- Enjoy Life
- Quality Care
- Personal Growth
- Be a Part of Something
- Provide Hope
- Love Your Work
The most powerful assets to our organization are our dedicated, intelligent and inspiring professionals who show up every day and give it their best. We are proud of all the staff that contribute to the success of Josina Lott Community & Residential Services.
Our group of veteran directors serve as a guiding light to the individuals, other staff and volunteers. In each of the director’s offices there is a portrait of a lighthouse reminding them that their steadfastness serves as navigation for everyone who walks on the property at 120 S. Holland-Sylvania.
In 1977, shortly after earning a Bachelor's of Education with a focus in special education, Michael began working as a direct care specialist for JLC & RS. He quickly became a qualified mental retardation professional and eventually a program director.
Service work is in Michael’s blood. He has a passion for helping others find their way and a keen sense for motivation. Currently, Michael is the president of the board of directors for The Alzheimer’s Association. He is a former board member for Leadership Toledo. He is active in the Toledo Kiwanis and has been named Kiwanian of the year two times. Michael holds a Masters Degree in Organizational Leadership. His interests include spending time with his family, attending sporting events and reading.
Michael often likes to refer to this quote by a famous native Toledoan, Danny Thomas: “Success has nothing to do with what you gain in life or accomplish for yourself, it’s what you do for others."
In addition to her duties at JLC&RS, Patty serves as the human resources chairman for the organizations trade association and is the vice president of board development for Mobile Meals of Toledo. She also serves on the Mobile Meals Wine Gala and human resources and bylaws committees.
Patty received her Bachelor of Education from the University of Toledo and has taken postgraduate courses in human resources and staff development.
As a 1994 graduate of the University of Toledo, Beth obtained her Bachelor’s Degree in recreation, thus beginning early in her career helping people in need. She worked with young children at the South Toledo YMCA who needed assistance in developing themselves spiritually, emotionally and socially. She went on to work with children and adults with developmental disabilities at Sunshine, Inc., of Northwest Ohio overseeing the recreation and respite programs. Beth holds a Master of Health Administration from the University of Phoenix and currently gives her time back in mentoring and teaching students in undergraduate studies.
As a 2008 Leadership Toledo graduate, Beth worked to help establish a business plan for the organization Hannah’s Socks. Beth is also an active member of EPIC (Engaging People, Inspiring Change), Chicks for Charity and WPLT (Work, Play, Live Toledo).
Pat is a member of both the Safety Committee and the Residence Services Committee.
He is a graduate of Central Catholic and actually began working at Josina Lott while he was still in high school. Pat is involved in the Holland Springfield Rotary and is a member of the American Pool Players Association.
Carol discovered during the early days of computers that she had a natural knack for technology. Outside of Josina Lott, Carol serves as Secretary of the Senior Center Inc. board of directors where she has served as a member for many years. In addition, she was recently elected Chair of the IT Committee of our state-wide trade association, OPRA (Ohio Provider Resource Association).
Prior to her work at JLC&RS, Cindy was at Upjohn Health Care where duties included overseeing homecare requiring nursing services.
A graduate of Spring Arbor College in Jackson, Mich., Cindy is a past member of the Citizens Advisory Board of Northwest Ohio Development Center.