Garden Spot Communities names chief financial officer

NEW HOLLAND – Nathaniel Weber was named chief financial officer of Garden Spot Communities in June.

Weber served as controller at Garden Spot for eight years before stepping into the executive role. Weber graduated from Millersville University in 2004 with a bachelor of science in accounting.

In addition, finance personnel joined Garden Spot Communities while others were promoted.

Debra Bartow

Debra Bartow was named controller for Garden Spot Communities in July. Bartow previously worked for the Borough of Ephrata and Brethren Village. She graduated from Pennsylvania State University in 1987 with a bachelor of science in business administration, professional accountancy.

Heather Mellinger was named Payroll and AP Supervisor in September. She graduated from Consolidated School of Business in 1997 with an associate degree in computerized accounting management. Mellinger served in as an AP/PR Clerk at Garden Spot for more than 12 years before moving into her new role.

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Founded on faith in 1990, Garden Spot Communities is a licensed, non-profit provider of innovative housing and lifestyle services for older adults.

“We will enrich the lives of older adults as an expression or Christ’s love,” said Garden Spot Communities in a statement.

With a commitment to the core values of community, excellence, service, stewardship, innovation and integrity, Garden Spot Communities operates Garden Spot Village, Maple Farm, Garden Spot at Home and ForgeWorks. Garden Spot Communities employs 500 staff members.

Garden Spot Communities is affiliated with LMC, a fellowship of Anabaptist churches, the Atlantic Coast Conference of Mennonite Church USA, Mennonite Health Services and LeadingAge PA.

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