KATY KEACH - DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONS
Katy Keach, Director of Operations, has been with Creekside since its opening in 2010. Katy graduated from Oakland High School and has called Murfreesboro “home” for over 30 years. She is Mom to Addison and Trenton. Katy is a very devoted MTSU supporter and fan. She loves all things blue. Her love for MTSU began early as her grandfather owned Phillips bookstore located on MTSU campus. In her leisure time, Katy loves to spend time with family and at the lake. She is a member of New Vision Baptist Church where she is active in many of their programs. Katy became a certified dementia practitioner in 2015.
SHANE CARNEY - DIRECTOR OF MAINTENANCE
Shane Carney, Director of Maintenance at Creekside Assisted Living and Creekside Villas was born and raised in Antioch, TN, and attended Antioch High School. Prior to working at Creekside, Shane worked for over 16 years in senior living and is very passionate about working with seniors. Shane enjoys working to keep Creekside maintained for all who call this community home.
Shane is an antique car enthusiast. Shane is married with 3 children, ages 9, 7 and 2, and he enjoys time with his family attending his children’s many sporting events.
LORI K. DOMER - DIRECTOR OF MARKETING AND SALES
Lori was one of the first employees when Creekside at Three Rivers opened their doors in 2010. She worked in activities and marketing before leaving to further her education. She earned her Master of Arts in Education from Trevecca Nazarene University. Lori is very excited to once again be working for Creekside! Lori has nearly 15 years of experience working in the senior arena. It became her passion after taking care of her grandmother. Lori is originally from Kentucky and spent 10 years in New York, before making Murfreesboro her home. Lori’s daughter, Emily, is a freshman at the University of Kentucky. They are both huge supporters of the UK Wildcat basketball team. She also enjoys reading, traveling, and honing old friendships. Lori’s energy comes from here favorite quote, "Life is not measured by the number of breaths we take, but by the moments that take our breath away."