Meet the Team
Our team is excited to be part of the community and serve the aging population and their families here at Cloverland Park Senior Living. We strive not only to provide excellent quality care and service, but also to make sure you feel at home in our community. We look forward to serving and making a positive difference in the community and in the lives of those we serve.
Brent Brewer comes to Cloverland Park with over 20 years of experience in the senior living industry. He has served in various roles ranging from regional operations director to regional marketing and sales director, to executive director. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in health care administration and a Master of Business Administration degree. Originally from Huntsville, Ala., Brent is an Alabama football fan and in his spare time enjoys spending time at the lake with his wife, Angela.
Director of Sales and Marketing
Brandy Henderson has worked in senior living communities for more than 10 years. Throughout her career, she has served in various roles, including licensed certified nursing assistant, human resources and education coordinator. She brings with her experience working in nursing homes and independent senior living communities. Brandy has found her home at Cloverland Park Senior Living on our Sales and Marketing team. She is very motivated to make sure your loved ones have the best possible experience with transitioning into the Cloverland Park Senior
Living community and ensuring they receive the best possible care. Brandy has two amazing children, ages 10 and 12. Brandy and her family enjoy being outdoors and going to the beach.
Vibrant Life Director
Lindsey VanderKooi brings over three years of experience in senior care and more than five years of experience in health care to the Cloverland Park Senior Living community as the Vibrant Life® director. Lindsey graduated with her bachelor’s degree in therapeutic recreation in 2015 and is a certified therapeutic recreation specialist. She has worked in a variety of settings with various age groups but found her love and passion for seniors working in memory care and assisted living over three years ago.
Lindsey is originally from Grand Rapids, Mich., and moved to Nashville, Tenn., in August 2017. Outside of work, she enjoys being active, spending time with friends and traveling, and is very involved in her church community. Lindsey is a certified yoga instructor who enjoys practicing yoga often.
Business Office Director
Renysia Fugghett serves Cloverland Park Senior Living as the Business Office director. She has almost a decade of experience in the senior living industry. She received her MBA degree from Bethel University. Over the course of her career, she has worked in various positions in senior living communities. She is passionate about providing exceptional care to residents and enjoys helping others.
Outside of work, Renysia enjoys spending time with her family, trying new foods, shopping, watching the Atlanta Falcons and meeting new people.
Chef Kelvin White
Culinary Services Director
Chef Kelvin White is our Culinary Services director at Cloverland Park Senior Living. Growing up in Atlanta, Georgia, Kelvin developed a passion for cooking while he worked in his father’s restaurant. Chef Kelvin puts his heart and mind into each dish that he prepares. He enjoys bringing others joy and an amazing dining experience through his cooking.
His favorite quote is “It’s not the load that breaks you, it’s how you carry it.”
Building Services Director
Matthew Cincurak, the Building Services director, is originally from Akron, Ohio, and moved to the Nashville in 2010. When Matthew moved to Nashville, he decided to attend HVAC school at Miller Motte Technical College, which led him to a career in maintenance. After working in commercial and multi-family maintenance roles, he found a passion for the senior living industry.
Matthew is an avid University of Michigan fan and a collector of all things Michigan-sports memorabilia. He enjoys camping, traveling, spending time on Center Hill Lake with his family, home improvement jobs with his neighbor, “junking” for oil and gas and Michigan collectibles, and making his wife laugh.