Doug Walther

Doug Walther

Executive Director

Doug Walther has passionately served the Senior Housing industry for over 25 years providing visionary servant leadership for a variety of organizations.

Doug started his career in 1986 as the Director of Finance for Logan Square East, a CCRC in Philadelphia managed by Life Care Services. He then joined the LCS family and after completing his AIT program he served as ED for communities in CT, MD. Doug returned home to Philadelphia to serve 8 years as ED for Paul’s Run and Vice President of Liberty Lutheran Services. His career then lead him to 11 years of providing management contracting and consulting services to distressed communities throughout PA, MD. Doug has now rejoined the LCS family in 2012 as the Executive Director of The Heritage of Green Hills a CCRC outside of Reading, PA.

Doug has served on the Executive Board of Directors for the Pennsylvania Association of County affiliated Homes (PACAH). For Leading Age of PA/PANPHA he has served on the CCRC Sub-Committee, Public Policy Committee, Staff Development Committee, Board of Directors of SEPANPHA, and various other Task Forces.

Doug resides in Skippack, PA. He is a graduate of Lycoming College and has post graduate studies at Philadelphia University, in Philadelphia, PA and Quinnipiac University in Hamden, CT.

Cheryl Anderson

Well by DesignSM Director

Cheryl joined The Heritage of Green Hills in 2008. The core of Cheryl’s job is centered on self-direction and personal coaching to help residents find their strengths and pursue new ones. “We target the whole-person wellness way of life. It’s about body, mind and spirit. My department helps residents discover the inspiration and means to have an active and rewarding lifestyle.”

When asked what she does for fun, Cheryl said, “My children and family are my number one. The ocean and sand between my toes or a book and my pool are also on the top of my list.”

John Farber

Administrator

John joined Green Hills Manor in February 2016. He brings 20 years of experience in executive senior services positions and a positive perspective to his work.

“I feel the work I do every day makes a difference to the residents in our community. I know when I go home that I truly did something meaningful and important.”

This attitude is reflected in one of his favorite quotes from Maya Angelou: “I’m convinced of this: good done anywhere is good done everywhere. For a change, start by speaking to people rather than walking by them like they’re stones that don’t matter. As long as you’re breathing, it is never too late to do some good.”

If you’d like to get him talking about something else he holds near and dear, ask about his collection of Japanese cars.

Mark Sweigart

Fitness Program Coordinator

Mark joined The Heritage of Green Hills in 2014 and holds a degree in exercise physiology from West Chester University. His athletic background and experience in many different fields of fitness let him bring a nontraditional approach to fitness. Efficiency and functionality are what he emphasizes, aiming to help residents function better through specific fitness goals made just for them.

He loves martial arts, basketball, Brazilian jiu-jitsu and his yellow Lab. If you want to hear about his geeky side, just ask him to compare Marvel Comics to DC Comics!

Patrick Corbett

Patrick Corbett

Director of Food & Beverage

In January 2015, Patrick Corbett joined The Heritage at Green Hills after serving as Senior Director of Dining for Morrison Senior Living in Jenkintown, PA, and as District Manager and General Manager for Sodexo Senior Living in Allentown, PA. He has worked in senior living communities for 22 years, and has a passion for being of service to the residents. Patrick holds an Associate of Applied Science in Culinary Arts from Johnson and Wales University, Providence, RI, and studied Hospitality Management at Eastern University, Philadelphia, PA.

Patrick enjoys working the whole restaurant, whether creating special menus for the residents or sitting and visiting with the residents in the dining rooms and teaching nutritional health lessons. He tries to inspire the residents through being a model for the dimensions of wellness. These dimensions include intellectual, physical, emotional, social, spiritual, environmental, vocational aspects of making a whole self and whole community. Patrick is an avid cyclist, completing a 10 day ride of the perimeter of Pennsylvania and participating in the MS City to Shore ride nine times. He also is an avid surf kayaker spending most weekends at the Jersey Shore.

Patrick spiritual and emotional life is fed through his loving family and his Catholic faith. Married for nearly 30 years to his wife, Jodi, they have raised two sons, Alex, 25, who will complete his Registered Dietitian program in May 2018, and Shane, 23, who after graduating with a BS in Electrical Engineering at the Coast Guard Academy began his service in the United States Coast Guard – already participating in hurricane recovery missions in Texas, USVI, and Puerto Rico.

Adrienne Dawkins

Adrienne Dawkins

Resident Care Coordinator

Adrienne is a dedicated nurse with a genuine heart that cares deeply for her residents.  She has served in senior living since she was 18 years old (looks like just yesterday doesn’t it).  Before joined the Heritage of Green Hills family in November of 2016, she cared for residents in several Pennsylvania communities for 16 years.  Adrienne was born and raised right here in the Reading, PA area.  She attended the Lancaster County Career & Technology Center receiving her Licensed Practical Nursing diploma in 2007.