White Horse Village (WHV), a continuing care retirement community (CCRC), is located on 96 acres in western Delaware County, Pennsylvania, approximately 20 miles west of center city Philadelphia. White Horse Village is a CARF-accredited life care community, granted our fourth five-year re-accreditation in June 2015.
The concept for the Village originated with several entrepreneurs, the White Horse Village Associates, in the mid 1980’s, as a limited proprietary project. The property was the site of a former horse farm. Marketing of the Community began in September of 1986. In May 1987, White Horse Village, Inc. was organized as a Pennsylvania non-profit corporation under Internal Revenue Service section 501(c)(3) with the determination that the corporation is exempt from federal income taxation.
Construction began in May 1988. The project was built in three phases, the first of which was ready for occupancy on August 8, 1989. Today, the Community consists of 335 residential accommodations, a two story Health Care Center containing 59 private skilled nursing rooms and 48 personal care suites along with a 20 room memory support wing.
“We provide a full range of retirement lifestyles, rooted in excellence, in a vibrant community of people who care!”
White Horse Village sets the standard of excellence for retirement communities.
- We are committed to excellence.
- We care about and respect one another.
- We enjoy and promote a warm and friendly environment.
- We embrace growth and change.
- We act with uncompromising ethics.
- We are committed to volunteerism.
THE WHITE HORSE VILLAGE BOARD OF DIRECTORS
The first meeting of the White Horse Village Board of Directors convened in 1989 with nine members and has now grown to fifteen. They are men and women, including three residents, who volunteer their time and expertise without monetary compensation to ensure that White Horse Village continues to operate effectively and within legal and regulatory parameters. Through their work, they ensure that White Horse Village continues as a financially strong entity. The working board committees include: governance, finance, nominating, health and wellness, corporate compliance and strategic planning. Members are selected based upon their knowledge and expertise in various fields and industries that complement the work of the White Horse Village Board of Directors. In addition to regularly scheduled board meetings, the chair calls an annual meeting which is open to the public where the financial condition of the community is reviewed and future plans are disclosed.
AMY T. CARPENTER, AIA, LEED, CHAIR
SHIRLEY A. WEAVER, VICE CHAIR/SECRETARY
MICHAEL B. MAGNAVITA, CPA, TREASURER
HELENA I. POCH CIECHANOWSKI, BS (NURSING), JD, MEMBER
MELANIE BORK GRAHAM, ESQ.
ROBERT J. BRUCE
PAMELA L. HANSEN
BRUCE D. HOPPER, MD
PAUL D. HOPPER
LOUISE L. HUMMEL, MSN, RN-BC, CEN, NE-BC
GREGORY C. NOWELL
ALBERT M. RAYMOND
ELEANOR C. SMITH
CYNTHIA A. WALTERS
JOHN C. YOUNG
Len Weiser, CEO/President and Amy T. Carpenter, AIA, LEED, Chair
Len Weiser, CEO/President, 610-558-5777
Tina Boukalis, Vice President Resident Services, 610-558-5044
Robert Higgins, Vice President Property and Facilities, 610-558-5007
Dottie Mallon, Vice President of Marketing and Public Relations, 610-675-2054
Jennifer Schilpp, Vice President of Finance, 610-558-5798
Len Weiser, CEO/President
Brittany Brown, Senior Director of Health Care/NHA
Betsy Miller, Director of Resident Services
Megan Shugars, Director of Human Resources
Debbie Supplee, Director of Nursing
Margie Hymerling, Director of Dining Services
Max Romulus, Director of Information Technology
Rick Tavani, Director of Property and Facilities
Amy L. Pawlowski, Director of Personal Care/Four Seasons
The Leadership Team is comprised of 35 dedicated Directors, Managers and Supervisors who lead our team members in providing quality services and care to our residents!