20 YEARS OF CARING
Oak Hill Assisted Living Community is a privately owned and managed corporation organized under the laws of the State of North Carolina and is licensed through the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services.
Oak Hill offers residents a personal and dignified home away from home. Opened in 1997, Oak Hill Living Center is situated on a beautifully landscaped 16 acre campus—a fourth generation homestead.
Oak Hill was named because of the beautiful oak trees that line the property. The 42,000 square foot modern one story brick building offers a variety of rooms options ranging from semi-private rooms with half baths to suites with private courtyards.
We are excited about the future of Oak Hill and plan to continue to grow and serve our area by providing a great quality of life for our residents.
Oak Hill Assisted Living Community is staffed by a team of knowledgeable and caring professionals. Before being hired, each candidate is carefully screened and interviewed to ensure he or she is capable and dedicated to meeting Oak Hill’s standard of care.
Further, all staff members undergo a thorough training process and are required to take regular continuing education classes focused on providing the latest and best assisted living care.
MEET OUR TEAM
Barnes Stephenson has been with Oak Hill as Managing Director since October 2018. Prior to joining Oak Hill, Barnes ran his own law practice in Raleigh, North Carolina for 8 years. He remains an active member of the North Carolina State Bar. Barnes holds a Bachelor's degree from UNC-Chapel Hill and a law degree from Elon University.
Outside of work Barnes enjoys spending time with his wife and dog, playing tennis, and traveling.
Admissions Director & Administrator
Tim Stephenson grew up in Angier and Benson, North Carolina, and has been at Oak Hill since 2003. During his tenure, Tim has led Oak Hill’s admissions efforts, helping to steadily increase the number of residents to Oak Hill’s present-day capacity as one of the largest assisted living communities in central North Carolina.
Tim has also led multiple renovations and additions including the new 400 hall completed in fall 2018.
Human Resources Director
Amanda started with Oak Hill in 2020 as a part time accounts manager and her role has since grown into a full time role with human resources in addition to accounts. She has become an integral part of the Oak Hill management team.
Amanda grew up in the Willow Springs - Fuquay Varina area and has been married for 16 years to her husband. She has a daughter and two fur babies. She enjoys spending time with family/friends and trips to the beach.
Resident Services and Amenities
Chef David Yates
Director of Dietary Services
Chef David started his foodservice journey in 2007 in Long Island, New York at Peconic Bay Medical Center where he spent five years as a cafeteria chef. In 2012, he relocated to Clayton, North Carolina to purse his culinary career further. He worked for various independent and assisted living communities around Wake and Johnston counties before joining Oak Hill in 2020.
Chef David's passion and focus is to provide the best dining experience for our residents. We are excited he is part of our team!
Resident Care Director
Charlene joined Oak Hill in February 2020 as an Administrative Assistant and shortly after took on the role of Human Resources Director. She now serves as our Resident Care Director. Charlene has over 30 years of senior care experience in both skilled and assisted living facilities and is passionate about caring for seniors.
Charlene has been married for 43 years, has 3 children and 8 grandchildren. Originally from Waterloo, Iowa, Charlene relocated to North Carolina 11 years ago. She enjoys convertible cruising on the Blue Ridge Parkway with her husband.
Aaron L. Edgerton
Director of Activities
Aaron is a native of Louisburg, North Carolina. He attended St Augustine's University in Raleigh, North Carolina where he majored in pre-med. Aaron is a licensed certified Activities Director with over 8 years of experience in activities and working in adult care home settings.
Aaron's motto is "Respect your elders, learn from the people who have walked this path before you."