Even as a Candy Striper volunteer in a healthcare facility, Linda always knew her purpose in life was to become a nurse.
She aims to help people live happy, healthy and meaningful lives at any age. But when it comes to the older population, she seeks to provide an environment in which they can continue to thrive while aging in a place with grace and dignity.
Linda’s biggest asset is the value she holds in family and mentions that, “The gift of Family does not always have to be by blood.” When faced with the difficult decision to move a loved one from their home, she ensures that the residents and their families have the peace of mind in knowing that they are all becoming part of our Chelsea Toms River family.
When not at work Linda loves spending time with her husband Frank, their children and grandchildren. Spending a good day at the beach and shopping are great hobbies she enjoys. Linda also likes to up-cycle and repurpose items she has found in her travels, an experience she now shares with her loved ones in the memory of her mom.