Stanley Noffsinger retires from leadership of Timbercrest, Christine Huiras begins as executive director

From a Timbercrest release

Stanley Noffsinger retired from the position of chief executive officer of Timbercrest Senior Living Communities in North Manchester, Ind., on May 31. He began work at Timbercrest in February 2019 as a “long-term interim” executive with a charge to help the community prepare for the next generation of residents.

Timbercrest Senior Living Community is pleased to announce that Christine Huiras assumed the position of executive director on June 1.

Noffsinger’s servant leadership enabled the management team to work together to navigate the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic, a major flooding incident, and accomplish other facility developments. Together, he and the management team placed the health and wellbeing of the residents as their primary objective.

Together with the board of directors, Timbercrest launched a new strategic plan with a bold vision of “Sustaining a vibrant community that values a culture of dignity and compassion.” The board thanks Noffsinger for his experience in executive leadership and crisis management.

Previously, Noffsinger served as general secretary of the Church of the Brethren for nearly 13 years, ending in mid-2016, followed by a term of service working for the World Council of Churches in Geneva, Switzerland.

Christine Huiras has nearly 30 years of experience with Timbercrest, beginning as the secretary/receptionist in 1994. While working for Timbercrest, she earned her bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from Huntington University in 2011 with honors, then went on to fill the positions of Financial Service director, managing director, chief financial officer, and chief operating officer.


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