img_1865Barbara Hanson
Head Concierge

Barb came to us after her 35-year career with a communications company followed by a two-year position at a local veterinary hospital. She is passionate about caring for people and their pets and is looking forward to her role as part of the Woodbine “family.” Barb has 3 grown children and lives with her daughter, Kate and their seven dogs.


Katy Lemery
Memory Care Coordinator

Katy comes to us with over 18 years experience in Senior Living covering many different aspects of the field, most recently as an Administrator of a Level III facility. She has an Associate’s Degree in Human Services from the Community College of Vermont and has her Residential Care Manager’s Certificate.  She has a certificate as a Dementia Care Practitioner and Validation Therapy.  Katy has a heart for seniors and helping them have the best quality of life they can.  She also has a passion for the front line staff, our care providers.  Outside of work, Katy spend  s most of her time as a youth leader for high school students, going on Medical Missions trip (specifically to Haiti) and playing with her 4 nieces and nephew.  She resides in St. Albans, VT with her dog, Kallie and 2 cats, Harley and Zoey.


Rosemarie Provetto, RN-BC
Director of Nursing

Photo & Bio Coming Soon.


Paul Krcmar
Food Service Director

Paul began his journey with food at an early age. His multi-cultural exposure to food came not only from his immigrant parents, but from the many refugees that, over the years, his parents helped resettle in the USA.

Paul studied food service management at Penn State University and went on to apprentice under some highly skilled chefs to continue to hone his skills in the kitchen. He has been working as a chef in Vermont for more than 25 years. As Executive Chef for American Flatbread, in the late 80`s he was a pioneer in the Vermont farm to table movement. Paul`s philosophy surrounding feeding our residents is based on simply prepared, good, clean, whole foods, that are not only delicious and nutritious, but at there best, have the ability to nurture and bring joy as well.


Rebecca Gwozdz
Director of Community Life

Photo and Bio coming soon.