From Illinois Business Journal news services
WOOD RIVER — Stacey Noble-Loveland has been named executive director of Foxes Grove Supportive Living Community in Wood River.
“Foxes Grove is a true gem,” said Noble-Loveland (left). “I am very excited to be here and look forward to providing seniors with comfortable, safe, independent living while also providing them the support they need. I am thrilled to work with our wonderful, caring staff, which is so dedicated to our residents.”
Noble-Loveland was most recently the Care Transitions coordinator for Senior Services Plus in Alton. She received a master’s degree in gerontology from Lindenwood University in 2012. A native of Alton, Noble-Loveland is a member of numerous organizations and serves as board president of Alton Main Street; as an ambassador for the RiverBend Growth Association, as well as a mentor for their Young Adults Committee; as a member of the Adult Advisory Committee for the Riverbender.com Community Center and for The Older Adults Health Council; and as co-chair of the Madison County Networking Professionals Group.
About Foxes Grove
Foxes Grove aims to provide a lifestyle of comfort and well-being for seniors in a maintenance-free atmosphere. It became a Support Living Community in 2007. With 94 apartments, including studio, 1-bedroom and 2-bedroom units, Foxes Groves provides apartment-style living with all-inclusive services. Additional information is at www.foxesgrove.com