What began as a dream is today the area’s most exceptional retirement community in Bartlesville, located on 26 lovely acres close to Highway 75 including a lake and walking trails with dining, shopping, business services and attractions close by. Green Country Village is a not-for-profit, rental senior living community offering three lifestyle choices: independent living, assisted living and memory care (in fact, the area’s only retirement community offering memory care). This comfortable, tranquil community is made up of friendly, familiar faces — many of whom have worked and lived in Bartlesville all their lives.
Board of Trustees
Who better to lead Green Country Village senior living than people who have the best interests of Bartlesville at heart? The Board is made up of hometown Bartlesville citizens committed to providing seniors an outstanding choice for their retirement years.
Members of our board:
- William Dausses, President
- Glenda Garrison, Vice President
- David Nelson, Treasurer
- Stephen Colaw
- John Gerkin
- Steve Grogan
- Kathy Hadden
- Dayna McCoy
- David Nelson
- Ben Rovenstine
- Steve Smith
Meet Barbara Cluts!
Meet Fran Salih!
Meet JoAn Fraser!
Jane Seago- daughter of resident
I appreciate the very thorough approach GCV has taken throughout this difficult time with COVID-19. Please do keep me informed. Here’s hoping the end is in sight!
Sandra Brown – daughter of resident
I totally support all you are doing and I’m so thankful my mom is in such a great place. You all are wonderful!!!
Andrew Jones- brother of resident
As the chief medical officer of a tertiary referral hospital in Colorado I applaud your efforts. Your fastidiousness is appreciated. Thank you.
Sara Mezaros – daughter of resident
Just wanted to give your crew another shout out! My mom is staying positive and I know that it’s thanks to you all! I was on the phone yesterday afternoon when someone knocked on the door just to check on her!
Glenda Harmon Scully – daughter of resident
We are thankful for all the precautions (that Green Country is taking) We know our loved ones are being well cared for and protected.
Green Country Village has the kindest nurses, activity directors & staff! Visiting my grandfather there was the best. Each day has a different schedule of activities & they serve amazing meals 3 times a day. The people truly go out of their way to make each day special. Thank you Green Country Village for all the hard work you do! The memories of spending time there will always be cherished.
Sandy Heidorn – IL Resident
My experience has been positive and enjoyable. The activities are well planned, helpful, and
plentiful. The food and service is excellent. The housekeeping staff is friendly and efficient. All
services are intended to fulfill your comfort and happiness. Green Country Village is well
organized to enhance comfort and satisfaction.
Patricia Smith – IL Resident
I will have lived at Green Country Village 12 years in June, 2018. When I first came to Bartlesville, I didn’t know anyone, except my daughter and her family. Green Country Village staff helped me get acquainted and I quickly made some great friends. The staff has been very helpful and caring, both every day, and during emergencies. I have enjoyed numerous activities here, including live entertainment, movies, bingo, and brain games. I participate in a cardio fitness class 3 times a week as well. I also enjoy the special events that Green Country Village has, including Chinese New Year, Mardi Gras, and parties for special football and basketball games, such as the playoffs, Bedlam, and the Superbowl. The food is always good and there are many choices. Maintenance and housekeeping staff are very helpful and pleasant. My experience here at Green Country has been “top notch” and I consider it my home.
Eva O’Conner – AL Resident
I was pleased to receive your letter seeking my experiences here at Green Country. Having been a resident in both a single and double apartment I can perhaps give more thoughts of both places. I was so pleased to get the double as I still have many interests: books, computer, music, etc. which take more room. Also my health requires an electric cart as well as the walker which also requires more room. Since the reason for choosing an assisted living facility was the need of medical, physical and mental care which I have found here as the best. I can give the office staff an A+ as well as the workers both inside and outside.
Jean Bennett – IL Resident
My husband died in May 2005, while he was alive we had talked about what I would do after his death. I had decided I would move to Green Country Village, which I did in February 2006. It was the best move I could have made. Green Country staff could not have been more helpful. They were great and continue to do everything possible for our comfort. Any problem that come up in the apartment is take care of as soon as possible. The food is great and we have lots of choices. If the meals planned aren’t what we want once can always have soup or salad. After several years, I had to give up my car. Transportation is available for us for our appointments. There are always activities planned and available if we wish to take part. The whole experience has been just great for me. This is my home and I’ve been here for almost 16 years.
Steve Heidorn – Son of IL residents
My parents always said that they were not the type to live in a retirement community. After several years of not being able to keep up with their home and yard, they reluctantly looked at Green Country Village. Now they say that they should have moved there several years ago. Visiting them on a regular basis, I am impressed with the attentiveness of the staff, the activities that are provided, and the sense of community for the residences. We still have our family dinners at my home once a week and sometimes have them in “their” dinner hall when Mom and Dad do not want to brave the elements. Green Country Village provided the answer we needed for not only my parents but for all us.
