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An Experienced and Dedicated Staff

Brian Gibboney
Executive Director

Brian and his wife Deborah live in Beavercreek and have 3 boys. Cory 26, Owen 16 and Drew 11. All three boys have either graduated or currently attend Dayton Christian Schools. All the boys are involved in extracurricular activities such as band, worship team and various sports.

Deborah has worked in the senior care business since she graduated from high school and most recently operated her own Assisted Living facility in Dayton’s South Park Historic District. Deborah currently holds the position of Worship Leader at Oak Creek Worship Center where she has served her church for over 20 years.

Brian Gibboney was born and raised in the Dayton area. Graduating from Beavercreek High and then moving on to do undergraduate work at Wright State University, then returning to school to earn his MBA in 2005. Brian began in Senior Care in 2001 where he operated a small 50 bed facility in Dayton’s South Park Historic District. In 2002 Brian began with an organization that gave him the opportunity to learn about serving senior in all levels of care, such as Independent Living, Assisted Living, Long Term Care and Post-Acute Care. After 10 years with Mariner Management, Brian had the opportunity to serve as Chief Operating Officer for The Christian Benevolent Association located in Cincinnati, Ohio. CBA owns and operated 3 senior communities in the Cincinnati area and serves over 600 seniors. Brian served as COO for CBA for 5 years, during which time Brian and his team were able to bring financial stability to the communities and parent company through strong financial stewardship and a number of growth strategies.

Brian is extremely excited to be a part of Friendship Village and looks forward to many years leading and helping to grow this great community.

George Miu

George has served the senior community his entire career. George completed his undergraduate work at Anderson University where he received a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Religion and Sociology. He went straight into his Master’s program at Ashland Theological Seminary where he graduated with his Masters of Arts Degree in Pastoral Counseling. During this Master’s program, George completed an internship at a facility where he enjoyed and found his passion for taking care of individuals in a transitional care facility. George initially became a LSW and worked as a Social Worker for 5 years prior to becoming an administrator in 1999. George has served seniors in both Ohio and Indiana during his time as an administrator.

George is married to Teresa and they have three children – Nathan, Sarah, and Megan. Teresa is a dietitian and has worked in nursing facilities her entire career as well.

George feels privileged to be a member of the Friendship Village family and looks forward to making a positive difference in the lives of the individuals we serve

fv-michaelgoinMichael Goin
Food Service General Manager\Chef

Michael is a graduate of Wright State University with a Bachelors degree in Political Science. Michael has over 30 years in the food service business, 20 years as Executive Chef and 10 years as General Manager. Prior to coming to Friendship Village, Michael worked for the ARAMARK Corporation as Chef\ General Manager at the Florida Aquarium and the Dayton Convention Center. While working for ARAMARK, Michael was able to cook for many large scale high profile events such as The Detroit Auto Show in Detroit Michigan, The Beerman Family Thanksgiving Day Dinner in Dayton and cooking for President George Bush Jr. at the Cincinnati Convention Center.

When retreating home, Michael resides in West Carrolton with his wife Robin, two sons Jeff and Bill, and two dogs Hudy and Panda.

david_snowdonDave Snowdon

Chaplain Dave Snowdon has served Friendship Village for almost 5 years as our full-time Chaplain; a ministry feature that is unique to Friendship Village. His background of nearly 30 years of combined Pastoral and United States Navy Chaplain experiences brings a wide variety of ministry and understanding to our multi-faith community. A veteran of Viet Nam and Operation Iraqi Freedom, Chaplain Snowdon is very active in the support of our troops with the Warrior Transition Program for returning service members. His military experiences, makes him a valuable asset to the many WW II and Korean veterans who call Friendship Village home.

Chaplain Snowdon conducts weekly Sunday Protestant services and Bible studies at each level of care within Friendship Village. He coordinates weekly on-campus Catholic services provided by Precious Blood, and Sunday morning transportation to several of the local churches. In addition to his campus pastoral duties and hospital visitation, Chaplain Snowdon also provides support to the nearly 225 employees. He is a strong advocate for the residents and their families, giving much appreciated strength, support and counsel with senior adult concerns. Chaplain Snowdon’s ministry demonstrates Friendship Village’s commitment to provide for the spiritual care of their residents.

bill_shieldsret1Bill Shields
Environmental Services Director

Bill is the Environmental Services Director and is a life long resident of the Dayton area. Growing up in a family of 9 kids Bill began his career at a young age working in the family owned business. Bill worked full time in maintenance management and construction, still leaving time to serve his community as a Fire Fighter Captain for 22 years and member of the Optimist Club. Bill has received several State Certifications including Full Time Fire Fighter, Public Safety Instructor, Fire Inspector, Emergency Medical Technician and Property Inspector. One of Bill’s greatest accomplishments is his kids Josh and Lindsey who are finishing college in the medical field to begin their career as caregivers.

When not at the Village Bill enjoys getting together with old friends to talk shop.