Andy Palmer has more than 8 years’ experience in the healthcare industry including acute care, home healthcare, administration, sales, and marketing. He has a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration and a Master’s Degree in Healthcare Administration. He is dedicated to continuing the outstanding legacy of quality care and concern for the residents, staff, families, and visitors of Sterling Court. His warm smile, charismatic personality and leadership qualities assist Sterling Court in being the premier retirement living community in southern Utah.
Kori Leverington has held positions in the medical administration field for over 8 years with a degree in health science and various medical certificates. Kori loves to travel to the Caribbean with her family, and spend every possible weekend with her husband, daughter and 2 boxers living life on the lake.
Nina has worked in the Public Relations, advertising, and marketing fields for over 30 years. She has made a life out of assisting others, building goodwill and motivating people to engage in their communities.
She is the type of lady who would prefer to conduct business on a hug rather than a handshake. That's just her style. "The most important things in life are the relationships we create."
Residing in Southern Utah with her husband, Mike, they are the parents of seven boys and one girl (yours, mine, ours, theirs and someone else's) and have Seventeen grandchildren. Sharing her heart, she has been a foster parent for many years. One of her many talents is her proficiency in sign language and her ability to assist the hearing impaired. Her dedication began with the birth of her second son, Joshua, who was born deaf.
Today you will Nina continuing to give back. She is on Leadership Dixie's board and just finished her time on the St. George Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors for the second time, Dixie Sunshiner, past State President of the Utah Business Women UBW/BPW and past local president of UBW. You will also find her volunteering every year for the St. George Marathon and the Ironman. Huntsman World Senior Games where she is in charge of the parade of athletes.
She is passionate about St. George and the community. She loves getting involved in EVERYTHING. She loves her friends and how our community comes together to help each other out. This is home.
She has been the Activities Director for nine years. She has worked in the field of gerontology for the past 20 years, with a degree in health education and certified gerontology. She creates programs to meet the needs of the mind, body, and spirit of our residents and their families, focusing on events in-house and in the community. She believes with her experience and enthusiasm that she can assist our residents to maintain a sense of independence and experience increased health and wellness. The joy of her life is having the privilege to share in the lives of our residents.
As the registered nurse at Sterling Court, Stacie oversees all healthcare aspects of our residents. She is responsible for coordinating resident care plans, overseeing medication management, and working closely with our resident’s physicians. Stacie is a supervisor of all CNA's and Medication Technicians that work closely with our residents daily. Stacie has worked at Sterling Court for about 2 years now and LOVES her job! When not at Sterling Court she enjoys spending time with her newlywed husband, exercising, and camping.
Kortney developed a passion for food and service at an early age while working at his family-owned restaurant in Tropic, UT. In 2004, he began his employment at Sterling Court as Dietary Manager. During his nearly 9 years at Sterling Court, he helped establish and raise the bar for fine dining. In 2013 Kortney moved to North Dakota to work as a floor hand for Unit Drilling. He then accepted an Executive Chef position at a fine dining restaurant back in his hometown of Tropic. After a year of working as the Executive Chef, he decided to move back to St. George to be closer to family and returned to Sterling Court as the Executive Chef in 2016. Kortney and his wife have 4 children. He enjoys motocross and riding with his family on the weekends.
Brent has been a part of the Sterling Court family since 2007. He is responsible for the structural and operational integrity of the community in accordance with federal, state and local standards and guidelines. He is beloved by residents and staff and works closely with all departments to ensure the community is safe and functional.