Originally from Tecumseh, MI, Nathan Wild has over 20 years’ experience in the hospitality industry, including time spent working at the resorts, luxury hotels and casinos in the Lake Tahoe and Reno, NV, areas. Nathan oversees the daily operations at All Seasons of West Bloomfield, warmly engaging with residents and their families to help everyone feel like a welcome part of the family. Nathan believes in leading with a positive attitude to help everyone on the team be at their best. When not at work, he can be found spending time with his family, golfing, traveling or gardening.
Tamara Zoner Vellozzo started her career over 20 years ago, in the hospitality industry in Commerce Township and Grand Rapids. She then moved abroad, living for several years in Singapore, where she worked as the office manager and cultural event planner with the American Women’s Association there. As Director of Life Enrichment, she is very much involved in residents’ lives, interacting with them every day. Tamara’s grandmother instilled in her a deep love for the senior population. Her role at All Seasons is driven by a desire to honor her grandmother in her life’s work and a wish to bring joyful fulfillment to the senior community. Outside of work, Tamara loves learning about, talking about, and teaching about personal development and spirituality. She also loves to sing and enjoys the theatre, baking bread from scratch and spending time with her three incredible children. Her guiding principle is to live consciously and courageously through love and as love.
Sharon Punches enjoys helping prospective residents begin their independent-living journey. She handles all the day-to-day responsibilities of leasing and marketing. Sharon's favorite part of her job is the opportunity to interact with residents, and she loves finding reasons to make them smile. When not at work, Sharon can be found spending time with her three sons. A lifelong resident of Southeastern Michigan, Sharon is an avid Spartan, and her oldest son is currently a student at Michigan State.
Vikki McDonald is a Detroit native with over 3 years in market-ready property management. Her day-to-day consists of talking with and giving tours to potential new residents as well as working with current residents to help with any concerns or ideas they may have for the community. The smiles on residents’ faces lets her know she’s doing her job. Vikki understands that home is where the heart is and believes that everyone should love where they live. When not at work, Vikki loves spending time with her family, including five grandchildren and two dogs and enjoying the peace of mind that comes from long, quiet walks. Her guiding principle is “love what you do.”
Born in Detroit and raised in Ferndale, Gary Mui comes to the Senior Living industry by way of the restaurant industry, where he has over 30 years of experience. He previously served as Executive Chef with C.A. Muer and McCormick & Schmick’s for 22 years. As Executive Chef, Gary is dedicated to keeping residents happy by providing a great dining program, from the food they’re served to being taken care of by friendly staff. He loves to work on new dishes and exploring new ingredients. When not at work, Gary enjoys working on remodeling projects around the house. Gary’s guiding principle is inspired by Vince Lombardi, who said “The achievements of an organization are the results of the combined efforts of each individual.”
Kimberly Roland has been in the food service industry since 2010, working mainly in the business dining sector before joining the family at All Seasons of West Bloomfield. Born and raised in Detroit, Kimberly earned her BA in Food Service Administration from Central Michigan University. She enjoys her job and values the lessons it teaches her every day, such as the importance of teamwork to achieve any goal. Her personal motto is “Don’t put off until tomorrow what you can do today.” When she’s not at work, Kimberly is spending time with her twin girls.
Debra Stanley has been in the property management industry for 22 years, with 16 years of regional experience in Senior Living. Her day-to-day responsibilities take her to different communities, where she strives to show all residents and employees the respect they deserve by always trying her best to address any questions and concerns. Debra loves her job because it gives her the opportunity to make a difference in the lives of others every day. When not at work, she enjoys playing the piano and singing. In her spare time, she dabbles in poetry and has written a book about Alzheimer’s based on her mother’s struggle with the disease. Family keeps her grounded, especially her six granddaughters and two grandsons.
Jenifer McClendon is a Detroit native who has been in the Senior Living industry for over 20 years. She has over 20 years of experience working in sales and marketing, and over 10 years of management experience. Jenifer’s day-to-day responsibilities at All Seasons includes training, developing and coaching sales team members as well as standardizing and implementing best practices, processes and programs. Jenifer loves working with seniors and seeing firsthand the way All Seasons residents thrive when they’re involved in a community that encourages them to stay independent and active and truly enjoy their retirement years. When not at work, Jenifer enjoys music, traveling the world, theatre and spending time with family. Her guiding principle is “Pursue your dreams. You will be amazed at what you can achieve.”
Daniel Novak a native Detroiter has been working in management, food service, and senior living for over 20 years. His day-to-day responsibilities include working with our culinary teams developing dining programs, setting and maintaining standards, verifying food safety compliance and ensuring quality. Dan treats each day as an opportunity to exceed our residents expectations by creating a spectacular dining experience from start to finish inclusive of food, ambiance, décor and service. When not at work, he enjoys cooking for family and friends, dining out trying new restaurants, and fishing and spending time at his cottage in Northern Michigan.