Donna Grove Promoted to National Facilities Manager

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Donna has been with University Village for 27 years.  She has a wealth of knowledge that is invaluable to Homestead America and Homestead U.  As National Facilities Manager, Donna will help oversee all HU assets from a physical standpoint, visiting each market quarterly.   She will continue developing relationships with vendors for national pricing, and will host monthly calls with the maintenance supervisors on a national level to provide them ongoing training and support.  We are so happy to have Donna on our team!

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University Village Maintenance Techs Earn Promotions

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Josh Harris (left) and Thomas Gullett of University Village both recently accepted Maintenance Supervisor positions with Homestead America.

 

University Village Maintenance Techs Josh Harris and Thomas Gullet both recently accepted promotions with Homestead America. Harris accepted the position as Maintenance Supervisor at Winchester Oaks in Columbus. And Gullet was promoted to Maintenance Supervisor at The Village at Appian Way in Gahanna.

Both have been held in high regards as Maintenance Techs at University Village during their time there. Homestead America Regional Manager, Cheryl Davis, said that they are both excited to have their own properties to take care of.

University Village Maintenance Supervisor, Donna Grove, said of Gullett “He is truly a success story for our company – having started out as a painter working for someone else, moving to a maintenance trainee and grounds, becoming a full fledged maintenance tech, and now moving on to his own property.  It shows that with hard work, you really have a lot of potential with Homestead!”

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Donna Grove and her Locks of Love.

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183 (2)University Village Maintenance Manager, Donna Grove, has donated more than 12 inches of her hair to Locks of Love for the 4th time.  This time it was 18 1/2 inches!
Locks of Love is a public non-profit organization that provides hairpieces to financially disadvantaged children in the United States and Canada under age 21 suffering from long-term medical hair loss from any diagnosis.
Donna Said “I have a firm belief that when you give a part of yourself, not only do you grow as a person and soul, it will eventually come back to you in a way you never imagined.  You can give time to a child or lonely elder, money to someone in need when you have it, patience when someone really needs it, a smiley face at the end of an email or note, a quiet ear or shoulder when someone needs to vent, or simply hair that can help make a child with cancer feel less singled out.  And a smile with a nice comment to a stranger goes a long way (especially those strangers that you see every day and just walk past)!”
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