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Laura Farrell, long-time Administrator at Trinity Community, named executive director of the life plan community in Beavercreek, Ohio

Long-time Administrator at Trinity Community, Laura Farrell, has been named executive director of the life plan community in Beavercreek, Ohio.

“I feel one of my biggest accomplishments as a leader … is the development of future leaders here at Trinity.”

Jeremy Lemon, administrator-in-training, has been promoted to director of resident services for the Trinity campus.

Laura holds a bachelor’s degree in social work from the University of Cincinnati and a master’s degree in healthcare administration from Ohio University. She started with United Church Homes in 1990 as director of social services at Riverview, a former UCH community. She has held a variety of positions over the years, including her long-term appointment as administrator at Trinity.

The duties of Laura’s new role include oversight of operations at Trinity, as well as special projects for United Church Homes. Most recently, she served as chair of the Uplands Village transition team for a United Church Homes community in Pleasant Hill, Tennessee. 

Laura is a 2017–18 fellow of the Larry Minnix National Leadership Academy, a program of LeadingAge, a national organization representing nonprofit senior living communities. Laura also graduated in 2013 from the United Church of Christ’s Council for Health and Human Service Ministries (CHHSM) Nollau Institute.

Laura said she looks forward to expanding the vision of the Trinity Community campus through its master plan for assisted and independent living.

“I hope to continue the innovative spirit of Trinity Community,” she said. “I feel one of my biggest accomplishments as a leader, and what I’m most proud of — in addition to the quality of care and love for our residents — is the development of future leaders here at Trinity. The leadership team is comprised of those who have been promoted from within. I’m very proud of them.” 

Jeremy is a graduate of Sinclair College and The Ohio State University. He started with Trinity Community as a dining services assistant and cook from September 2004 to July 2012. At that point, Jeremy was promoted to dietetic technician and dining services supervisor. From January 2017 to October 2017, he served as administrator-in-training.

In his new role, Jeremy will oversee assisted and residential living at Trinity Community, along with operations of Trinity Community at Fairwood, a nearby independent living campus. Jeremy will also coordinate Trinity’s safety program and work to advance various initiatives and programs, including recruitment and retention efforts and the Hospitality: I LIVE IT culture change initiative. 

“There is so much going on at Trinity Community, including our campus expansion,” Jeremy said. “It is a very exciting time to be here, and I am happy for the opportunity to take a more active role in what is happening around the community and furthering the mission and vision of United Church Homes.”

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