Meet Our Staff
Sally Fox Bolek MSN RN - Director
Sally earned her Bachelors of Science in Nursing from Nazareth College, a Masters of Science in Nursing from University of Michigan and completed post-graduate coursework in Gerontology. Sally has worked more than 30 years in nursing with experience in palliative care, hospice, dementia, cardiac care, oncology, home health services and more. She conducts initial and continuing assessments, administers medication, and completes evaluations for the members.
Theresa Williams-Ralph - Assistant Director, Volunteer Coordinator
Theresa has over 25 years experience working in health care. She is a Greenville native with much personal experience caring for seniors. She has been with Clay Street Center since before its opening. Theresa handles all the insurance and billing paperwork, coordinates volunteer schedules, engages daily with members, and provides excellent assistance in so much more!
Becky Peak - Enrichment Coordinator
Becky joined the Clay Street Center staff in February 2019. She lives in Crystal and has 34 years of long-term care experience, including twelve years as an activities director. She decided to come out of retirement when she saw the opportunity of enrichment coordinator at Clay Street Center. Becky plans and conducts our variety of daily activities, schedules guest performers, and arranges outings for members.
A Shared Belief in Dignity and Care
Sally, Theresa and Becky understand the importance of caring for their loved ones at home and want to help other families do the same. They believe people of all ages have value and should be treated with dignity and respect.
They are excited to be giving back to this caring community and are committed to serving older adults in the greater Greenville area. Compassion, enjoyment and laughter are an essential part of every day at Clay Street Center.
Sally Fox Bolek and Resa Remus-Stariha are both from Greenville and attended High School together. Sally had a life-long dream of opening an Adult Day Center to help seniors continue to live at home, remain as independent as possible and have full, meaningful lives. When her father was diagnosed with Lewy Body Dementia, it became clear that it was time to make the dream a reality. Resa kindly offered to be co-founder.
Danish Festival Weekend 2016, the brainstorming began. They found an ideal building located in Greenville near the Flat River Trail. With the help of family and friends, they were able to begin renovations. They hired Theresa Williams-Ralph to help run the center and recruit volunteers to assist with the daily programs. Thanks to a generous grant from the Greenville Area Community Foundation, a Life Enrichment Coordinator, Becky Peak from Crystal, was added to the staff in February 2019.