Our Staff

Back Row: Debbie Peters, Cook, Dana Gaston, Director of Operations, Diane McClymonds, Executive Director, Rebecca Groen, Kitchen Manager/Chef, Korri Stainbrook Community Relations Specialist.

Front Row: Patti Kallery, Program Coordinator, Brian Harvey, Cook, Tara McManus, Kitchen Assistant.


Diane McClymonds was appointed Executive Director in February 2013 upon the previous director’s retirement. She has a long history of involvement with TLC Meals on Wheels, including Director of Operations for two years prior to her current position and board member from 2004 – 2010. During her six year term as a board member, she served as board president and volunteered as a driver and event coordinator. Diane has a BBA and previously served as a Project Manager for Citibank Diners Club. She enjoys cooking, baking, hiking in the mountains, puzzles and word games.

Dana Gaston joined our staff as Director of Operations in October 2014. She volunteered in a variety of roles at TLC Meals on Wheels prior to her employment, including working in the kitchen and helping to implement new client management software. In addition to her extensive volunteer experience, Dana previously served as a project Manager for Citibank. She finds working here rewarding and meaningful and particularly enjoys interacting with our volunteers. In her spare time she likes to read and attend concerts that feature classic rock and roll music from the 70’s and 80’s.

Korri Stainbrook joined the TLC Meals on Wheels staff as the Community Engagement Specialist in March of 2018. She is a native Littleton resident and has been involved with TLC MoW over the past 40 years. Korri has more than twenty-three years’ experience in marketing, event management, community and public relations. Korri has a bachelor’s degree in Gerontology and Master’s degree in Business Management and currently teaches marketing and business related classes for the University of Phoenix. Korri has two sons attending College and 2 dogs at home to keep her busy when she isn’t volunteering for the Historic Downtown Littleton Merchants Association, The Listen Foundation, and the Colorado Women’s Hall of Fame.


We are always looking for volunteers! You can help out in the kitchen or drive one of our many routes!

Patti Kallery recently joined our team as our Program Coordinator. She has volunteered in the TLC MoW office and kitchen for approximately 7 years, during which time she was completing her second bachelor’s degree in Human Nutrition and Metabolism from Metro State. After graduating from MSUD in 2013, Patti joined Children’s Hospital Colorado, as a Room Service Coordinator, then later teamed up with the Clinical Nutrition Staff as a Registered Dietetic Technician, specializing in Medical Nutrition Therapy in the pediatric population. Currently, she is completing her Master’s in Human Nutrition with an emphasis in Clinical Nutrition, and is anticipating an August graduation from The University of Alabama – Tuscaloosa. Patti is married to her high school sweetheart, has two grown children and two canine kiddos. In her free time, she enjoys Pilates, golf, and travel.

Rebecca Groen is our Chef/Kitchen Manager at TLC Meals on Wheels. She is a Colorado native, born and raised in the town of Parker. She currently lives in the Centennial area with her husband, Marcus. Rebecca has a passion for cooking for the elderly population with 25 plus years of experience in the industry. Rebecca currently holds three degrees from Johnson & Wales University, Denver. She has an A.S. in Culinary Arts, and a B.S. in Culinary Nutrition and Food Science. Rebecca has been the Executive Chef at Assisted Living, Skilled Nursing, and Memory Care facilities throughout the Metro area. In her spare time, Rebecca enjoys good music, good food and good friends. She is an accomplished artist in several different mediums such as chalk drawing, pumpkin sculptures, and her favorite fascination…..food art! She also loves growing her own vegetables in the summertime.

Debbie Peters, Cook, has worked in the kitchen since 2005. With no prior experience in the food industry, Debbie started out as a general helper, taking every opportunity to learn how to cook large quantities and manage all aspects of the kitchen as she rose to her current position. She loves working side by side with the kitchen volunteers and can’t imagine how we could manage without them. When she’s not busy in our kitchen, Debbie can be found working in her garden or hanging out with her two granddaughters, Kaley and Riely.

Brian Harvey, Cook.

Tara McManus, Kitchen Assistant.