At Royal Park Retirement Center, our dedicated staff is available 24-hours a day to meet your care needs. We treat our residents and their families as valued friends and respected members of our community.
“OUR TEAM MEMBERS TRULY HAVE A COMMITMENT TO CARING, AND IT SHOWS IN THE WAY THEY INTERACT WITH RESIDENTS TO HELP THEM MEET THEIR GOALS.”
Holly Krohn joined the Royal Park Retirement team in 2016 as Executive Director. Holly grew up in Montana before moving to Lewiston, Idaho to pursue and graduate with a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration with a Minor in Marketing from Lewis-Clark State College. While attending college, she was active in many community events and fundraisers geared toward helping Business students finish their degrees. Prior to moving to Spokane, Holly earned her Idaho Insurance License and worked for an insurance agency specializing in outdoor recreation. Accepting the position at Royal Park sparked Holly and her husband’s move to Spokane. Her free time is spent rafting, visiting with family, and keeping up with her many nieces and nephews.
Danielle Rossi has been with Royal Park Retirement Center since July 2014. She earned an Associate’s Degree in Nursing from Spokane Community and is currently completing her Baccalaureate Degree from Seattle Pacific University. Previously, Danielle was with an urgent care center and moved from there to the hospital working on the orthopedic trauma unit and then to Director of a dementia unit before coming to Royal Park Retirement Center. She enjoys working at Royal Park Retirement Center in Spokane, WA as Director of Nursing because it is an honor to provide care and pay respect to the aging generation. In her spare time Danielle enjoys watching movies, getting together with her family and friends, yoga and reading.
Holly Davis originally joined Royal Park Retirement as a caregiver in 2010. She quickly worked her way up through the ranks coming the Wellness Director in 2015. Holly originally from Gifford, Washington. She moved to Spokane where she earned her Associates in Computer Networking from Spokane Falls Community College. Holly quickly realized that she had a passion for people and not electronics which spurred her transition into elderly care. Any free time Holly is able to find is spent chasing her two children, tending to her massive garden and supporting Gonzaga.