About Our Team

HomeWell Senior Care in the North Bay area of Northern California is owned and operated by a team of compassionate, professional women and long-time friends who share a common vision for what quality service is and should be for our nation’s elders. Together, they apply decades of business experience to helping seniors maintain their independence in the comfort of their own homes.

Carolyn Tucker and her motherOwner Carolyn Tucker

Outreach Director and owner, Carolyn Tucker, has a deep understanding of the importance of quality caregiving. While working full time and rearing her family, Carolyn also cared for her mother, who lived with her during her final years.

She feels her mother’s spirit continuing to guide her as she now offers assistance and respite to other families caring for their loved ones.

Leslie & Sheri Reese with SantaOwners Leslie & Sheri Reese

Executive Director and owner, Leslie Reese, has 20 years of leadership and management experience in healthcare and a passion for pursuing excellence in healthcare quality and coordination for our seniors. She and her sister, Sheri Reese, also a fellow owner, were extremely close to their grandmother and part of a decades-long family effort to keep her happy and healthy in her home.

Together, with their staff of skilled and dedicated caregivers, they work seamlessly to make a positive difference in the lives of every customer they serve. Because you care, HomeWell is there.

Linda Sheehy, Care Manager

Linda Sheehy, Care Manager

A native of Marin County, Linda spent most of her 30 year career working in private homes, medical facilities and physician offices. She is a professionally trained Certified Nursing Assistant and Home Health Aide and is therefore knowledgeable about what the care experience should be and how it should be delivered most effectively.

She has been both a professional and family caregiver for many years. When she was 19 years old, her father had a stroke that left him permanently paralyzed on the left side. She spent 4 months helping him through rehab and then took care of him for the following year. While it was one of the hardest things she had ever done in her young life, it was also very rewarding to support him. Her grandmother was also a key figure in her life, and when she needed help during the last few years of her life, Linda had the experience and knowledge to both deliver and manage her care so she could stay in the comfort of her own home.

Linda’s experience and enthusiasm serves her well as she works to maximize client communication and engagement and ensure caregiver oversight and training. Your safety, comfort, and satisfaction are our priority, and Linda’s efforts are dedicated to these goals.