In September of 2013, Janice Nightingale began her career with Hospice of the Central Peninsula as the administrative assistant/volunteer coordinator. It was a job Janice felt called to do.
March of 2017 Janice moved into the role of executive director after Gale Robison retired to spend time with her family and to travel.
In her spare time, Janice enjoys reading, spending time with her grandchildren, and volunteering for several organizations.
Antonia (Toni) Reitter began her work with Hospice of the Central Peninsula in April of 2017. Toni is a lifelong Alaskan who grew up on the Kenai Peninsula and wanted to give back to the community she loves.
Executive Director Janice Nightingale calls Toni the office’s own “Radar O’Reilly” (M*A*S*H).
Toni is an avid photographer, a huge fan of Iditarod/Dog Mushing, a self-proclaimed DisNerd, and loves to travel.
In April of 2014, Lee Coray-Ludden joined Hospice of the Central Peninsula as the Bereavement Coordinator.
Lee’s professional background is diverse, which assists her in this position.
Lee’s personal time is spent with family & friends, small farm, and fiber arts.