Our Leadership Team

The day-to-day operation of Arkansas City Presbyterian Manor is led by dedicated professionals on the leadership team who bring a wealth of experience and specialized expertise to their positions. As employees of Presbyterian Manors of Mid-America, our promise to you is to live our mission by:

  • Respecting that seniors, as citizens and individuals, retain their rights to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.
  • Extending our role in assisting residents with specific needs and desires.
  • Delivering compassionate service and attention to all levels of senior living.
  • Serving as a knowledgeable and trusted resource for all seniors.
  • Advocating for seniors and their lifestyles, health and wellness.

Sarah Griggs, Executive Director

Sarah completed her administrator-in-training at Arkansas City Presbyterian Manor in November 1999 shortly before graduating from Kansas State University. Before joining Presbyterian Manor full time in November 2000, she briefly served as marketing director for Medicalodge of Eureka. Sarah holds a bachelor’s degree in hotel and restaurant management from KSU, where her secondary major was gerontology with an emphasis on long-term care administration, and her minor was business administration. Her current community involvement includes Rotary International of Arkansas City; Soroptimist International of Arkansas City; Twin Rivers Developmental Supports, an organization assisting developmentally disabled individuals, where she serves on the board of directors; Leading Age Kansas; and Kansas Adult Care Executives.


Sean Page, Marketing & Admissions Director

Sean joined Presbyterian Manor in July 2017. He has seven years of experience in direct sales and leadership, most recently as a store manager for US Cellular for six years. Sean has an associate’s degree in computer science from Vatterott School of Technology. He is looking forward to representing Presbyterian Manor to local groups in Cowley County and building relationships with local seniors who may benefit from what is offered at the campus.


Cammy Boone, Health Services Director

Cammy joined Arkansas City Presbyterian Manor in July 2000 as a licensed practical nurse, night-shift charge nurse. She had previously worked in the food service industry. Cammy is a registered nurse and holds an associate’s degree in applied science from Butler Community College. She is actively involved with youth activities both at home and in the community where she serves as a volunteer on the Arkansas City Recreation Commission, assisting with the youth softball team. She attends First United Methodist Church in Arkansas City.


Bryan Bailey, Director Environmental Services

Bryan joined Presbyterian Manor in October 2014. He previously worked as a maintenance supervisor at another senior living community, and before that he worked in commercial construction for 10 years. He served as a community leader for the Tisdale 4-H Club for five years and on the Winfield FFA Alumni for three years.


Joyce Kisner, Social Worker

Joyce joined Arkansas City Presbyterian Manor in July 2007 as social services director. She had served the previous nine years in a variety of social service roles with the Cowley County Council on Aging. Her previous experience also includes two years as a social worker with Medicalodge Post Acute. Joyce has a Bachelor of Social Work degree from Southwestern College and is licensed in social work.


Lori S. Peters, Activity Director/Social Services Director for Assisted & Independent Living

Lori joined Arkansas City Presbyterian Manor in July 2004. She brought to her position nearly a decade of experience as a family therapist with community and family service providers in Winfield and Wichita. She holds a Master of Social Work degree from University of Kansas, and a bachelor’s degree in social work from Southwestern College. Lori is a licensed social worker and has been certified in Advanced Dementia Care through the Alzheimer’s Association, Trainer for Behavioral Based Ergonomic Therapy, Anger Replacement Training and Model Approach to Partnerships in Parenting by the Child Welfare Institute.


Julie McCoy, Dining Services Director

Julie joined Arkansas City Presbyterian Manor in May 1998 as a PRN (as needed) dining services aide. Previous experience includes eight years as trainer/lead operator for Casco Plastic Co. in Winfield, and four years in the billing department at Rodeo Meat Packing Co. Julie is a certified dietary manager and certified food protection professional (CDM, CFPP), and Dining Services Director certified.


Stacy Pike, Human Resource Director

Stacy was named human resource director at Presbyterian Manor in August 2016. She started at Presbyterian Manor in 2007. She worked as a CNA, CMA, home health aide and administrative assistant. Prior to coming to Presbyterian Manor, Stacy was the office manager at Ark City Chiropractic for five years. She received her CNA, CMA and home health certifications.


Sheila Riedl, Accounting Assistant

Sheila joined Arkansas City Presbyterian Manor in May 1999. She earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration, with a major in accounting, from Wichita State University. She has worked in accounting since 1990.


Shannon Grose, Administrative Assistant

Shannon joined Presbyterian Manor in June 2017. She worked in customer service for 15 years and for five years as part of the student assistance team for USD 470.


Anna Robinson, Assisted Living RN Supervisor

Anna was named RN supervisor in Assisted Living and Memory Care in February 2018. She started as a CNA in 2000 and received her LPN in 2003. She worked at Presbyterian Manor until 2005, and returned in February 2010. She went back to school and earned her RN in 2016. Her experience spans long-term care, home health and urgent care. In her spare time, she enjoys volunteering at her church with the youth program. She also likes to spend time with her family and fishing.

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