Meet Our Family

Like every family, we all make a difference in many unique ways…

… from a hug to celebrate a grandbaby

… to the best birthday cake

… to helping others in a time of need

… because love knows no limits.

Sue Hall
Executive Director
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Sue Hall is the Executive Director at The Villages of Murfreesboro. Sue has been in healthcare for 30 years as a nurse, consultant and administrator.  Through the years, she has always felt her “calling” was with seniors, and she feels at home at The Villages.  Sue serves on the board of the Tennessee State Veterans Homes.

Originally from Pennsylvania, Sue has called TN home for the past 23 years.  She and her husband live in Murfreesboro and have one son.  She recently added “Grandma” to her resume when her grandson was born in October 2016.



Hope Patterson
Community Relations Director
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Hope Patterson is the Community Realtions Director at The Villages of Murfreesboro. Hope received her Bachelor of Social Work from Middle Tennessee State University. She always knew she wanted to serve the community and help people in some capacity and considered careers in nursing and psychology before pursing her degree in Social Work which has allowed her to have multiple experiences in the field of medicine & psychiatry.

She began what has become a long career in the medical field beginning as early as high school where she began working for a local veterinary office and remained through college. She then became Director of Social Services & Admissions at a local continuing care campus where she remained for 12 years. She then took the opportunity to continue to learn and expand her knowledge in senior health care by accepting a hospital position on a geriatric behavioral health unit as a Social Worker and Discharge Planner. She remained there until recently joining the team at The Villages of Murfreesboro.

Hope was born in Murfreesboro and has lived in Rutherford County all her life. In her free time, she enjoys gardening, spending time outdoors, hiking during cool weather through the Stones River Battlefield with her best buddy, Maggie Mae. Hope is an avid animal lover and in addition to Maggie Mae, she has two rescue cats. She also loves home renovations and remodeling something old into something new.

“I have a true passion for helping others in whatever capacity I am called to do so, without judgement or pretense to their situation or past. I live by the Golden Rule and encourage others to do so as we never know what is in store for us from one day to the next. I am honored to join the Villages & be a part of a family & community that desires to serve and improve the lives of others while maintaining a high customer service standard.”

Sandy Patterson
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Sandy Patterson is the Director of Clinical Services at the Villages of Murfreesboro.

Sandy obtained her Nursing education at the Tennessee College of Applied Technology in Murfreesboro where she graduated in December of 2006. Sandy had a desire to become a nurse at an early age; she entered the healthcare field at the age of 15, receiving her CNA license, then entering Nursing school. Sandy has always had a passion for helping the senior population, maintaining a career in this field for more than 18 years.

Sandy gained her experience first as a nurse on a Skilled Unit, then she became the Director of Wellness at a 60 bed Assisted Living and 20 bed Memory Care Community in Rutherford County, where she spent more than 10 years of her career before joining The Villages of Murfreesboro.

Sandy has two wonderful children, Brice and Addison. Sandy enjoys spending all her free time with her children. They are always looking forward to their next adventure. They enjoy nature, hiking, theme parks, the beach, and going to movies together. Sandy and her children attend World Outreach Church.

I’ve spent my career dedicating my time to helping and serving the senior population. I feel honored and privileged to have such a rewarding career. This is more than a job, it is a blessing to be able to impact the lives of seniors. I love every moment and could not think of anything I enjoy doing more.”