Family … simplified.
Michelle was raised in Fairfield, Ohio and went to Cincinnati State where she studied Occupational Therapy Assisting. During her studies, she worked in a Physical Therapy Clinic as an aide. Shortly thereafter, she was married and her focus shifted to her new role as a stay at home mother. Michelle and her husband have three children, with their eldest son already having graduated from Talawanda and pursuing firefighter training. Michelle has been intimately involved with homeschooling their other two children for the last 4 years. Her younger son is active in the Talawanda marching band, and her daughter is involved in soccer. As the children have gotten older, Michelle has again felt the call to work outside of the home. She has worked in the community for Talawanda Schools and Miami University, but has always maintained an interest in the medical field. She was very excited to join the Hoke DPC team as an office receptionist/assistant.
In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her husband, Brian, and the rest of the family. She enjoys helping him in the garden and 4-H activities with their kids. She teaches at their homeschool co-op and is involved with the teenage ministry at church. She likes decorating, being crafty, knitting, and refurbishing old furniture