We are pleased to announce two new board members, Esther Keyser and Shannon Sensenig. Board president Jess Musser states, “Not only do they have deep commitment to the local community and philanthropy, they bring a wealth of financial and healthcare experience and expertise to our board which will help continue United Zion’s mission of compassionate care for seniors.”

Keyser is the Lititz Branch Manager and Commercial Lender for Jonestown Bank & Trust Co, where she focuses on customer service and finding customized financial solutions for each client. Her customers value her integrity, honesty and deep financial knowledge. Dedicated to serving the local community, she currently is a member of the Lititz Rotary Club, Lititz Lions Club and Lititz Rec Child Care Services Committee and had previously served on the board of Rainbows End Youth Services. She attended from Messiah College and Manheim Central High School. She became familiar with United Zion at a young age due to her grandmother residing here. Keyes states that “United Zion’s philosophy and mission aligns with my spiritual and lifestyle values, with its focus on understanding the importance of each individual and to honor them by providing great wellness care, treating each with dignity, and creating an environment for building community. I am so honored to serve of the board of this longstanding organization.”

Sensenig has a strong background in healthcare that is deeply rooted in his Christian faith.  He is a Registered Nurse serving as the Clinical Transplant Coordinator for the Gift of Life Donor Program. He also spent 8 years as a US Navy Hospital Corpsman.  He is an active member in the Ephrata United Zion Church helping with their audio visual and social media support. You also may find him volunteering for various activities for the Terre Hill Days committee. He is a graduate of Brandywine School of Nursing, Immaculata University and Garden Spot High School. Sensenig states “I look forward to bringing my experience to the board and serving together to cultivate United Zion as a growing community. I pray that I can make meaningful relationships with the board members, leadership, staff, and residents.”

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