Teams win games, and teamwork makes the dream work. At Trousdale Living Communities, our staff teams work diligently to exceed the expectations of our residents and patients. Above and beyond is where the TLC team plays. Your family becomes our family. Our skilled and caring nursing and medical staff are well educated, experienced and capable, and we have tenured leadership that have significant longevity with TLC facilities.
We employ the most passionate, caring and understanding staff in the industry, and our residents appreciate and benefit from that. We support our employees and know that continuity and consistency of medical and support staff is important to our long-term care residents, who start with us in independent living and can advance through assisted living and into long-term care. Knowing caregiver’s faces conveys trust and familiarity for aging residents who are declining mentally. When you play (and work) for the TLC team, everyone wins.
Shannon’s job as Executive Director is to improve the lives of employees and residents by fostering a culture of compassion and communication, and to oversee all the daily functions on campus. Shannon has a BS and MA from Ball State University in Muncie, Indiana, and holds degrees in speech-language pathology. Shannon is certified as a Delay the Disease trainer, a Dementia Capable Care trainer, and is certified for Clinical Competence. Shannon enjoys traveling and baking as hobbies.
Regional Director of Clinical Operations
Campus Life Enrichment Director
Shelley joined the team in September of 2022 as the Independent and Assisted Living Life Enrichment Director. She has her APC and has worked as an Activity Director since 2020. Shelley started her healthcare journey in 2010 as a nurse aide and gained experience in Human Resource and marketing in home healthcare.
Shelley is originally from Louisiana and resides in Ohio with her husband who is an Army veteran. Both of her kids are in the military, so she has a soft spot for veterans. She enjoys spending time with her family, (including her dogs), camping, fishing, sailing, and riding motorcycles with her husband.
Jay Entered into Long Term Care in 2012, after taking early retirement from Sidney Municipal Court. Jay is an Avid outdoorsman and loves to spend time with his family and loves to fish and hunt. He and his wife have traveled all over the US fishing, with the last 2 years trips being spent in Alaska fishing for salmon and the elusive Grayling. Jay and his wife have 3 grown children and 5 Grandkids. Jay is excited to be at Friendship Village and looks forward to good things to come!
Ed has worked in healthcare for over 10 years in various departments. He graduated from Wright State University with his bachelor’s degree in Organizational Leadership and holds a Professional in Human Resource’s certification from HRCI. Ed has been with Friendship Village since 2020 and oversees the human resources department which includes attracting and retaining qualified employees to fulfill the mission and vision of Friendship Village.
Outside of work, Ed enjoys reading, swimming, and spending time with friends and family.
AL/IL Marketing Director
I started my Healthcare career as caregiver for small person care homes. I worked my way up to the sales and marketing and found my perfect place in the healthcare world! I have a total of 8 years of marketing in the Dayton area, and I have worked for Skilled nursing communities, Hospices and Assisted Livings! Working here at Friendship Village is one of the best decisions I have ever made! Quality and compassionate care is what our community strives for everyday!
Director of Nursing
David has 20 years of LTC/Nursing experience. He started out as an STNA and worked to become an LPN in 2007. He then went back to Clark State University for his Associates Degree in Nursing and then obtained his Bachelors from Ohio University. David works to oversee and direct the day-to-day clinical operations as well as maintaining the highest quality of care standards in the community. A father of three boys, David enjoys spending time with his boys fishing and camping.
Director of Maintenance
Dining Services Director
Miguel recently joined Friendship village rehabilitation center as the Dining Services Director/ General Manager, bringing with him 11 years plus of food service experience.
Miguel received his Culinary Arts degree from Vincennes University. He began his food service journey in Chicago, IL, as a food service worker and worked his way to become a director. He is very passionate about the food service industry and has experiences in different food service settings such as hospitals, college campuses, and rehabilitation centers. With the knowledge he’s gained over the years, he is able to provide high-quality dining services to the residents.
Miguel enjoys reading about history and traveling the world, Miguel Also speaks three languages’, he also enjoys spending time with his family and going to the theater to watch the latest Marvel’s movie.
Business Office Manager
Director of Housekeeping and Laundry
Teresa has dedicated herself to the Health Care industry for the past 19 yrs. She has been an Environmental Manager for 6 years, after successfully owning and managing a cleaning company for 10 years. She has held her STNA license for the duration of her health care career.
Teresa enjoys spending time with her family, playing softball, traveling and playing with her 2 dogs, Karma and Bella.