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Caring for the community

 

Our team is comprised of highly qualified and experienced individuals who are passionate about providing supportive care in an inspiring environment. They take the time to connect with community members and their families because the better they know the residents, the better equipped they are to monitor and positively affect their health, well being, and safety. From living options and health services to events and dining, if you have questions, they have answers.

Our team

Yardley Sean Feijo, Business Office Director

Sean Feijo, Executive Director

Sean Feijo has worked in senior living for over 12 years and brings a wide range of experience to his position as executive director. He has worked within a variety of environments, from a skilled nursing setting to independent living and assisted living communities. He has also gained experience in a variety of roles. Starting as a dishwasher, he worked his way up to Food Service director, and he also assisted in the Activities department. Sean also worked as certified nursing assistant and receptionist, and it was this experience that led him to his home in the Business Office, where he has served for six years, including time spent as Heartis Yardley’s Business Office director.

Sean combines this variety of knowledge with his passion for helping others to positively impact everyone he encounters at Heartis Yardley. In his free time, Sean enjoys cooking, football, playing the drums, traveling, and spending time with friends and family.

Yardley Brittany Nance, LPN, Resident Care Director

Brittany Nance, LPN, Resident Care Director

Brittany has over 10 years of experience in the healthcare field. Her dedication is evident in her progression over that time, from caregiver to medication tech to becoming a Licensed Practical Nurse and our Resident Care Director here at Heartis Yardley. The compassion and care Brittany has for our residents sets an example for all, and as a care leader, she fosters teamwork and is always ready to assist with any task. Brittany hails from New Jersey and is a Bucks County College graduate. When not at Heartis Yardley, she runs an entrepreneurial beauty business and plans events supporting women. She also loves spending time with family and travelling.

Daily Goal: To be better than yesterday.
Mantra: “I create my own path, and I want it with joy.”

Mark Tyler RCC

Mark Tyler, Resident Care Coordinator

Mark Tyler brings nearly 20 years of health care experience to his role as Resident Care coordinator. He has held several different nursing positions throughout his career and, prior to joining Heartis Yardley, worked as a personal care administrator. He earned a Personal Care Home Administrator Certification from Temple University in 2018 and graduated from Thomas Jefferson University with a bachelor’s degree in health services management in 2020.

Mark’s experience caring for his 95-year-old mother cultivated a deep interest in assisted living services, and he enjoys sharing this passion with families and residents.

Anne Horrigan VLD

Anne Horrigan, Vibrant Life Director

brings to Heartis Yardley a bounty of knowledge and passion for senior care. As Vibrant Life® director, she aims to create relationships, develop connections and support residents. Every day, Anne looks forward to giving residents a fun and vibrant life. She has a master’s degree in counseling psychology and mental health and looks forward to further helping our residents honor their past while engaging and empowering them in the present.

Anne, originally from Boston, relocated to Pennsylvania to be near family, and she loves traveling to California to visit her son and his family. In her free time, Anne loves watching movies, flower gardening, dining out and spending time with her cat.

Margie Stebulis GPD

Margie Stebulis, Generations Program Director

Margie Stebulis is the Generations Program director at Heartis Yardley. She graduated from nursing school in 1980 and began working as a skilled nurse, which ignited her passion for working with residents with dementia. Margie is a certified dementia specialist and enjoys using these skills to work with residents every day.

In her free time, Margie enjoys gardening, cooking and going to the Jersey Shore.

Yardley Matthew Cummins, CDM, Culinary Services Director

Matthew Cummins, CDM, Culinary Services Director

With over 10 years in the culinary field, Matthew brings the expertise and service of a restaurant to the Heartis Yardley community. He is a graduate of the University of Delaware HRIM program and an accredited Certified Dietary Manager. With his experiences as a restaurant manager, head chef, and co-founder of the local Johnson Hall Coffee House, Matthew utilizes his passion for fresh food and caring service to deliver delicious meals daily. Matthew has a special passion for brunch and specializes in crepes with fresh whipped cream, scratch-made compotes, and of course, a la mode. When not serving the residents, he spends time hiking, gardening, and enjoying the outdoors with his family.

Yardley Patrice Y. Martin, Director of Sales & Marketing

Patrice Y. Martin, Director of Sales & Marketing

Patrice draws upon her extensive background in sales and marketing when connecting with future residents, families, and community partners. Having specialized in senior living for the past six years, she is guided by her passion to serve others. Patrice learns the life stories of residents so she can contribute to supporting their needs and interests. Her experience in residential, independent, and assisted living communities enhances her dedication to finding the perfect home to complement and enrich the lifestyle of residents. A native of Bucks County, Patrice returned home after several years of traveling to be near her family, raise her two children, and serve the community she loves. She starts her day with meditation, prayer, and coffee, and also enjoys gardening, riding her bike, and traveling.

Daily Goal: Help someone each day.
Mantra: “Learn something new every day.”

Yardley Matthew Nguyen, Director of Sales & Marketing

Matthew Nguyen, Director of Sales & Marketing

With 10 years of healthcare and senior living experience, Matthew finds it truly rewarding to witness the organic relationships being built with each resident as they, in turn, influence the growth of a tight-knit community. As a result of his resident-centered approach, Matthew thoughtfully connects with prospective residents and their families, values their needs, and offers solutions responsive to those needs. These experiences, coupled with his empathetic nature, allow him to gain a valuable understanding of the challenges residents experience when planning their next step. Matthew’s passion for those he serves helps him paint a tailored and vivid picture of the endless possibilities when moving to Heartis Yardley. Outside of serving the community, Matthew enjoys winding down by spending time with family, traveling, and playing golf.

Daily Goal: Make someone smile.
Mantra: “In a world where you can be anything, be kind.”

Yardley Carlos Ruiz, Director of Facilities

Carlos Ruiz, Director of Facilities

As Director of Facilities for Heartis Yardley, Carlos maintains our high-level facility with his tireless work ethic while also energetically meeting the needs of the residents and team. Carlos was born in Bogota, Colombia, and it’s there that he learned the value of hard work. He held various jobs beginning at age 12, and he was always looking for ways to learn and improve his life. This perseverance also led to his completion of two university degrees. Though Carlos worked hard and continues to do so, he also learned the value of playing hard. His time in Colombia included adventures in hot-air ballooning, hang gliding, and motocross.

Carlos has now lived in Pennsylvania for 19 years, and he is happy to be in America, where he feels anyone can get ahead with hard work. When not ensuring that Heartis Yardley is in tip-top shape, he loves to travel, which he has done extensively. At home in Southampton, he enjoys restoring old items (including his 18th century farmhouse) and spending time with his wife, their many animals, and his grandchildren.

Motto: “Problem? Solution.”