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At Park Place, you’ll be surrounded by caring and enthusiastic professionals who want nothing more than to provide you the luxury lifestyle you deserve. We’re here to attend to your wants and needs,
and make sure you and your visitors feel at home.

Linda Short

- Executive Director -

Linda began at Park Place in 2012 as the Property Administrator and was swiftly promoted to the Executive Director of Park Place. She brings with her an impressive resume and more than 20 years experience in property management, in addition to a Michigan Real Estate License and Associate’s degree in Business Management.

Kelly Brent

- Assistant Executive Director -

'Bio Coming Soon'

Brandi Gernaey

- Life Enrichment Director -

Ever since Brandi first started at Park Place in 2010, she knew the Life Enrichment Director position was the job for her. After building close relationships with residents in the dining department, she wanted to find a way to connect with them in a more personal way. Protective of the close family atmosphere, Brandi loves her job and looks forward to every day spent with the residents of Park Place.

Gary Sramek

- Executive Chef -

Gary is a person who knows his way around the kitchen, having served in the restaurant industry for nearly 35 years, and as an Executive Chef for 25 years. A devout family man, he is happily married with two children and four grandchildren. When he’s not cooking, he enjoys gardening and football. And be sure to ask Gary about his rib recipe, which won him second place in the 1991 North American Rib Cook-Off.

Dan Kluck

- Maintenance and Housekeeping Director -

Dan proved to be good with his hands at a young age, graduating from Centerline High School with an emphasis on building trades. After graduating from Walsh College and spending 25 years in the banking industry, Dan decided to switch careers and work with seniors, as a desire to make a lasting difference. In addition to assuring Park Place is in tip top working order, he began supervising the housekeeping department, making sure everything is as clean as a whistle.