Hi, my name is Quinn Perry. I have a special place in this business as it’s been in my family for my entire life. I am the maternal Great Grandson of Fern and Ray Enos who founded the Nursing Home in 1955, Grandson of Catherine Preston, and son of Patricia Perry. I chose to go back to school in 2008 and obtain my MBA in Healthcare Management after working in the construction industry. I started working construction while going to Western Michigan University where I received my BBA. After graduation I continued to work in the field as I enjoyed the work, eventually I went into business for myself. After completing my MBA education, I made the decision to go to Michigan State University’s Executive Program to obtain my Nursing Home Administrators License and become the fourth generation Administrator at Alamo Nursing Home, well that all depends on when the third generation decides to call it quits. Working in long term care has its challenges, but the reward is being able to provide a safe, loving, and stable environment for those in our community that need a place to call home, when they are no longer able to care for themselves. My Great Grandma started the Nursing Home with the dream of being able to help people, I am going to do my best to carry on her legacy. I am married to my wife Tanya, and we have two boys Brennan and Carsen. In my spare time I enjoy golfing, watching my boys sporting events, and vacationing with family and friends.
"My why for healthcare comes from the pride of my family being in this field for over 65 years, and being the only family-owned long term care community still operating in the State of Michigan."
My name is Mary Traxler. I am married with two daughters (both works for Alamo) and five grandchildren (oldest works for Alamo). I have worked in the field of Business Administration and with Alamo for 44+ years!
"My why for healthcare comes from always having the love for helping the elderly community and the joy of working for such a caring family business."
My name is Adrienne Struck. I am a mother of two daughters and a grandmother of four granddaughters! I enjoy family time, painting, theater, movies, and lots of laughter. I've worked in Human Resources for 8 years and worked for Alamo less than a year.
"My why for healthcare comes from my passion to help people. I enjoy the opportunity to help people who help others!"
My name is Becky Bailey. I am married with two teenagers and our fur baby Wrigley Field. "Dare to be different" is imprinted in me and what I try to imprint into my children everyday! Working for Alamo started my career path as a receptionist in the medical field.
"My why for healthcare comes from being able to greet, help, and guide our patients and families!"
HI! My name is Brittney Widner. I'm the scheduling coordinator here at Alamo. When I'm not at work I love spending time with my family and friends. I have a son and a daughter. I have been a Certified Nurse Aide for 8 years. I am also an apprentice in Business Development and Certified CPR and Basic Life Saving Support Instructor. I have volunteered with the Alzheimer's Association for 5 years and served as the board chair for the Walk To End Alzheimer's for 3 years.
My why for healthcare comes from always having the passion in helping others. Most importantly I believe in caring for those who once cared for us being the highest honor of all!