About Us

The Webster Comfort Care Home management team is a group of citizens who believe in the dignity and value of every person, and who care about our community. United in our desire to provide hospice-based care, our role is a privileged one. We believe in individualized care to accommodate the physical, emotional, social and spiritual needs of the home’s residents. We also wish to embrace each resident’s family and friends with love and support that would continue throughout the grieving process. Partnering with local hospice agencies, we provide complete and comprehensive around-the-clock care.

Our Staff

Janet Jones-Brower – Executive Director

Janet came to the Rochester area to attend SUNY at Brockport. Upon graduation, began her career at Rochester Institute of Technology in the Athletics Department as an educator and coach. Through her 27-year career, she advanced from the coaching ranks to athletic administration gaining experience with budget management, staffing and facilities.

In 2007, Janet accepted the position of Director of Health & Safety at the Greater Rochester Chapter of the American Red Cross. Responsible to provide CPR/First Aid and Water Safety training throughout Greater Rochester and the six surrounding counties, she gained experience with fundraising and event management.

Janet lives in Webster with her husband Bernie and enjoys traveling, golf, reading and the outdoors.

Sharon Scott – Volunteer Coordinator

Sharon is a lifelong Webster resident (other than a decade spent in Pennsylvania earning her Bachelor Degree from Elizabethtown College, Master Degree from Shippensburg U, and working at Muhlenberg College), with deep ties to the Webster community. While her career background is in counseling psychology, particularly working with college students, she has volunteered in hospice settings previously and feels very blessed to be at Webster Comfort Care. Sharon and husband, Jeff, also a lifelong Webster resident, are parents to 4 young adults and have enjoyed spending time with them during their developmental years. Sharon immersed herself in volunteering in the community with PTSA, Flower City Work Camp, Church Youth Programs, Girl Scouts and at Rochester General Hospital. She also referees field hockey locally for Section V schools. Sharon feels being the volunteer coordinator at WCCH is an entirely joyful opportunity, and she is very grateful to be working alongside such wonderful and dedicated people. In her free time, Sharon enjoys hiking, kayaking and photography.

Mary Barnhart, RN – Primary Nurse

Mary is a registered nurse of 30 years. She graduated from Monroe Community College in 1982 and Alfred University in 1989. Mary worked at St. Mary’s Hospital in Rochester for 20 years, mostly in obstetrics and gynecology. Seventeen years ago, after caring for family and friends at home, Mary joined Lifetime Care extending her career into hospice care.

Mary lives in Rochester with her daughter and beautiful granddaughter. She also has a daughter and granddaughter in Oswego. Mary is blessed with a large extended family covering the United States.

Per Diem Nursing Staff (4pm-7am coverage seven days a week)

  • Bonnie Epner
  • Peggy Felipe
  • Kathy Fulton
  • Julie Barcomb-Knapp
  • Karen Huttemann
  • Fiona Morris
  • Carrie Ogi
  • Kris Taylor
  • Sandy Thayer

WCCH Board of Directors

William Fulton – Chair
Ellen Lindahl – Vice Chair
Barbara Darbey – Treasurer
Kathleen Coleman – Secretary

Natalie Anderson
Linda Dorsey
Elizabeth Hill
Abde Kapadia
Sharon Kruger
Rick LaDue
Richard Schaff
Donald Young
Jo Zimmerman