Orchard Ridge's Executive Director Appointed to VANHA Board of Directors

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Executive Director John Midolo Joins VANHA's Board

John Midolo

It is an honor to serve and represent the interests of all seniors ...

The Village at Orchard Ridge—A National Lutheran Community’s (TVOR) Executive Director John Midolo was appointed to the Virginia Association of Nonprofit Homes for the Aging (VANHA) Board of Directors. Midolo, an active member of the statewide organization since 2011, will serve a three-year term.

VANHA represents the interests of not-for-profit facilities serving older adults in Virginia by advocating for and educating its members through the ongoing development of an effective association. The organization is comprised of not-for-profit retirement housing facilities, adult care residences, nursing homes, and continuing care retirement communities. Facilities are sponsored by a variety of religious, fraternal, public, and private organizations dedicated to providing quality care and services to older adults.

“We are elated to welcome John Midolo to the Board of Directors. With more than 25 years of executive health care experience, he will bring a wealth of knowledge to the leadership team,” VANHA President Sandee Levin said. “His upbeat personality and ability to listen, then respond thoughtfully is such a delight.”

Midolo shares in the enthusiasm and looks forward to the opportunities for increased advocacy.

“It is an honor to serve and represent the interests of all seniors at the Virginia State level to ensure that their wants, needs and desires are met,” Midolo said. “As part of the National Lutheran family, the tradition of service runs strong and I hope to continue that tradition in my capacity on the Board. I look forward to advancing VANHA’s efforts in meeting the needs of future generations.”

About The Village at Orchard Ridge (TVOR)

The Village at Orchard Ridge—A National Lutheran Community in Winchester, Va., is a new continuing care retirement community (CCRC) on 132-acres in the Shenandoah Valley. The community opened in February 2013 and offers independent living cottage homes and apartments with in-home health services, assisted living memory care, and nursing care options and short-term rehabilitation. Currently, The Village at Orchard Ridge is in pre-sales for its Phase II expansion, which will include additional independent living apartments and cottages, a wellness center with an indoor pool, and the expansion of dining areas and skilled nursing. Construction is expected to be completed late 2016. For more information, visit http://www.thevillageatorchardridge.org.

About The Virginia Association of Nonprofit Homes for the Aging (VANHA)

The Virginia Association of Nonprofit Homes for the Aging (VANHA) is a statewide organization of not-for-profit retirement housing facilities, adult care residences, nursing homes, and continuing care retirement communities. Facilities are sponsored by a variety of religious, fraternal, public, and private organizations dedicated to providing quality care and services to the elderly. For more information, visit http://www.vanha.org

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