The Leadership Team at Stoney River Marshfield is committed to making senior living a compassionate, enjoyable and healthy experience for our residents and their families.
Sarah helps families make the transition to Stoney River as easy as possible. She holds their hands through the process and makes sure residents have everything they need in their new homes. Sarah’s compassion extends to her volunteer work with the Girl Scouts and United Way. She enjoys camping, cooking, photography and mostly family time with her husband and four daughters.
Wally, as he’s known as, worked in kitchens since age 15! From Steakhouses to Italian restaurants and golf courses to ski resorts, Wally’s crowd-pleasing cooking runs the gamut. A fan of Star Wars and Vikings football, Wally hails from the Twin Cities and now calls Marshfield home with his wife and two teenagers.
Christopher Walberg, aka Wally
An experienced accountant, Joyce balances work and family like a pro. She keeps the business office running smoothly thanks to her accounting experience with LTC Properties, a real estate investment trust that invests in senior housing and health care properties, and experience as a property accountant for Ventura Investment Company and Eng Flanders Group. Outside of work, Joyce invests in time with family and friends.
Nikki is the main point of contact for people who are exploring a move to Stoney River Marshfield. “Making the decision to move to an assisted living or memory support community can be challenging for mom, dad, and their loved ones. I love getting to know families and helping to make the transition easier for them,” says Nikki, whose favorite part of the job is meeting people and building relationships. On a typical day, you will find Nikki giving tours, educating families and hosting community events.
Nicole “Nikki” Lehmann
A Philippine native, Boyet received a degree in Electrical Engineering from Far Eastern University and has over 20 years of electrical engineering experience. Living in the US since 2004, Boyet enjoys cooking traditional Filipino foods, with Adobo as his specialty, for his wife, four kids, and granddaughter. Boyet also likes listening to classical music, using his craft for building and repairs and traveling throughout the US and the Philippines.
Rodelio “Boyet” Hernandez
After graduating nursing school as the class salutatorian, Elizabeth worked in a variety of settings, including long-term care and assisted living, and found she prefers memory support. “Forging relationships with residents and families is the most rewarding part of my day!” Elizabeth loves to be outdoors with her husband and son as well as crafting and reading.
Elizabeth Richards, LPN
While working as a CNA in memory support, Marianne discovered her passion for helping people with dementia. “Now I have my dream job! Making residents laugh and keeping them active is truly rewarding.” Marianne enjoys spending time with her significant other, Jerry, 97-year-old father and two dogs, Max and Maggie.
Valerie discovered that she had a knack for engaging older adults when she volunteered at the memory care community where her father lived. For years, Valerie assisted with activities for her father who had Alzheimer’s and his friends. “My passion is making people happy!” says Valerie. A Marshfield native, Valerie worked as a hairstylist for 35 years before pursuing her calling at Stoney River. Other great sources of joy to Valerie are her 12-year-old daughter and small, tight-knit family.
Sara uses her expertise and compassion to meet each family’s unique needs. This Marshfield native has a nursing degree and nearly 20 years of experience in health care, palliative/hospice care and assisted living. Reading, travelling and spending time with her daughter outside of work refuel her passion.
Committed to EQUAL OPPORTUNITY
Stoney River is committed to equality of opportunity for all qualified people. We prohibit discrimination by or against any person on the basis of age, gender, race, religion, color, national origin, citizenship status, marital status, sexual orientation, disability, veteran status or any other factor that is unrelated to our legitimate business interests. In addition, we strive to make appropriate and reasonable accommodations that enable any qualified disabled person to contribute to our mission and values.