Board of Directors
The Loveland Elder Green House Homes® for Life Enrichment (LEGH) Board of Directors consists of the following board members: Marlyn Tande, Sandy Mezzetti, Dale Doering, Frank Dornfest, Jon Mallo, Kory Stolte, and Jennifer Swanty.
Megan Marama – Administrator
Megan began her career in long-term care 12 years ago. She began working as a CNA in the same community her grandmother, Mary, lived. One of her favorite memories was of her grandmother coming down the hall each morning to say good morning to her on her way to play piano for the other elders. A passion for the field became alive in her and she continued to work various leadership positions until she received her Administrators license in 2014. Megan is a Certified Eden Associate and fell in love with the Green House Home concept. She is beyond excited to be a part of this team and community.
Jennifer Farmer – Director of Nursing
Jennifer started as a nurses aide just out of high school. She was a stay at home mom for several years until her two oldest children were in school. She graduated LPN school in Loveland and moved to Ohio where she took her boards and enrolled in RN school. As an RN she worked high-risk labor and delivery for many years until she took another break to stay home and care for her mother. After her mother passed she returned to the workforce. She thought she’d try something a little less stressful and chose long-term care. Little did she know what awaited her! As a charge nurse, Unit Manager, Director of Restorative, and Interim Director of Nursing she found her calling. The relationships that grew as she provided care for elders and their families filled her soul. As a Clinical Reimbursement Coordinator, her somewhat type A personality fits the role of ensuring all information is correct and in place for reporting the elders’ assessments and submitting for reimbursement. Through the years she has shared in conversations with other long-term care staff that if they won the lottery they would create a nursing home that … that is…The Green House Homes.