Meet Our Family
Like every family, we all make a difference in many unique ways…
Lucy is the Executive Director at The Villages at the River Club. Since she was a young girl, she has had a great interest in helping others, especially her elderly neighbors. Graduating from Austin Peay with a Healthcare Management degree, she worked in a skilled nursing home, receiving her Nursing Home Administrator license in 2002. In 2008, she started her journey in Assisted Living environments, and received her certification as an administrator in 2016. She loves working with families and residents to find a positive answer to their housing and care needs. She is thrilled to be a part of the ‘family’ at The Villages and looks forward to helping people achieve the highest quality of life that is possible.
Most of Lucie’s free time is spent with her husband and two boys. She also loves spending time with her two dachshunds!
Community Relations Director
Alison is the Community Relations Director at The Villages at the River Club. Alison was born and raised in Clarksville, Tennessee. She attended Middle Tennessee State University and Austin Peay State University, where she majored in Education, Marketing and Business. Married to Keith Hurt, they have four children, Amber, Mitch, Mallory and Hayden. Alison previously worked for Montgomery County government for 17 years in Information Systems. For 16 years, she has also worked in Skilled Care, Home Health and Hospice as a marketing and community relations specialist.
Amy is the Administrative Assistant at The Villages at the River Club. Amy was born and raised in Clarksville, Tennessee. She has two children, Trent and Kyle. She has worked in office administration for ten years.
Jimmie is the Executive Chef at The Villages at the River Club. Jimmie was born in Richmond, Virginia and moved to Clarksville, Tennessee in 1992. Jimmie has two older sisters and three children. Jimmie has worked in the culinary field for almost 20 years and most recently worked at the Clarksville Country Club. He commented “I started picking watermelon and tomatoes when I was 12 and moved out of the field and into the kitchen.”