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Meet our Team

Meet the dedicated, friendly members of the Morning Breeze staff. These professionals are committed to providing all residents of Morning Breeze with an exceptional living environment.

Holly Witkemper

Executive Director

Holly is a Licensed Health Facility Administrator and has served as the Executive Director at Morning Breeze since 2011. She has worked in long-term care for more than 25 years. Prior to becoming an Executive Director, Holly worked as a Community Liaison and Director of Social Services for 15 years. She is a member of Meals on Wheels. At age 12, Holly started volunteering with the activity department at Decatur County Memorial Hospital and fell in love with the work. In her free time, Holly enjoys the spending time with her family and attending sporting events and the theater.

Mary McCullough, MD

Medical Director

Dr. Mary McCullough has served as the Medical Director at Morning Breeze since 2001 and has worked in long-term care for 28 years. She attended Indiana University in Indianapolis, IN. Dr. McCullough completed a residency at Methodist Hospital in Indianapolis, where she specialized in Family Medicine. Dr. McCullough is a member of American Academy of Family Practice and serves on the board at Decatur County Memorial Hospital and the Morning Breeze Advisory Board. She also participates on the Relay for Life Committee and assists in running a medical mission trip to Haiti each year. In her free time, Dr. McCullough enjoys spending time with family.

Tina Knueven

Director of Nursing

Tina has been a member of the Morning Breeze nursing staff since 2012 holding positions including floor nurse, skin care nurse, and assistant director of nursing. In 2016, Tina was promoted to become the director of nursing. She is responsible for managing the nursing department, scheduling, budget management and survey management. Tina earned and Associates degree in Nursing from Ivy Tech School of Nursing.

Tina has chosen to work at a skilled nursing center because of the influence her grandparents had on her life. "Growing up with my grandparents who raised me, I have always had a great respect for my elders. I feel that seniors have so much to offer us all if we just take the time to listen," said Tina. In her free time, Tina enjoys spending time with her family outdoors in activities such as hunting, fishing, trap shooting, and playing softball. When she and her husband aren't cheering on their children at sporting activities they enjoy going for country rides on their motorcycle.