Born and raised in Peterborough, On, Rosanne began her career in health care with OMNI Health Care in 1985 in eastern Ontario, and then took a position with Heritage Manor in 2000. Subsequently, she became Administrator of a second home Heritage Heights, and is currently managing both retirement housing in Cornwall Ontario.
Motto to live each day by:
Not all of us can do great things, but we can do small things with great love.
~ Mother Teresa
Angela Sommerville is the Administrative Assistant at Heritage Heights Retirement Home. Born and raised in Cornwall, Ontario. She has been working with seniors since 2004. She loves providing services to those that would otherwise not be able to do so. Seeing a smile of appreciation over just a small deed that I do is the best part of my day.
Director of Care
Born and raised in the Cornwall area Sue Crepeau has been a nurse in the health field specifically in geriatrics for 21 years. In that time she has also been a successful business owner for 10 years in the service industry. She has been employed with Heritage Heights as Director of Care since 2012. It is no surprise that providing elderly care is of importance and a great passion to Sue.
Food Services Manager
I went to Algonquin college for hotel and restaurant management and chef training. I have been working in this field for 16 years as a manager and as well as a cook and dietary aid. I have been married for 11 years and have 2 wonderful children. As a hobby I make cakes for special events.
Personal Support Worker
Ana has been working as a PSW (Personal Support Worker) at Heritage Heights Retirement Home since 2012. She graduated from St. Lawrence College PSW program. She is originally from El Salvador Central America. Speaks Spanish and English, and has been living in Canada for the past 30 years. She loves people all around! On her free time, she enjoys spending time with her 4 children and Husband, also cooking, reading, music and dancing.
Karley Marleau grew up in Cornwall participating in various activities. Whether running track, lifeguarding or playing softball, she knows the importance of staying active at any age. She is a physical therapy Assistant who also studies fitness and nutrition. She has over four years’ experience in the retirement field. She embraces and promotes the importance of Healthy bodies and aging with grace thru the restorative care program.
The Elderly have always held a special place in my heart and life so it was only natural that I ended up working with the ageing population. My recreation journey began in Calgary in 2009 where I worked for two years before moving home to SD&G. I took time away to travel as a Flight Attendant for 5 years before having my daughter in 2017. When I decided to come back to work I knew I needed to get back to my passion of enriching the lives of seniors in our community.