What differentiates one skilled nursing & rehabilitation center from another? The answer is... the people who work and reside there! The people set the tone, the atmosphere, and the expectations. At Maplewood of Marshall, we take great pride in ensuring that everyone feels like part of our family and that they are treated as special "guests" in our home.
Maplewood of Marshall employs a team of highly qualified medical professionals, including a Medical Director, Registered Nurses, Restorative Care Nurses, a Wound Care Nurse, state tested Certified Nursing Assistants, Physical Therapists, Occupational Therapists, and a Speech Therapist. Our on-site Rehab, Dietary, Social Work, and Activities departments provide personalized and compassionate care to each guest. From the moment you walk through the front doors, the warmth and caring of the staff will begin to gain your trust and confidence, as they strive to exceed your expectations.
Unlike other facilities that use "contracted" staff members, each member of the team at Maplewood of Marshall is directly employed, not "contracted". Each Team Member takes great pride in portraying "The Laurel Way of Caring", as they strive for excellence in providing only the highest standard of care and services to every guest, and to every family member and visitor. Come on in! Visit a while! Let us show you our very best... let us show you The Laurel Way.
Corky Segall started as our Activities Director in May 2018. A native of Marshall, she brings over 25 years of customer service and family experiences to Maplewood from a variety of fields, including hair stylist, pre-school teacher and Girl Scout Leader. She is highly recognizable in the community, and is connected to a number of local volunteer projects including the Farmer’s Market, the Franke Center, Marshall Home Tours, as well as restarting interest in Middle School Dances. With an emphasis on personal engagement, movement, and giving a personal touch, she embodies the qualities needed to succeed as our Activities Director. Whether it’s a lazy Country drive to see the changing of the seasons, a day trip to find an undiscovered local treasure, or growing the group size for exercise classes, Corky brings passionate & considerate energy, fun and happiness to our Maplewood community.
Business Office Manager
Diana VanderWeg joined the team at Maplewood in 2009 as a Business Office Manager. Previously she worked in the banquet area, accounting office and also as a night auditor at a hotel, which she enjoyed because she could meet all kinds of people. At Maplewood, she continues to enjoy learning more about co-workers and residents, helping them in between her duties and more often than not she provides a listening ear for their various stories. She particularly enjoys helping out with special occasions at Maplewood during the holidays.
Has lived entire life in Marshall. Originally graduated from KCC with an associates in Nursing in 1992 and received my Masters in Nursing from Spring Arbor University in 2012. Has 26 years of nursing experience in a variety of settings but the majority being Emergency Nursing. Truly love the small town feeling of Marshall and its willingness to always take care of their own. Embraces the statement "If you want others to be happy, practice compassion. If you want to be happy, practice compassion".
Robin Johnston joined Maplewood of Marshall as the Community Manager in 2016. Robin has a long-time family history in Marshall, making her very familiar with many people and aspects of this community. Robin graduated with her BBA from Western Michigan University in 1990 with a major in Accounting. She used this education as a Budget Analyst and Accountant for the Federal Government, stayed home to raise her children for years, then made a decision to pursue a nursing career. She received her RN in 2004, and went on to obtain her MSN in 2013. She has worked in hospitals, skilled nursing facilities, urgent care center, free clinic for the uninsured, and taught nursing at the collegiate level, but has always had a passion for geriatrics. This position affords her with the ability to use her education, experience, and passion to serve her local community in this position at Maplewood.
Director of Marketing
Karin Gallagher grew up in Battle Creek, Michigan and received her Bachelors of Science Degree from Western Michigan University in 1992. During her course of study, her fields of interest were Psychology, Sociology, and Health Education. Karin has worked primarily with seniors since graduation. As a Licensed Social Worker, Karin has worked at Maplewood of Marshall as the Director of Marketing since 2000. The community of Marshall is greatly enhanced by Karin's participation in many local organizations and events. There is rarely any activity in Marshall that Karin hasn't promoted through her position at Maplewood. This involvement not only affords the community her enthusiasm but sets the stage for the guests to be a part of the community.
Shirley Cable brings lots of life and experience to these positions. Shirley started at Maplewood of Marshall in 2000 as a Personal Service Assistant, then she transitioned to Activities Coordinator, and then due to her wonderful cooking expertise she was given the opportunity to manage the Dietary Department. Shirley is very family-oriented and has taken Maplewood of Marshall on as her family. Whenever you're with Shirley you are sure to eat well and have your life enriched.
Director of Maintenance
John Walbeck has been the Director of Maintenance since 2005. He came to the building to help Jane out for a few days and still remains. It is his desire to keep busy that keeps him coming back. He retired from Eatons after 33 years and just couldn't sit at home. The guests give him many things to do. If you were to ask John why he was still at Maplewood of Marshall he would say, "It keeps me busy and I like the people I work with."