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At Parsons Presbyterian Manor, service starts at the top. Our mission is to provide quality services guided by Christian values, and each of us promises to live out this mission every day.

Maegen Pegues

Executive Director
Maegen joined Parsons Presbyterian Manor in October 2013. Born and raised in Parsons, she attended Oklahoma State University and earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Management with an emphasis in human resources. Previously, Maegen worked in human resources at Labette Health and Beachner Grain, and in quality improvement at Cytocheck Laboratory. In her spare time, Maegen enjoys attending sporting events, traveling and cooking.

Kayla Schmidt

Director of Nursing
Kayla joined Presbyterian Manor full-time in September 2018 as health services director. She has worked at the community PRN for two years. She has experience in acute care, the emergency department and surgery. She previously worked at Labette Health for nine years. She started her health care career as a CNA/CMA. She has an associate of applied science degree from Neosho County Community College and an associate of science degree in nursing from Labette Community College. She has a bachelor’s degree in nursing from Pittsburg State University. She is married with one child. She loves spending time with friends and family.

Rachel Schneider

Assisted Living Supervisor/Medical Records
Rachel joined Parsons Presbyterian Manor in April 2019 and was named assisted living supervisor in April 2020. She took on medical records in September 2020. Rache is a licensed practical nurse (LPN). She previously was the executive director and director of nursing at Oswego Home Place for 3 years. Prior to that, she spent 10 years as Home Health Manager for an assisted living in St. Cloud, Minn. In addition to her LPN, she also has an adult home care operator’s license. She’s active in St. Patrick’s Catholic Church and is a member of the PTO at St. Patrick’s Catholic School.

Haley Walker

Human Resource Manager
Haley joined Presbyterian Manor in March 2020. She was previously a human resource specialist at ResCare in Parsons for more than four years. She also worked as an office assistant at the KUMC Area Health Education Center. Haley has a bachelor of science degree in communications with an emphasis in public relations and human resources from Pittsburg State University. She enjoys spending time with family, going on walks and camping.

Babette Collins

Social Services Director
Babette joined Parsons Presbyterian Manor in March 2014. She is licensed social worker and has a bachelor of science in social work from Pittsburg State University. She has worked as a mental health case worker for children and as a permanency worker. She has one son and enjoys spending time with her family and friends.

Becky Nash

Life Enrichment Director
Becky joined Parsons Presbyterian Manor in September 2019. She previously worked at the Farm Talk newspaper for 40 years. She has completed coursework for life enrichment through We Care Online, an online health care career education program, and the Kansas Department of Health and Environment. She’s active in the Parsons Elks Auxiliary and the Kansas Elks Hoop Shoot and is a member of the Foursquare Church.

Jerad Clift

Environmental Services Director
Jerad joined Parsons Presbyterian Manor in August of 2021. He previously worked for a lumber company for 15 years, where he began as operations manager and worked his way up to an outside sales position. He has also worked part-time doing construction and home remodeling. Jerad has two children, a son and daughter and he enjoys spending time with family, backpacking and camping, hunting and remodeling homes for people in the Parsons community.

Nicohle Bushnell

Administrative Assistant
Nicohle joined Presbyterian Manor in August 2018. She previously worked for Neosho County Community College teaching the adult education (GED) classes for six years. She has a bachelor of science in family and consumer sciences in early childhood development and a minor in psychology from Pittsburg State University. She enjoys spending time with her two children and their two dogs.