Cheryl Drake, LPN, PCHA
Tabatha Linsenbigler, LPN, PCHA
Memory Care Administrator
Prior to fulfilling a career in nursing, Tabatha worked in a hospital setting working as a technical partner for many years. This is where she obtained hands on skills and techniques for caring for other people and became passionate about the health care industry. While working in a hospital setting she obtained her associates degree in anesthesia. In 2012 Tabatha successfully completed LPN school and began to work in a personal care home caring for the needs of elderly residents. After caring for elderly residents Tabatha found a sense of gratitude working in hospice care for 4 years designed to give supportive care to people in the final phase of a terminal illness focusing on comfort and quality of life. In July of 2018 Tabatha joined the Neighborhoods of Walden’s View overseeing the care of 40 residents and staff as the director of nursing.
Joanie Adams, LPN
Senior Solutions Specialist
With over 15 years’ experience in helping families find solutions my number one concern is always our potential residents well-being. Transitioning to personal care can be a challenging time for families and residents, but it doesn’t have to be. My goal is to help each of our residents and families find a solution to live a rich and rewarding life that is meaningful at every level It is my honor to help you through this process and show you how positive and rewarding this next chapter of your loved ones life can be.
Julie has been at Walden’s View as the Social and Events Director since 2018. Her prior work experience includes managing a 5 classroom preschool (yes, 150 three-to-five year olds everyday), being an account manager for Coca-Cola, and serving as a Nutrition Supervisor at a local hospital. She has taught Jazzercise for over 23 years and loves teaching new people. Julie grew up just 1 mile away from Walden’s View and enjoys exercising and running, having completed over 20 half marathons and 2 Triathlons. Julie prides herself on being a “people person” and loves spending her days with our residents. Julie also accompanies our residents on off-site excursions, making them smile and making sure everyone is having fun. She is a mother of five children and a grandmother of one.
Director of Dining Experience
A 1993 graduate of the Pennsylvania Institute of Culinary Art, Craig went on to do an internship at Nemacolin Resort & Spa where he also served as Chef-de-Parte. In 1998, Craig took an Executive Banquet Chef position at Chestnut Ridge Resort. In 2000, he became the Executive Chef at the Gateway Clipper Fleet in Pittsburgh, where he served until 2002. Since then, he has worked as a chef at Magee Women’s Hospital and Ba—– Memorial Hospital, and more recently as a personal chef for a retired couple residing outside of Pittsburgh. Craig has received numerous accolades throughout his distinguished carrer, culminating by being selected the Gov. of Pennsylvania Personal Chef in 2002. Craig is most excited to draw on his culinary background to bring joy and flavor to the lives of the residents at Walden’s View.
Business Office Manager
Prior to my position as the Business Office Manager at Walden’s View of North Huntingdon, I have held a lot of work hats! I began, as most teenagers do, as a fast food worker. Moving onto waitressing, and then into the healthcare field. I was a Nurses Aide at a skilled facility for 3 years, prior to moving to Houston, Texas, in my 20’s, I was employed in the apartment industry, starting as a leasing agent and making my way up to managing a complex. I returned to PA, after marrying and have 2 wonderful children. Once back in PA, I was “just a mom” for a few years, before getting back into the workforce. I headed right back into health care, going into dietary and laundry! Now, several years and a few personal care homes later, I am here working with wonderful co-workers and residents. This is where my heart belongs. I love intermingling with everyone, and putting a smile on their face, which they do for me in return! And, to add a great highlight, I became a first time grandmother in 2019!/p>