Who is MSM?

EYERK001 (2)Kelly S. Eyer, MSN, FNP-BC

Kelly Eyer has lived in Olney nearly all of her life.  She is married to Greg Eyer, the love of her life, and has five wonderful children.  She is the daughter of Steve Marrs and Barbara Henry.

Kelly graduated from Olney Central College with her Associate Degrees in Science and Arts in 1989, then from Southern Illinois University Edwardsville with a bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education in 1992.  She taught at St. Joseph Catholic School from 1992 to 1996, after which she began her life as a stay-home mom.  During that time, she homeschooled her children.  In 2007, she decided to go back to school to pursue her nursing degree.  In 2009, she graduated from Southern Illinois University Edwardsville with her Bachelor of Nursing degree.  After graduating, she continued providing education for her children part-time, as well as working at Richland Memorial Hospital as a Labor and Delivery/Nursery nurse.  It wasn’t long after that Kelly began her studies at Frontier Nursing University to pursue her degree in Advance Practice Nursing.  In 2014, she graduated with a Master of Nursing degree, with the specialty of Family Practice.

In July of 2015, Market Street Medical, LLC, came into being—after MUCH hard work by her husband, Greg, to build the office space, and by Kelly to get all of the business logistics squared away.  It has been a long, difficult journey to get to where they are today, but God has blessed them along the way with patience and perseverance!

Jill_1Jill Ginder, RN

Jill Emmerich Ginder is married to Tyler Ginder.  They moved to Olney in 2012 to Tyler’s hometown.  They have a son Gus and a daughter Ava.  Jill is the daughter of Ed Emmerich and Cheryl Weber Gambill.  Her in laws are Marvin Ginder and the late Thea Ginder.

Jill graduated from Lincoln Trail College with her Associates Degree in Science in 2004.  She has work at St. Anthony’s Memorial hospital medical floor and as a Labor and Delivery/Nursery nurse. In 2008 after a long stint in the NICU with her oldest child she became a stay at home mom and went per diem at St. Anthony’s Memorial hospital.  In 2013 Jill went to work at Richland Memorial Hospital as a Labor and Delivery/Nursery nurse.  Jill is active in her school PTO, Mothers Of Preschoolers – MOPS, and her church First Christian Church of Noble.

In July of 2015 Jill began at Market Street Medical, LLC. She is loving this side of nursing.  She enjoys getting to know her patients and spending time with them.  “Being able to pray with my patients is such a blessing.  I enjoy having a job where it is encouraged to take the time to do that.”