98 Grandview Avenue Danville, Vermont 05828, United States
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Grandview Apartments

A Great Place for Mom and Dad Right in Danville, Vermont.

Who We Are

DANVILLE SENIOR CITIZEN'S HOUSING, INC BOARD MEMBERS

 

Danville Senior Citizen's Housing is managed by a volunteer board of local residents. Current board members are the following:

Thomas Ziobrowski, MD is President of the organization. He recently retired from nearly forty years practicing internal medicine in the area, and has ties to the community going back fifty years. Interests include birding, music, and maintaining his property on a hill in Danville. He began serving on the board about thirty years ago when Harold and Catherine Beattie invited him to an annual meeting.

David Hare is Vice President and Treasurer, with a lot of help from Dawn Pastula for the bookkeeping. David graduated from Danville High School in 1969, obtained a BA from Antioch College and returned to live in Danville in 1993. Personal interests include history, traveling, gardening, soccer (thanks to his wife Gail), and playing percussion instruments. He became involved with the board after Gordon Bess reminded him that his mother (Peggy O'Leary) had been Treasurer, and that meant that he “needed to serve!”

Jenness Ide is a retired registered nurse who has lived with her husband Tim in Danville for many years and is active in the community.

Lynda Farrow has lived in Danville about fifteen years and is interested in maintaining seniors in their independent homes, having previously worked providing home care for seniors.

Gloria Tillotson was a life-long resident of Danville, until recently moving to Peacham. She has a degree in accounting and has had a career working for school districts. Her mother was a long time resident of Danville Senior Citizen's Housing.

Laura Goguen came to Danville forty-five years ago after living in North Dakota and California, and believes this is the best place to live. She previously worked at Tap and Die for over thirty years and lived in a home right next to the Senior apartments, knowing she would eventually move in, which she did nearly ten years ago!

Sharon Daniell has lived in Danville for over sixty years and walks by the Senior Citizen's Housing daily on her way to work as the Assistant Town Clerk/Treasurer for the Town of Danville. Her mother also had been a resident of our apartments.