We are so grateful to serve the families of Limestone County. Meet our management team.
Hospice of Limestone County was founded in 1988 to fulfill a community need for end-of-life care and family support. As the only not-for-profit hospice in Limestone County, our focus is the personal care of patients and the support of their families. This mission is made possible through the continued support of the people we have served over the course of 30 years. Our past supporters and volunteers have been invaluable to our mission, and now the grandchildren of those individuals serve important roles in making Hospice of Limestone County your hometown hospice. We are sincerely grateful to serve the families of our county.
Our Management Team
Suzanne Paysinger is the Executive Director for Hospice of Limestone County. She began working here in 2016, and prior to that worked as a Registered Dietitian in long-term care settings. Suzanne has a degree in nutrition from University of Alabma.
Suzanne was born and raised in Limestone County. She has enjoyed working with the patients and families of Limestone County for over 15 years. She sees her job with hospice as a way to give back and care for so many who have served this great community.
Head Social Worker
Linda began working at Hospice of Limestone County in 1995, and prior to that was with DHR. Linda has a degree in psychology from Birmingham Southern College and and received a Masters in Social Work soon after from the University of Tennessee.
Linda was born and raised in Limestone County. Her commitment to the families of Limestone County is her greatest gift to Hospice. She tirelessly works to bring comfort and peace to the patients and families with whom she works.
Lee Ann is new to Hospice of Limestone County. Prior to joining our team, she began her career as a registered nurse at Athens Limestone Hospital before spending 20 years at Home Health, most recently serving as director.
Lee Ann was born and raised in Limestone County. LeeAnn’s background working with patients and families as a nurse makes her a perfect person to help others through the hospice experience.
Jennifer Taylor, RN, BSN
Community Relations Director
Jennifer received her bachelor’s degree from The University of Alabama’s Capstone College of Nursing in 2004. She started her nursing career in oncology at Baptist Memorial Hospital in Columbus, Mississippi.
Jennifer has been a nurse sixteen years, with the last ten years working in hospice care. She came to Hospice of Limestone County in 2016 as a visiting nurse, then worked as a case manager, and in 2019 was promoted to the position of Community Relations Director. As Community Relations Director she is able to help connect the community she loves to the services through hospice care she believes so strongly in.