Stuart Yousey is the Executive Director of Carriage Court Senior Living, serving the needs of the residents and staff. He is always willing to learn new things and believes in always following the best practice of better serving those around you.
Stuart has an extensive background with certifications from the United States Marine Corp in medical studies and engineering. In his service, he built entire communities from the ground up and helped with the aid and recovery of his fellow service members. He also has a background in Restoration, where he restored damaged homes and helped individuals get their lives back to normal after damage from the elements. During Stuart's spare time, he enjoys making his own furniture as well as being an avid outdoors man. Doing everything from fishing, hunting, hiking, and camping all with his wife and newborn son.
Teresa Tripp was born on a farm in Martinsville, Indiana. There she learned the value and necessity of a good day’s work. After graduating high school, she worked in the
service industry. She became a financial branch manager in the 1980s. In the 1990s, Teresa attended Indiana State University, was married, and raised two beautiful daughters. It was then she decided to pursue a nursing career. She’s now been a nurse for 10 years, nine as a Director of Nursing in senior living and Alzheimer’s care. She loves to bring purpose and good
health to our Residents.
Business Office Director
Ela Ohly joined Carriage Court in 2017 as the Business Office Director. She has years of experience with employee onboarding and orientation including the oversight of new hires and payroll. Ela has a friendly, outgoing personality. She has a passion for relationship building and encourages open communication. Her positive attitude, dedication, and organizational skills make her an asset to our team. She was born in Brazil and moved to the United States with her family when she was 10 years old. When not working, Ela enjoys traveling, sports, and outdoor activities, but her favorite times are those spent with her husband and two small children.