710 South 3rd Street,
Gallup, NM 87301
Phone: (505) 488-2072 | (505) 863-9236
Fax: (505) 488-2361 | (505) 863 9237
Office Coordinator: Tyson King | Email: email@example.com
Field Coordinator: Elizabeth Morgan | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Field Coordinator: Drucilla Anderson | Email: email@example.com
Office Assistant: Gabrielle Ricehill | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
New Mexico Regional Manager: Anita Emerson | Email: email@example.com
Tyson R. King
Yá’át’ééh. I am, Tyson R. King. I am Kinyaa’aani (Towering House clan) born for Tabaaha’ (Water’s Edge clan). My Maternal grandparents are Tsi’naajinii (Black Streaked-Wood People), and my paternal grandparents are Ts’Naajinii (Black Streaked-Wood People). I’m a very proud Navajo, born and raised on the Navajo reservation from the small rural community of Tse Yaaniichii (now considered modern day Rehoboth, New Mexico.)
My background is with electronics: Information Technology and electronics repair. I decided at an early age that I wanted to travel, and by the time I was ready to graduate High School I had visited 48 of the 51 states by doing various service projects, school activities, and summer programs. But through it all, the Navajo Nation has always been my home. Strong cultural ties to the land and family have always been a part of my life. So after honorably serving 10 years of active duty with the United States Marine Corps, I was medically discharged and returned to the wonderful Navajo Nation. My greatest achievement in life has been the ties I share with my family. My family is everything in life to me. Through service and care for one another, we continue the Navajo philosophy: that without K’é we are lost in a world that is unforgiving at times.
The basic term “K’é” refers to effective action and solidarity, including such concepts as love, compassion, kindness, friendliness, generosity, and peacefulness. I am blessed and fortunate to be a part of the Circle of Life family. As Office Coordinator at the Soaring Eagles Home Care location in Gallup, New Mexico, I plan to carry on the traditions that have been laid down for me through honesty, integrity, and heart. Hozho
is a term that refers to a concept found in Navajo Native American culture that refers to an inter-connectedness between beauty, harmony, and goodness in all things physical and spiritual that results in health and well-being for all things and beings. Wish you all nothing less than beauty.
Elizabeth D. Morgan
Hello my name is Elizabeth D. Morgan. I was born and raised in Jones Ranch, New Mexico. I am a member of the Navajo tribe. My clans are the Black sheep people, born for the Mexican people. I have been working with Soaring Eagles Home care for two years as a Field Coordinator. Prior to working for Soaring Eagles Home Care, I was a community health worker with the Navajo Nation CHR/Outreach program for 33 years. I have a passion for working with my Dine People. I enjoy working with elderly. They are our 1st priority as Dine people. I hope to continue my service to the Dine people for many more years to come.
My name is Drucilla Anderson, mother of two daughters and one son and grandmother to four beautiful grandchildren. My youngest daughter will be graduating from Rehoboth High School in 2020. I have attended college in York, Nebraska and lived most of my life in New Mexico. I love working with good people.
New Mexico Regional Manager
My Name is Gabrielle Ricehill, I’ve been with Soaring Eagles Home Care since 2014 & at that time I was hired as the receptionist. But with hard work and having the passion to care for elders, I am now the office assistant. My experience with the company has been very good one. The best part about being employed with Soaring Eagles Home Care is seeing how happy the clients are and the help we contribute to the elders in our community.