stayed for two years. It was during this time that he and Jacqueline decided that they wanted to open up their own franchise of Home Instead Senior Care. They opened the doors of their own franchise in Manassas, VA on October 16, 2006.
Jack has a love for serving others, especially the senior population.
Jacqueline is originally from Roanoke, VA. She received a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology from Gardner-Webb University in Boiling Springs, NC and a Master of Social Work degree from Baylor University. Jacqueline is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in Virginia and taught at the university level for eight years. Her primary background has been providing therapy for children, adolescents, and their families. Jacqueline eagerly embraced the opportunity to join her husband, Jack St.Clair, in the business. She has been blessed to have close relationships with both of her grandmothers. In fact, one of Jacqueline's grandmothers received services from the local Home Instead Senior Care office inRoanoke, VA for a year before passing away in July of 2010. According to Jacqueline, "It was truly amazing to be on the giving and receiving end of care. My grandmother loved her CAREGiver! Because this business cares about people, it is something I can believe in." Jacqueline enjoys volunteering, jogging, vacationing with her husband, and spending quality time with her two children, Jonathan and Mary Anna.
In early 2014, Jack and Jacqueline announced the purchase of the Reston Home Instead franchise and look forward to serving even more seniors in Northern Virginia.