Like every family, we all make a difference in many unique ways…
… from a hug to celebrate a grandbaby
… to the best birthday cake
… to helping others in a time of need
… because love knows no limits.
Leigh Mooneyhan is the Executive Director at Massey Springs Senior Living Community. Leigh has 25 years experience in the health care industry and has been the Executive Director at Massey Springs since its opening in 2011.
Leigh grew up in the healthcare industry and followed in her mother’s footsteps of nursing. Her mother was a Director of Nursing in a skilled nursing facility, and Leigh spent summers at the facility interacting with the residents and staff. In 1994, Leigh earned her degree from the University of Kentucky as a registered nurse. Her first role as a registered nurse was a night shift supervisor at Wellington Parc, which is a 60 bed Alzheimer’s facility. After a month there, she was offered the position of Director of Nursing (DON) and held that position for 4 ½ years. During her time as DON, she received two deficiency free surveys. In 1998, Leigh accepted a position as the Executive Director at Morningside Assisted Living. Leigh then took a position as a Utilization Review nurse, which allowed her the opportunity to work from home while her son was young. In December 2010, Leigh accepted the Executive Director position at Massey Springs and opened the building in May 2011.
Leigh is very active in the Bowling Green community. She has been a board member for the South Central Kentucky Alzheimer’s walk since 2011 and has participated on the Small Business Committee for the Chamber of Commerce. She is the PTO President at Henry Moss Middle School and is a Parent Representative on the school’s Site Base Decision Making Council. She is also on the Family Resource and Youth Advisory Council at Henry Moss Middle School. Leigh volunteers for the Game Plan for the Outdoors Club at their annual fundraiser to benefit children that do not have a father figure in their lives. Her hobbies include spending time with her family and heading south to the beach at every opportunity.
“Working at Massey Springs is not a job, it’s a privilege. My goal is to make my residents lives the best they can be. They deserve the best, and the best is what they will get at Massey Springs!!”
Kim Thompson is the Administrative Assistant at Massey Springs. Kim began working at Massey Springs in September of 2018. She has 23 years of experience in the health care industry with 14 ½ of those working at an Alzheimer’s Facility here in Bowling Green as an Administrative Assistant and Medical Records. She really enjoys working and talking with Senior Adults. She is from Brownsville, a small town just north of Bowling Green. Her hobbies include spending time with her family, horseback riding, camping, and traveling to the beach.
Resident Service Director
Judy Ferrell is the Resident Service Director at Massey Springs Senior Living Community. Judy began working at Massey Springs in April of 2011, and already had 13 years of experience in Assisted Livings. She also has 21 years of experience in long- term care working as a CMA in a hospital and nursing home. Judy has always lived and worked in Warren County. She thoroughly enjoys senior adults and the history they share with us daily. In her spare time she enjoys travel and spending time with her family.
Abby is the Activity Director of The Haven Memory Care. She has worked at Massey Springs since March of 2018. Abby was born and raised in Fruit Heights Utah where she received her certification as a Nursing assistant, and attended college at Southern Utah University and Weber State University. Having 5 years experience in long term care, orthopedic rehabilitation, and memory care Abby has developed a love for working with the elderly. She moved to Russellville, KY after meeting her husband while serving an 18 month mission for her church. Abby enjoys playing piano and flute, pottery, reading, swimming, animals and spending time with her family.
Food Service Director
Debbie Hahn is the Food Service Director at Massey Springs Senior Living. Debbie has always been interested in nutrition and food preparation. She has worked at healthcare and adult daycare facilities serving individuals with various nutritional needs over the past 20 years. Debbie enjoys the challenge of getting to know the residents and their personal likes and dislikes so she can provide them with the most satisfying dining experience possible. A graduate of Marshall University, Debbie moved to Bowling Green 28 years ago and married her husband, Larry. She is currently getting into shape by trying to keep up with a three year old grandson.