Margaret Goff

Margaret serves as Director for A.L.L.Care Home Services. After after 30 years in the mortgage industry, Margaret joined the Whitesboro/Pilot Point Home Health family when A.L.L.Care was being established in 2008. Though very different from her prior work, she enjoys the change of pace and different working environment. Placing caregivers with clients to help them in their homes is fulfilling, and she enjoys knowing that such services help people to remain at home. Margaret is the mother of Leigh Ann and has several nieces and nephews, of whom she is very proud. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with family and friends, entertaining and reading.

Michelle Jones

Michelle JonesHas been a part of the agency since 2003, and currently serves as Office Manager for Marshall County Home Health.  She is the wife of Greg, and proud mother of three grown children – Dr. Summer Kirby; Brittany Fox-Hill (who recently graduated from nursing school as an RN); Peter Fox – an Army Ranger on tour in Afghanistan; and also has a step son, Joshua Jones who is in the army and has served in both Iraq and Afghanistan. Michelle also has three grandchildren whom she dearly loves – Paige, Cole and Duke.  In addition to spending time with her family, she enjoys horses, reading and serving our Savior in her church (she is the pastor’s wife) and community.  When asked her thoughts on home health, she stated, “The biggest benefit of working in this industry is making a difference in people’s lives.  I enjoy making a patient’s world a little healthier, a little safer and a little better.”

Amy Jones-Goedecke

Amy is owner and CEO of both agencies, as well as Administrator of the Texas office and Assistant Administrator of the Oklahoma office.  Amy is married to Chris, and they have twins, Anna Kate and Christian.  She holds several degrees, including a Bachelor of Nursing from East Central University, a Bachelor of Arts – Psychology and Sociology, and is currently working to become a Nurse Practitioner through Graceland University.  She is passionate about the home care industry, has served on numerous committes and the Board of the Texas Association for Home Care and Hospice, and she also spends time lobbying on behalf of the millions of Medicare beneficiaries who desperately need home care services.  She states, “I am proud of the services we provide and the staff I have at both of my agencies.  Home care is such an important part of the health care industry, and I am honored to have been in the business for over twenty years.” She also enjoys spending time with her family, especially watching Christian play baseball and Anna Kate dance.

Kimberly Jones Massingill

Administrator for Marshall County Home Health and Assistant Administrator for Whitesboro/Pilot Point Home Health, Kimberly has been a part of the agency since 1994 when she joined her sister as co-owner of PPHH.  She holds a Bachelor of Business Administration from Columbia State University. Kimberly is happily married to Bill and has a beautiful daughter, Kylee.  In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her family, writing poetry and serving in her church.  When asked about her long career in home care, she said, “I am proud of the work we do keeping people in their homes, where they want to be.  It’s amazing to hear and see the gratitude from patients and families.  Our staff is like family, and I am so proud of the work they do!”

Patti Witt

Business Manager for both Whitesboro/Pilot Point and Marshall County Home Health, she has been on staff since the beginning.  Patti’s is the mother of Zachary, who is 16 and an avid golfer.  She is very proud of his accomplishments attends his golf tournaments as often as she can.  In her spare time, she enjoys shopping and movies. Patti states she is glad to be a part of the home health industry, adding, “Being a part of such a great agency, made up of such wonderful and caring nurses, aides and therapists, is a wonderful thing.  I am happy to do my part to help our patients.”

Krista Waitt, HCS-D

Krista Waitt, HCS-DServes on Administrative Staff and as Coding Supervisor for both the Whitesboro/Pilot Point and Marshall County offices, has worked for the agency for 15 of the last 17 years.  She is married to John and the proud mother of Braden (14) and Kysen (12), and has two grown stepsons, Michael and Johnny.  Teenage boys extracurricular activities such as baseball, football and soccer, keep her busy and she enjoys cheering for them both.  She also serves on the FBC Denison Women’s Ministry team and is a volunteer at the Pregnancy Care Center in Sherman, Texas.  Working in the home health field is described by Krista as, “All I have every known professionally.  I started working for Amy when I was 19 years old, and I truly enjoy being part of such a great team.  It is such a blessing to see the work our staff does to keep people at home where they want to be.”

Adelia Martinson, RN

Has been a Registered Nurse for two years, and has been on staff with the Whitesboro/Pilot Point office since January of 2012.  She received her Associates Degree of Nursing from Luna Community College and also holds a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from the University of Denver.  Married to Leif, she has two daughters, Dakota and Lilly (ages 10 and 7). In her spare time, Adelia enjoys spending time with her family, horseback riding and dressage, jewelry making and reading. When asked why she enjoys home health, she states, “It was my original inspiration to go to nursing school.  I enjoy helping people stay healthier and happy at home, as opposed to receiving institutionalized care.”

Marsha Noland, RN

HMarsha Noland, RNas been a nurse for 41 years, and has worked in home health for the past three years.  She joined Marshall County Home Health in May of 2011.  Marsha received her Associates Degree of Nursing from Cameron College in 1971, and she also received her Bachelor’s Degree of General Education from East Central University in 2006.  Marsha has 3 children, Brad, Lori and Emily and is the proud grandmother of 3 little boys – Landon (8), Kobey (6) and Kade (4).  When asked why she works in the home health industry, she states, “I really like helping people stay in their homes.  It is that simple.”

Misty Nordhoff, RN

Misty Nordhoff, RNOne of the newest staff members in the Whitesboro office, Misty has been a nurse for 5 years.  She received her LVN degree in 2007 from Grayson College, where she continued to further her education, becoming a Registered Nurse in 2010.   She is married to Christopher.  Music, movies, art, gardening and shopping are just a few of her hobbies.  She has a work history in long term care and is excited to be focusing on home care now, saying, “Home health has opened a new door in my life.  I enjoy my fellow employees, and I feel like I can really make a difference in my patients’ lives.  It is a wonderful way to reach out to the community.”

Aubry Debord, CNA

Aubry Debord, CNA

Aubry is happily married to Scott and the proud mother of 2 year old daughter, Kaleah.  She has worked for the Pilot Point/Whitesboro Home Health office since April of 2012 and is a student at North Central Texas College working towards her nursing degree.  In her spare time, Aubry enjoys playing softball, basketball and volleyball as well as spending time with her family and seeing movies.  When asked how she feels about her new experience in home care, she states, “I have met some of the most amazing and inspirational people while working at WB/PPHH.  I am blessed to have a job that allows me to truly make a difference in someone’s life.  I love home health, and it’s because of the care we provide that patients are able to stay in the comfort of their own homes!”