Meet the Team
Leah Dailey joined Raintree Terrace Senior Living in September 2017 and has nine years of marketing and sales experience. She began her career in marketing and fundraising for a local private Christian school and soon felt a calling to help seniors and has devoted the last four years to senior care. Leah has a degree in biomechanics from Milligan College, where she played softball for four years. She is active and involved with Alzheimer’s Tennessee and Purple Cities Alliance, sits on the board of directors at Keystone Adult Day Program, and is the head softball coach at Karns High School. Leah is married to her husband, Luke, and they have an energetic 4-year-old daughter, Piper. Leah and her family serve and worship at West Lonsdale Baptist Church in Knoxville.
Director of Sales and Marketing
Madison joined the Raintree Terrace team in February 2020. Prior to joining Raintree Terrace, Madison spent four years with other senior living communities in Knoxville serving as a senior community relations director and director of Sales and Marketing. She graduated from Carson Newman College with a degree in communications and an emphasis in public relations.
Madison lives and worships in Corryton, and she enjoys traveling, big earrings, concerts, and spending time with friends and family.
Business Office Director
Judy Kitts joined Raintree Terrace Senior Living as the business office director in March 2015. She has a wealth of knowledge in administrative, accounting and human resources and leads our team in strong business relations. Prior to joining the Raintree Terrace family, Judy worked for Kimberly-Clark for 20 years serving in the accounting, benefits and facilities management departments. Judy also served as the office manager for local Christian radio station WRJZ.
Judy is from Knoxville and has two daughters, Julie and Danielle, and five grandchildren and has been married to her husband, Mark, for 39 years and counting. Judy is a passionate, motivated individual and has served in her church all throughout her life.
Culinary Service Director
Allan McGregor began his fine-dining career when he arrived in Seattle, Washington, from Glasgow, Scotland, 15 years ago. Not long after his arrival, he started working with senior living residents and never looked back. He loves the challenge of creating flavorful and nutritious meals that allow residents to stay healthy, with the feeling that it could have been created from their own kitchen.
Allan moved to Knoxville, Tennessee, in 2018 and has embraced the East Tennessee flavors while incorporating local favorites and comfort foods into a robust menu that his residents can be proud to invite their families to enjoy.
Resident Care Director
Lisa Neice joined Raintree Terrace as resident care director in September 2016. Lisa has more than 30 years of health care experience, which began as caregiver in a senior living community. Since then, she has tirelessly served in the dietary, housekeeping and activities departments. Lisa is driven to help others, so several years after her first exposure as a caregiver and assisting in the care of her father, she decided to become a nurse. She received her nursing license as a practical nurse from Washington County School of Practical Nursing in 2005, with top honors. Before moving back to Knoxville two years ago, she was a licensed assisted living facility administrator in Virginia and served at three different communities. Since her first visit to Raintree Terrace, for her initial job interview, she felt that this is where she was meant to be. The home-like atmosphere immediately spoke to her heart.
Lisa loves spending time with her family. She and her husband, Rick, have been married for 36 years and are blessed with four children. Lisa’s absolute greatest joy in her life is being called “Mimi” by Lane, Clayton, Ethan, Jonathan, Adrianna and Barrett. In her free time, she relaxes on the front porch of her cabin and looks down over the beautiful mountain views.
Building Service Director
Jeff Burton joined the Raintree Terrace as building services director in March 2017. Jeff was born and raised in Tennessee and enjoys the mountains, lakes, old trucks, racing, bike riding, Clint Eastwood and comedy movies, good food, family, college football, Vols baseball, Lady Vols softball, bluebirds, humming birds, and a nice sunset with a cup of coffee on the screened back porch with dog Scruffy!