Kimberly A. Harris, R.N.
Kimberly A. Harris, RN, was born and raised in Salamanca, New York and joined our firm in 2016. In 1986, she graduated from the Ellicottville Boards of Cooperative Educational Services and earned her Licensed Practical Nursing (LPN) degree. She then attended Jamestown Community College and obtained an Associate Degree in Applied Science in Nursing. She has additional nursing education through the University of Phoenix, working toward her Bachelors of Science in Nursing.
In the years since becoming a nurse she has worked as a Traveling Nurse with a focus in Emergency and Intensive Care in both adult and pediatric nursing. After traveling for over six years, she settled down and worked at The East Tennessee Children’s Hospital in Knoxville, Tennessee for seven years as a Clinical Research Nurse for the Hematology/Oncology Department. Most recently, she has spent 14 years at the Rehabilitation Center in Olean, New York as the Treatment Coordinator in the Article-16 Clinic assisting people with developmental disabilities.
Kim lives in Salamanca, New York. Her children, Jacob and Jorrie, are grown and in college. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with friends and family, skiing, gardening, cooking, and relaxing with a good book.
Angelina Creed, R.N.
Angelina G. Creed, RN was born and raised in Salamanca, New York and joined our firm in 2021. She graduated from Jamestown Community College, Cattaraugus County Campus with an Associates Degree in Applied Science in Nursing. Her clinical nursing experience includes hemodialysis and nursing home care. She also has extensive healthcare experience with acute care and postoperative care.
Angelina lives in Salamanca, with her husband Josh and their son Henry. She enjoys traveling and has been on several medical mission trips to Haiti and Honduras. In her spare time, she enjoys singing for her church, being around family and friends, campfires, and going to the movies.
Kathryn Wilcox, R.N.
Kathryn “Kari” Wilcox is a Registered Nurse who graduated from Jamestown Community College with an Associate Degree in Applied Science in Nursing in 2007. She later earned her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Oklahoma Wesleyan University. Her clinical nursing experience includes orthopedics, inpatient care, home care, and emergency medicine.
Originally from West Virginia, Kari has lived in the Cattaraugus County area for the past 21 years. She currently resides in Olean with her husband, Brian. They have four adult children, Michael (Aaliyah), Brianna, Katelyn, and Dylan, and one grandson.
In her spare time, Kari enjoys hiking, skiing, gardening, paddle boarding, travel, and horseback riding.
Patrick D. Dunn, Investigator
Pat is a Portville Central School graduate and a lifelong resident of Cattaraugus County. Pat has 32 years of combined Law Enforcement experience (Village of Portville Police Department 1987-1989, Town of Cuba Police Department 1988-1989 and Cattaraugus County Sheriff’s Office 1989 to 2018).
Throughout his years of law enforcement service Pat has handled various assignments including: Cattaraugus County Sheriff’s Office – Road Patrol, DARE (Drug Abuse Resistance Education) Instructor, Juvenile Officer, Criminal Bureau Investigator, Elder Abuse Investigator, Southern Tier Regional Drug Task Investigator, Alcohol Tobacco Firearms – Homeland Security Investigator, Road Patrol Sergeant and Court Security Sergeant.
In addition to Pat’s law enforcement experience, he has 26 combined years of Military service (Active duty United States Air Force 1982 – 1987; United States Army Reserve 98th Division 1987 – 1995, United States Air Force Reserve 914th Air Wing, Niagara Falls Air Reserve Station). Pat is both a Cold War and Operation Iraqi Freedom/Operation Enduring Freedom Veteran.
Pat and his wife Laurie live in Portville and they have three children, Kyle, Connor and Chloe. In his free time Pat is a member of several organizations including the Post 814 American Legion (Post Commander), the Portville Conservation Club, the Ancient Order of Hibernians DIV 2 – Olean, the Pfeiffer Nature Center, National Rifle Association and he volunteers as both a Hunter Safety Course Instructor for New York State Department of Environmental Conservation and is the Portville Central School Trap Club Advisor.