Keeping the

Spirit Alive

Leadership Team


St. Patrick’s Home of Ottawa Inc. has a long and very proud history. Founded two years before Confederation, it is one of the oldest homes for the aged in Ontario.

Leadership & Quality Team 2016

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Janet Morris

President & CEO

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Monique Patterson

Vice President of Nursing, St. Patrick’s Home

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Paul Harris

Manager, Support Services (Housekeeping, Laundry & Nutritional Services)

Fritz Clarke

Manager, Spiritual and Religious Care

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Lorne Rogers

Coordinator, Quality Improvement

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Ruth Catana

Executive Director, St. Patrick’s Home Foundation

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Marilyn Willms

Vice President – Finance

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James (Jim) Videto

Vice President – Building Operations

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Tracey Simpson

Manager, Human Resources and Staff Development

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Kathy Thompson

Manager, Recreation and Volunteers Services

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David Wainwright

Coordinator, Resident and Family Services

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Pam Smith

Assistant VP Nursing


Healing Garden

In June, we launched a campaign to create a Commemorative Healing Garden at St. Patrick’s Home. Our vision is to create a quiet space of refuge, where one can be completed immersed in nature, surrounded by calming plants and trees. To celebrate Canada’s 150th...

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Horticulture Therapy

Horticulture Therapy Thank you to all our generous supports of your horticulture program. We have had such a great success over the last few years creating warm and welcoming environment for our residents and their families to visit in. Our Larry Kelly Garden is now...

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Diversion Door

Diversion Door We couldn’t be happy with the amazing Diversion Door we had painted in Donegal RHA. With the support of the Eldercare Foundation grant we were able to make this project happen. It’s only been a few months since our Diversion Doors have been finished and...

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