David brings to Montereau a wealth of experience in managing retirement communities across the country. He joined Montereau in June 2006. He previously served as senior vice president of operations for CRSA in Memphis, where he was responsible for six retirement communities in four states. David earned his bachelor of science degree in hotel and restaurant administration from Oklahoma State University. He has served in the field of senior living since 1990. David serves as the Board Chair for Oklahoma Chapter of the Alzheimer’s association, and is a past board member for LeadingAge Oklahoma. He was honored in 2013 as Executive of the Year by Executive Women International, Tulsa Chapter.
To support our mission, vision and values, a Montereau leadership committee developed the VIP Service Program (Values in Practice). These principles commit us to providing a quality experience in every aspect of community life, guided by a service-first attitude. We consider our customers to be anyone who walks through our doors — residents, their families, visitors and employees. And we go the extra mile to meet the needs of each individual.
Meet the people who make Montereau Tulsa’s most innovative and exceptional retirement choice.
Board of Directors
John-Kelly C. Warren, Chairman
Chairman of the Board of The William K. Warren Foundation and Chairman of the Board of Saint Francis Health System
Thomas E. Cooper, Vice President
President, William K. Warren Foundation, Chairman of the Board of Warren Professional Building Corporation
Owner, Tulco Oils
Jake J. Henry Jr.
President and Chief Executive Officer, Saint Francis Health System Community
Jeffrey A. Frable, CPA, CGMA
Partner, CCK Strategies
David Murlette, President and Chief Executive Officer
Broker Associate, McGraw Realtors
Gary M. Richetto, Ph.D.
President, Triad Associates, Inc.
Bart A. Rider, D.O.
Medical Director, Saint Francis Hospice
Tammy Brown joined the Montereau team in 2013 as the Quality Assurance Performance Improvement Nurse, bringing 30 years of experience in management and direct patient care. She was promoted to Health Center Assistant Administrator in 2015 shortly after attending Administrator University and becoming licensed as a Nursing Home Administrator. She took over as Health Center Administrator in early 2016. Tammy’s career includes 12 years as a helicopter flight nurse, six years as Vice-President and Chief Nursing Officer at SouthCrest Hospital and five years at Saint Francis Hospital South as Manager for the Medical/Surgical and Intensive Care Departments and as a Performance Improvement Coordinator. She received her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from the University of Oklahoma and Master of Business Administration from Oklahoma City University. In 2018, Tammy became a Certified Professional in Aging Services Risk Management. Tammy has three rescue pets, one golden retriever and two cats and is an avid flower gardener. She enjoys Tulsa’s music and arts festivals and traveling the United States.
Jessica became a member of the Montereau team in 2001 when the campus was still under construction. She served as a retirement counselor and residential coordinator prior to being promoted to her current position. A native of Liberty, Missouri, Jessica earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in business administration from William Jewell College. Jessica served as the 2009-2010 Chapter President of Executive Women International Tulsa Chapter. She is a 2012 LeadingAge Leadership Academy Fellow.
Rami joined the Montereau team when the community opened in 2003. He was promoted quickly to manager of restaurant operations, and was promoted again in 2007 to director of food and beverage. A native of Lebanon, Rami came to Oklahoma to attend Claremore Junior College. He later majored in civil engineering at Oklahoma State University. He worked at some of Tulsa’s most notable restaurants while attending school. After a 14-year tenure at the Warren Duck Club, Rami joined the Montereau team.
Angela got to know the Montereau community quite well long before she became its chief financial officer in 2013. Montereau was formerly her client – twice … first, when she worked as a certified public accountant (CPA) for Clifton Larson Allen, then again when she was with Ziegler, Montereau’s investment banker. Angela grew up in Central Pennsylvania, moved to Philadelphia, and graduated from Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania.
Laura joined the Montereau team in 2003, shortly before it opened its doors. She had the opportunity to get to know Montereau’s very first residents as she worked in the Activities & Wellness Department during her first year. In 2004, she was promoted to Human Resources, and took over the role of Human Resources Director in 2016. Laura is a lifelong Oklahoman, growing up in Broken Arrow. She attended the University of Oklahoma where she received a Bachelor of Arts with Distinction, and is a Certified Professional in Human Resources (PHR) and Society for Human Resource Management Certified Professional (SHRM-CP). She is also a member of the Tulsa Area Human Resources Association. Laura enjoys spending time with her husband and two sons as well as attending University of Oklahoma football games.
Jamie is one of the longest-serving members of the Montereau team. She came to Montereau in 2000 from Townsend Marketing, Inc., a company she co-founded in 1984. She is a third-generation native Tulsan and a graduate of the University of Tulsa. She has more than 30 years of sales experience and has long been active in the Tulsa community. Currently, Jamie is a board member of the Golden Hurricane Club, a member of the Tulsa Chamber of Commerce, the Association for Women in Communications and the Advisory Council for RSVP (Retired Senior Volunteer Program).
When Bobby joined the Montereau Leadership Team in 2014, he already had a uniquely thorough knowledge of the buildings on campus. He was one of Flintco’s two Lead Superintendents for construction of Montereau’s $94 million Phase 2 expansion, completed in 2012. Bobby began his 13-year career with Flintco as a carpenter. He was soon promoted to Construction Superintendent and has overseen the building of major projects including the 400,000 sq. ft. Renaissance Hotel in Colorado Springs and the 18-story One Place Tower at 2nd and Cheyenne in Tulsa. While with Flintco, he also served as superintendent for the exterior renovation of 18 Montereau cottages in 2013. He has OSHA certification and is a member of the Building Owners and Managers Association. Bobby is a lifelong Oklahoman.
Montereau welcomed Kristen to the Leadership Team in 2014. She is a lifelong Tulsan who graduated from the University of Tulsa with a degree in Business Administration. She was previously the Distinguished Events Specialist for the American Cancer Society in Tulsa. During a 10-year career with the Cancer Society, her responsibilities ranged from fundraising, to communications, to events planning and execution. A former jazzercise instructor, Kristen’s volunteer efforts include being a founding member of the College Bound Academy Charter School in East Tulsa, and leadership roles with Chi Omega Alumnae.
Dana has more than 15 years of experience in physician support services, direct patient and long term care settings. Dana joined Montereau as a LPN Charge Nurse in 2009 and was promoted to Staff Development Coordinator in 2013 while completing her last semester of the nursing associates program. After completing her associates degree in nursing at Tulsa Community College, she became the Assistant Director of Nursing for the Health Centers in January 2015 and remained in that position until moving into the Director of Nursing position for the Health Centers in the spring of 2016.
Hannah joined the Montereau team in 2007. She worked as a Certified Nurse Aide (CNA) and Certified Medication Aide (CMA) in the Chateau. In January 2014, she transferred to the “You’re First” Home Health department as the scheduler and was promoted to the “You’re First” manager in December 2014. Hannah received her Home Care Administrator’s license in June 2016. She was born and raised in Oklahoma and is a wife and mother of 3. She is a proud member of the Oklahoma Partnership for Home Care Association, and a volunteer for Make A Wish Oklahoma and the Alzheimer’s Association.