The Community Family is an independent, non-profit organization governed by a volunterr Board of Directors comprised of community leaders, health care professionals, business leaders, social service providers and consumers of our services. The Board of Directors is deeply invested in the organization, offering strong support and guidance.
- Joe Keohane –President
- Jennifer Santerre, CPA – Treasurer
- Douglas Lloyd – Clerk
- Scott Carman, JD
- Diane Farraher-Smith
- Judy Lonergan
- Sherri McCormack
- Gerald Sohn
- Stephen J. Spano, JD, MBA
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Anne M. Marchetta, MSW - Executive Director
For more than two decades Anne has provided leadership to The Community Family. Prior to joining TCF Anne was Executive Director of another adult day health organization. She is Treasurer of the Massachusetts Adult Day Services Association and on the Board of a residential community for seniors in Weymouth. Ms. Marchetta oversaw the construction of the Everett center and the capital campaign raising support for this beautiful modern center.
Marion Dunn, RN - Program Director, Everett Center
Marion has worked at TCF for 20 years leading our very successful Everett center. She helped oversee the smooth transition of the Everett program to our modern Wyllis Ave. location. Marion has an in-depth knowledge of the healthcare system including geriatric, rehab and community based services. Her previous experience includes as an OR nurse at Lawrence Memorial Hospital.
Dianne Aurilio-Luther, RN
Program Director, Medford Center
Dianne joined the Medford center in March 2022. She had 10 years of adult day health experience as a nurse and service coordinator. Dianne brings strong geriatric community health experience.
She was a public health nurse in Burlington and a nurse advocate for the Reading Senior Center. Dianne brings her love of geriatrics and her Alzheimer’s expertise to the Medford center.
Ashley Cimino - Program Director/Service
Coordinator, Dutton Center In Wakefield
Ashley joined TCF in May of 2019 as Service Coordinator of the Dutton center and became Program Director in 2021. Ashley brings strong elder services experience from her previous positions at Merrimack Valley Elder Services and at another adult day health program. Ashley brings both elder care and mental health expertise to her position at TCF.
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“Community Family made tolerable the unbearable tragedy of Alzheimer’s. Your contribution to the community is critical, but your spirits and upbeat attitude are even more amazing. We will never forget you; your example is living proof of a living love.”
“To bring Mom in and watch you greet her with such open, loving arms, then graciously lead her into the ‘club,’ was awe inspiring. You do your jobs with such devotion, love and creativity!”
“The center was nothing less than extraordinary. You are all thoughtful, compassionate people. You treated my husband with dignity and respect and allowed him to maintain a level of normalcy, which would not have been possible without the daily care you provided him. Your compassion extended to me as well, giving me peace of mind for a few hours daily knowing that he was receiving excellent care.”
“In life, there are many unpleasant things to endure. Luckily, for the people faced with these problems, there are often family members to help them through. Other times, help comes from another form of “family.” The Community Family staff is, without a doubt, there to help and forever remains an extension of our [own] family. As a community, we should appreciate a program that truly is perfectly named, for the staff at The Community Family are extraordinary extensions of so many families.”
“You all treated Nana with such love and care, I never had to worry when she went to the ‘club.’ It takes strong, loving, caring and empathetic people to do what you do. Thank you all so much for your support over the years. You made my Nana smile, which means more to me than you know.”
“My family and I cannot thank you enough for the time, patience and understanding you’ve shown to our family and our mother. All of you have helped to preserve our mother’s pride and dignity while she dealt with such a devastating disease.”