Our staff members are always available to answer your questions, show you around, or to meet with you personally. Feel free to call our CEO, our Director of Nursing, Director of Admissions, the Administrator of the Jewish Home, or the Administrator of the Residence, to discuss your unique needs and circumstances.


Allen J. Geckle

Chief Executive Officer

Allen has served as CEO of the Campus since December 2011. In that capacity, he oversees all operational components of both the skilled nursing facility and the personal care home, along with strategically planning for the organization’s ongoing success. A graduate of Elizabethtown College with a degree in Accounting, Allen has more than 30 years of experience in healthcare-related fields, including hospitals, health insurance, pharmacy and long term care. Prior to being named CEO, Allen served for 11 years as the Campus Chief Financial Officer. When not at work, Allen can be found enjoying time with his wife of 20 years and two daughters. He also enjoys coaching his daughters’ softball teams, taking karate classes, golfing and riding his beloved Harley Davidson.

Kristina Carlevale, MHA, NHA

Administrator – The Jewish Home

Kristina has a passion for long term care that was born when she was a primary caregiver for her grandmother who was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease. She has a bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Penn State University. Kristina was a social worker for mental health and intellectual disability for several years while obtaining her master’s degree in Health Care Administration from Penn State. She worked at four skilled nursing facilities throughout her Administrator-in-Training program and served as an Administrator at a 270 bed facility and, most recently, at a 446 bed facility. Kristina has very high standards when it comes to providing high quality care to the residents whom we serve.

Courtney Bolinsky, MSW,NHA,PCHA

Administrator – The Residence

Courtney has a passion for senior living deep-rooted in helping those who need supports to live as independently as possible. Courtney began serving through volunteer work in nursing homes and became a Certified Nurse Aide before graduating high school. Courtney obtained a Bachelor’s of Social Work from Shippensburg University followed by a Master’s of Social Work from University at Albany. Early in her career her focus was on program development and operation of Early Stage Memory Support programs and Secure Dementia Units in both small and large scale senior living communities. Courtney then felt a calling to transition her leadership role to support senior living from a different perspective obtaining her Nursing Home Administrator’s license as well as Personal Care Home Administrator’s license. Over the past 15 years Courtney has served in these capacities in senior living with emphasis on contributing to the operations of the community as well as growing strong teams to provide high quality care. Evidenced by this strong commitment to Senior Living Courtney was awarded the 2018 PHCA Executive Director of the Year.