Vanessa Drummond – Daughter of IL resident
My mother moved to Green Country Village from her home in California, and has never looked back! She loves her beautiful two bedroom apartment and the balcony she has covered with flowers, overlooking the lake. The staff and residents are so welcoming, and it is always easy to find a friendly table with interesting people to sit with at mealtime. (“Beware!” The food is so good Mom has gained a few pounds!) It was very important to Mom that she could bring her cat, and Gracie loves GCV too! Mom tells friends in both California and Bartlesville that if they’re considering moving, Green Country Village should be at the top of the list!
Meet our leadership team of caring professionals
With over 25 years of experience in senior living, Sheryl brings a wide array of knowledge to Green Country Village. A licensed Long-Term Care Administrator since 1997, her experience includes Medicare/Medicaid Long Term Care, Assisted Living, Memory Support and Independent Living. Sheryl has served on the LeadingAge Oklahoma Board of Directors, an entity serving Not-For-Profit senior housing, since 2015 and is currently serving as the President Elect. Her passion is serving seniors, giving families the peace of mind that their loved ones are cared for and providing an energizing, fun workplace where employees are important and encouraged to create lasting relationships with the seniors they serve.
Heather Billingsley has over 25 years’ experience in the healthcare industry. She began her career at Green Country Village in 1999 upon completion of the construction of the Assisted Living and Memory Care communities. Heather is responsible for the day to day operation in the Assisted Living and Memory Care. She leads a dedicated team that offers around the clock care, ensuring the general well-being of residents through the delivery of high quality services and programs.
Casey Williams, Residency Director, joined the Green Country Village team in November, 2017. Although new to the Green Country community, she has been an active member of the Bartlesville community for 20 years. Casey has been involved on several boards and committees. She designed, marketed, and opened a local preschool as well as taught in the public school system. She is passionate about collaborating with the Green Country team to ensure that the residents have a fulfilling and active experience in their home.
Debbie has over 30 years’ experience in environmental services management, most of which have been served in a senior living industry. She has managed or supported other departments in the industry as well, including, reception services, activities, and marketing. Debbie leads a dedicated team of housekeepers that maintains all common areas and resident apartments. Debbie joined the Green Country Village team in 2015 and has since taken over management of refurbishments to ensure quality standards for all resident apartments prior to their move in.
Celebrating over 40 years of success in hospitality leadership, David was born and raised in Louisville, Kentucky. David later spent several years in Miami and Ft. Lauderdale where he balanced his Culinary Arts education and interpretations with floral design, catering and event planning. He has owned and operated his own business in Destin, Florida as well as managed a successful career in Real Estate there. David served as Director of Culinary Services for Green Country Village for ten years before assuming the position as Director of Resident Services. David provides a vital link of communication, hospitality, and resources to the residents and families of Green Country Village to ensure that their experience from move-in to move-out is positive.
Hillary has over 20 years’ experience in the senior living industry. She joined the Green Country Village team in 2006 and has managed a variety of departments, currently serving as the Director of Human Resources and Community Services. Hillary oversees the implementation of LCS Signature Programs and manages cultural development throughout Green Country Village. She was the point person in the renovations of all common area spaces in the independent living building, designing and coordinating new assets from furniture to flooring. Hillary has a degree in Healthcare Administration from Oklahoma Wesleyan University in Bartlesville, Ok. She is also nationally and state licensed in Oklahoma as an administrator of assisted living.
Tyler Watts joined Green Country Village in July of 2020. After spending 12 years in Customer Service management, he felt a strong desire to work more closely with people in the recreation field. Tyler received a Bachelor’s degree in recreation management and has been very involved in the communities where he has lived. Tyler has a passion for photography and the outdoors, but most important to him is his sweet wife and 4 children. Tyler is excited to bring fun, creative ideas to Green Country Village to help enrich the lives of our wonderful residents.
Terry Miller joined Green Country Village in January of 2020. He has worked in the management industry for over 33 years and spent the last 14 years in commercial building maintenance.
Terry in a Certified Licensed Locksmith and also co-pastors Bartlesville Warriors for Christ Church with his wife Tina. He is a Bartlesville native and takes great pride in Helping make Green Country Village be a better living experience For all of its residents.
Green Country Village is managed by industry leader Life Care Services®, An LCS® Company, which was established in 1971 and is based in Des Moines, Iowa. Life Care Services provides operations management, marketing, and sales management for not-for- profit and for-profit senior living communities, independent and stand-alone assisted living, memory care, and rental communities nationwide.