About Ashley Manor
The Ashley Manor story begins over 20 years ago when the original founders were looking for residential care facilities for their own loved ones. After extensive research they found the existing choices did not meet their own high standards, so they decided to create facilities to provide the level of care they demanded for their own family members.
As we have grown over the years we have stayed abreast of the ever-changing field of elder care. Our staff is specifically trained to meet the needs of our clients while providing them with love, care, and dignity. We feel it is our duty and our obligation to provide the highest standard of care for each of our clients, just as we would if they were our own family.
Meet Our Team
Founder, Owner, and CEO
Keith Fletcher was inspired by his Grandfather who had Alzheimer’s disease to found Ashley Manor in 1996. As years would go on his mother developed memory loss and became a resident of the Ashley Manor in Nampa, Idaho. Keith felt a responsibility to help older members in society and gets significant personal satisfaction in knowing we are making a difference in the lives of his own loved ones and the elderly in the communities we serve.
As a young man Keith attended the University of Utah then went to work as a Chemist, Toxicologist, and Forensic Chemist. Keith went on to graduate with a degree in business from Stanford University and has spent the last 40 years as a businessman with 22 of those years in health care. He has worked in business in many roles, including Research and Development, Quality Assurance, Production Operations, Marketing and Sales, and President and CEO.
Keith has also served many years on various Board of Directors of for-profit and non-profit companies. He has served for 12 years on Idaho’s Community Care Advisory Council for Health and Welfare, 8 years on an Advisory Committee for Dept. of Corrections, Committee chairman for the development of Teacher Standards for Idaho Dept. of Education just to name a few. Keith has also served as a clergyman in his church for more than 10 years.
In Keith’s off time he enjoys spending time with his family. He and his lovely wife Beth have been married for 41 years with three children and 15 grandchildren.
Jason graduated from Brigham Young University Provo with a bachelor’s degree in business in 2001. He took a position with Ashley Manor after graduation and has been in the industry ever since. Jason became a licensed Residential Care Administrator in 2007.
He particularly enjoys knowing he can provide our teams with the resources, tools and training needed to impact lives, especially those patients and families in our end-of-life care. He finds great satisfaction in knowing we have highly qualified teams of professionals that live our values and demonstrate them daily with each of our patients.
He also loves facilitating improved ways of communication between our teammates, teammates and patients, and teammates and our health care partners in the communities in which we serve.
In his spare time you can find him coaching baseball. He loves helping kids learn, play and love baseball in our community. The passion, sportsmanship, competition, and fun he sees the kids have after working hard to develop their talents is rewarding and has inspired him in both his personal and professional life.”
Human Resources Director
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Chief Financial Officer
Jenna graduated with a degree in business from Boise State University and later an MBA from the BYU Marriot School of Business. She has worked for Ashley Manor since 2007 and has worked in various roles in our accounting department over the years and even became a licensed administrator in 2013 for a period of time to help out the company. Jenna finds great satisfaction in taking complicated data and translating it into charts and graphs the team can use to make the decisions needed to best take care of our staff and residents.
Outside of the office Jenna enjoys spending time with her husband, Kevin and their two children, Lydia and Lincoln. Their family keeps busy with church events and various activities like swimming, running, or playing volleyball.