Amy Jordan joined the Countryside team in 2014 after a long career in Special Education, receiving her Master’s Degree from Henderson State University in 2006. She claims she followed her heart and it led her to us and a new career in veterinary medicine.
Amy moved to Arkansas in 1996 while working with the National Park Service. She has raised her two sons, Lucas and Christopher, and three stepchildren Tristan, Ryan, and Simon right here in Hot Springs. Her husband John was the band director for Hot Springs High School for 17 years and still serves as the choir director at St. John’s Catholic Church and has done so for 19 years. John also enjoys playing music at several venues around Hot Springs.
Amy’s love for animals has led to a small zoo at her own house consisting of Reina; an Arkansas Brown - Asia; a Siberian Husky - Lil’Bit; a shi-poo - Winston; an Australian terrier and now she informs us she is on her way to pick up the newest member of her family, Skye; a 1 ½-year-old male Siberian Husky. You can’t have just one Husky right? What if we need a sled team this winter?
Come visit Amy and the whole team at Countryside!! We can’t wait to meet you and your fuzzy family!