Teamwork in action
At Chapel Pointe, each person wakes up with the opportunity to make a lasting impact on the coworkers with whom they partner, friends they see, and the seniors they serve. We build meaningful and trustworthy relationships that make our residents’ lives better. From front-line employees to managers to staff who work behind a computer, our whole team joins together to meet our residents’ needs, even when it means taking a pause from a daily to-do list to be fully present with a resident. It’s this love and level of dedication to seniors that has made Chapel Pointe one of the top retirement living communities in Central Pennsylvania.
Chief Executive Officer
Deborah joined Chapel Pointe in December of 2003. Her prior experience includes five years working at The Christian and Missionary Alliance National Office in Colorado Springs, CO, and over 15 years as the CEO of Bradford Ecumenical Home in Bradford, PA.
Kent served as the Director of Finance at Chapel Pointe from 2010 - 2012. He returned to the team in 2018 as Executive Director. Kent’s experience includes nearly 25 years of serving seniors, most recently as the Chief Executive Officer at Valley View Retirement Community.
Tawnya joined Chapel Pointe in 2016 and was promoted from Director of Nursing to Administrator in March of 2021. She has worked in long-term care for more than 23 years, including 21 years as a licensed nurse.
Chief Financial Officer
Terry joined Chapel Pointe in 2014. His prior experience includes 15 years of experience in finance management and operations in long-term care and continuing care retirement communities.
Chief Operating Officer
Brad Weiser joined Chapel Pointe in 2013. He has a background in dining services management and project management and has his nursing home administrator license.
Our community partners
Our greater team includes volunteers, donors, friends, relatives, ministers and members of churches. We appreciate their expressions of love and caring, which bring joy to our residents’ lives. Learn how you can make a difference.