At The Clark Manor House, in order to deliver quality services, housing and programs that promote quality of life and dignity amount senior adults, we strive to hire the best staff possible. This starts with our leadership team and continues with all 26 staff. We all treat our residents like family out of respect and with love. That is sometimes the difference between a living in an adult home with a family-like team versus a large, corridor-type living facility with a large staff. What’s even better is we have more nursing staff than required because we think it’s important the best level of care possible. If you ever have a question, please feel free to email our Administrator, Debbra Woodruff at clarkmanor@frontiernet.net.


Yes, we are currently hiring. Join our incredible staff!  We have the following positions open:

Per Diem Resident Care Aide
  • Needed for mostly overnight shift.
  • One year elder care experience preferred.
  • Must be able to work two shifts per month.
  • Potential to turn into a part- to full-time job.
  • Competitive and updated rates apply.
Per Diem LPNs
  • Needed for all shifts.
  • One year Medical/Surgical or elder care a plus.
  • Must be able to work two shifts per month.
  • Competitive and updated rates apply.

If you’re interested in being a per diem resident care aide or nurse with us, please email your resume and/or work history to ebeaman@clarkmanorhouse.org.


Administrator | Emmalie Beaman

Emmalie is named after her great grandmother Emma thus cementing her fate into working and advocating for the elderly. She was very close to her “Oma” Jane and considers her to be her inspiration for treating seniors with respect, empathy, and dignity. Emmalie was born and raised in Churchville, NY. She attended MCC and continued on to Nazareth college earning her Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology and Gerontology. Emmalie received her Master’s in Organizational Leadership, MAOL from the Medaille College MBA Program. 

Emmalie’s professional background is almost exclusively in senior living, specifically in Assisted Living and Enhanced Assisted Living. Her first job was as a dietary aide in an Assisted Living at seventeen years old. Since then she has worked in secretarial, clerical, clinical, reception, move-in coordination, assistant administrator, sales, and community relations roles all in Assisted Living Communities. Emmalie looks forward to the expansion of The Clark Manor House licensure to Enhanced Assisted Living and believes deeply in seniors aging in place and limiting the amount of moves they have to make due to care needs. She is a member of Greater Rochester Area Partnership for the Elderly, Senior Housing Alliance and the Orleans County LTC Council. Emmalie participates in the Walk to End Alzheimer’s annually and Reeling for a Cure, a fishing tournament in Olcott that supports different charities every year. She is looking forward to expanding her advocacy and community outreach to Ontario and surrounding counties. 

Emmalie lives with her boyfriend Steven in Greece with their two cats Smokey and Milo. She enjoys the Adirondacks, Disney World, fishing, attending concerts, cooking, baking, and spending time with her family. 


Assistant Administrator | Stacie Cooley

Stacie Cooley is our Assistant Administrator and has been with The Clark Manor House (CMH) since 2010. She started as the Nurse Coordinator and was recently promoted to Assistant Administrator in 2018. Stacie provides excellent care for our residents and assists with all operational and staffing needs; filling in for Debbra in her absence. She has more than 20 years of nursing experience and received her nursing degree from Marion S. Whelan School of Practical Nursing in 1994.

Before coming to CMH, Stacie worked for Thompson Continuing Care Center in the Gardens (the dementia floor) for seven years and in the Meadows (long term care) for another seven years. She gained a lot of knowledge, experience, and compassion caring for people and their loved ones living with long-term care needs and dementia.

Stacie believes “being a nurse is about giving the best care you can, and I feel that Clark Manor House allows a caregiver to do that, making caring for a person not just a ‘job’.”

Stacie and her husband, Denny, have one son and five cats. She’s not the crazy cat lady…ok, well maybe. Besides cats, she likes to grow pumpkins, and likes steam trains. Her husband loves trains and they go to the Pageant of Steam in Hopewell every year. They also love driving around in their 1956 Pontiac in the summer.

Executive Chef | Ed Benziger

As the Executive Chef at The Clark Manor House, Ed Benziger is one of the main reasons residents love living here. Ed has been the Executive Chef at Clark Manor for more than 12 years. His favorite part of working here is interacting with the residents.

Prior to making our residents happy, he owned and operated Benziger’s at the Gould in Seneca Falls for three years and Benny’s in the hamlet of Cheshire for nine years. Ed studied under chef Vic LaMagna as Sous Chef at Lincoln Hill Inn – a celebrated local restaurant that hosted many famous musicians who performed at the nearby performing arts center. He has been cooking since he was 16 when he got his start at Ponderosa. He is a graduate of Canandaigua Academy.

Ed enjoys being outside, gardening, riding his motorcycle, and spending time with his family. He and his wife have two daughters and a grandson that bring joy into their lives.




Chris Hubler
– President

Eileen Gage
– Vice President

Barb Davis
– Secretary

David Brassie
– Treasurer

Board Members
Amy Coté
Sandra Eckert
Mike O’Donnell
Bob Palumbo
Tom Rogers
Michael Schiller

Marty Jones Wallace
Brian Wheeler
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