Our team of dedicated staff members consists primarily of 7 people who run the daily needs of LCCOA.  With a small staff like ours everyone lends a hand in just about everything we do and are constantly learning from one another.  Non-profits like ours do not have the luxury of a large staffing budget so we strive to do all that we can within the means we are given.
Get to know our staff below.


Key People

Committed to the Cause

Susan Lawler

Executive Director

Susan joined Lee County Council On Aging with the vision and drive to improve upon our Non-Profit Organization, and focused on developing the organization with experience and integrity.  She began this journey in February 2018 and has already made an impact.

Maureen Eccles

Post House Ballroom Manager

Experienced, trustworthy, fun. These are just a few of the ways coworkers describe this invaluable member of our team. Maureen is truly talented and brings joy to the weddings and events she helps to plan and coordinate.

Julie McGrail


With us since 2001 Julie has brought years of experience and skills to the forefront in helping our organization grow and succeed.

Samantha Harazin

Outreach Caseworker

Samantha joined Lee County Council On Aging in 2010 with the vision and drive to educate and assist seniors. With a passion for non-profit agencies and a desire to help make a difference Samantha heads up our Outreach department and assists where needed.

Vicki Frazer

Outreach Caseworker

Starting off as receptionist at LCCOA Vicki had the benefit of meeting our clients on a personal level which has aided her in her casework since beginning in Outreach in 2018.  Vicki strives to make every life better.

Patty Frey

Medicaid Billing and Office Assistant

Since starting her career with LCCOA over 18 years ago Patty has held nearly every position here at one time or another.  Patty works part time as our Medicaid billing specialist for our part in the Lee-Ogle Transportation System and aids as needed throughout the center.

Marty Hammonds


Marty has seen it all in his 20 years at LCCOA.  As our resident Maintenance man he has upheld the integrity of the building and helped to create additional storage and space when needed.  Marty has been a dedicated employee though the years often donating his time and expertise to whatever has been needed.


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