Following years of soul searching, I was inspired to enter the home care arena in 2006 after my aunt was stricken with Alzheimer’s. Though I did not have any health care experience, my gut told me that because of my family experience, I was destined to help others with similar needs.
While being raised in Youngstown, one of my fondest memories was receiving a call during lunch in the high school cafeteria. It was my mom who could not wait to tell me that I was accepted into Case Western Reserve University. My mom was never shy about opening my mail.
After a challenging first year, I joined a fraternity, was one of the few management co-op students, and graduated in 5 years. Then I landed a job with a local manufacturing firm that was kind enough to pay for my MBA. I earned that degree from Case’s Weatherhead School of Management in 1995. Upon graduation, I knew I wanted to become an entrepreneur.
However, it was not until I turned 40 and had nearly 20 years of experience as a financial analyst that inspiration struck and a business model that fueled my deep passion to help others emerged. Purchasing a Homewatch CareGivers franchise was a life changing moment.
Another life changing moment occurred when I married Rosey Clow in 2015. I just turned 49 and this was my first marriage. Rosey left her full-time job to become part of the Homewatch CareGivers family. She is now instrumental in running the daily operations.
My Name is Rosey Malkin I am the operations manager of the Beachwood and Solon offices.I have a BS in chemistry from Case Western Reserve.
I’ve been married to Eric for five years and I have one daughter Tiffany who lives in China and a son Anthony who lives in Buffalo, New York.I have worked for the Homewatch CareGivers of Beachwood and Westlake for four years.
Nancy Papa is the Community Outreach Coordinator for the Beachwood Office of Homewatch CareGivers. She has a BS in BA with a major in marketing and is a Pharmaceutical and Marketing professional with about 31 years of experience in the healthcare market. She is the liaison between our office, our referral sources, and the community. She does educational talks, health fairs, and follow up communication with all parties involved in a referral.
"My favorite thing about my job is seeing someone get the care and help they need to be able to stay at
home safely, wherever home is, and also, that no day is ever the same," says Nancy.
I have been married to Alan for 36 years and have a daughter, Samantha, who lives in Charleston, SC, with her husband Gordy, and our first grandson, Paul Alan, and a son, Anthony, who lives in Riverside, California, with his wife, Kristy. She loves going to Indians games, playing golf, reading and helping her aging Mom in Youngstown every week!