Ventana by Buckner Names Falldine Senior Executive Director

May 7, 2024

DALLAS, TX — Buckner Retirement Services has announced in a press release the hiring of senior living industry veteran John Falldine as the new senior executive director for Ventana by Buckner. As senior executive director of the senior living community, Falldine oversees community operations, regulatory compliance, and resident and associate relations.

“John Falldine is passionate about serving seniors, and I know he will ensure we continue to provide service excellence to Ventana members in everything we do,” said Michael Olmstead, vice president/COO of Buckner Retirement Services. “At Ventana we believe it is our calling to provide our members with the highest quality of care possible.”

Falldine has an extensive résumé as a leader in senior living, most recently serving as executive director of Edgemere, a senior living community in Dallas. He also previously held leadership roles with Greystone Communities, and he served as a senior living operations and marketing consultant for several senior living communities across the country.

“What was appealing about Buckner is the overall culture,” Falldine said. “It’s a mission-driven organization, and that is a comfort for me, knowing that I will be continuing a career of service to others.”

Ventana by Buckner, which was recognized in Best Independent Living Among Senior Living Facilities and Best Short-Term Rehabilitation Care Among Nursing Homes by U.S. News & World Report, features high-rise living with 12-story towers housing independent-living apartment homes. Ventana offers a full continuum of care for senior adults with assisted living, nursing care, memory care and rehabilitation.

Buckner Retirement Services, a nonprofit senior living provider in Texas dedicated to inspiring happiness, promotes an active, healthy Christian lifestyle. BRS is part of faith-based nonprofit Buckner International, which has served children, families, and seniors in Dallas, across Texas, and internationally for 144 years; it currently serves more than 350,000 people each year in Texas and six countries worldwide.

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