Billie Jo Lee, Business Manager

Billie Jo Lee was born and raised in Rapid Valley, SD. She graduated from Douglas High School in 2002.

Billie Jo worked at Wendy’s in Rapid City for five years and was an assistant manager. In 2006 Billie Jo’s second daughter was born with HypoPlastic Left Heart Syndrome, causing her to stay at home to take care of her until her most recent surgery. Billie Jo has four children and loves being a mom. Next, she was employed at Fairfield Inn doing several different jobs. She
worked in the laundry, housekeeping, and breakfast areas. Later, she worked in the Watiki concessions and arcade. In 2010 she began working for Action Mechanical as a commercial plumber and transitioned into the office as an office assistant.

Billie Jo earned her CNA certificate in 2015, which she soon discovered was the best thing she ever did for her career. She found out that it was what she was supposed to do with her life. Billie Jo had found her forever job. She began working with a client who attended the Adult Day Center and then transitioned to a nursing home. Billie Jo took care of her during her meals and provided companion care. She was with this client until she recently passed away. Billie Jo currently takes care of two clients in their homes and has been with them for three years. She enjoys helping people and finds it rewarding to be able to assist them to stay in their own

Billie Jo came to the Adult Day Center of the Black Hills in November of 2018. She continues working there as she loves what the center is all about. It is very important to her to keep the elderly at home as long as possible. The Adult Day Center of the Black Hills is the perfect place to be, and Billie Jo is very thankful to be part of the team.