Like the rivers that run through the Texas Hill country, EdenHill Communities is moving forward. Progressive amenities, inspiring services, and fresh living arrangements are underway for a future rich with hope.Like the rivers that run through the Texas Hill country, EdenHill Communities is moving forward. Progressive amenities, inspiring services, and fresh living arrangements are underway for a future rich with hope.

Our Board of Directors supports the entire EdenHill Community … ensuring quality and compassion is not just a requirement, but a way of living.
Our dedication to faith, heritage, community, comfort and value is ensured through the distinguished Board of Directors who support EdenHill Communities:

Laurence Dahl, CEO and Executive Director
The Board is a group of outstanding men and women whose vision, passion and leadership turned the dream of a repositioned campus into a groundbreaking master plan that exceeds all expectations. Theirs is also a faith journey that infuses the 100+ year spiritual heritage of EdenHill Communities with unique talents in business, academia, medicine, law, finance and civic engagement.

I am confident that the stewardship of the board of directors and the vision of EdenHill Communities’ staff as a whole have helped shepherd a new way of retirement living into Comal County.

Linda Lange – President

Through decades of volunteering and serving on boards, I have witnessed and experienced how non-profit organizations endeavor to enhance the quality of life for those they serve. EdenHill Communities’ care for those with the mixed blessing of outliving their funds follows Jesus in loving our neighbors as we love ourselves. With the upgrade to the only Continuing Care Retirement Community between Austin and San Antonio, EdenHill took a leap of faith which I wholeheartedly support.

Charles E. Zech – 1st Vice President
Represents several Texas Cities with a wide variety of complex issues that city staff, governmental bodies and appointed representatives face every day.  While he was the City Attorney for the City of New Braunfels, Mr. Zech was promoted to the position of Deputy City Manager giving him a unique perspective into the issues that city employees have to face when interacting with other employees, citizens, and elected and appointed officials.Mr. Zech is a proud veteran of the U.S. Navy and the Gulf War.

Lowell McKanna – 2nd Vice President

Ben Wehman – Treasurer
I am proud to serve as a Board Member to honor my Mother, Rosa Lee Wehman, who was an EdenHill resident for several years prior to death. The compassionate care she received gave me the incentive to join this great organization, share my time, and give back by helping others.

Marcia B. McGlothlin – Secretary
I was honored to be asked join the Board of Directors.

At this point in my life, it’s the right thing to do.

Dr. Warren Albrecht
Growing up in the community – a good place for your New Braunfels, Eden was part of “Oma” to live.  Now, part of my medical practice is caring for residents at Eden.  I think one of the reasons I was asked to be on the Board was to give a physician’s perspective.

Bruce Boyer
Although I was not on the Board when it began to consider the Pinnacle project, as Mayor, I did have occasion to be presented with the plans.  It immediately struck me as a landmark addition to New Braunfels, which would be extremely well planned, executed and managed.

Rusty Brockman
Rusty Brockman is the Director of Economic Development at The Greater New Braunfels Chamber of Commerce, where he has served for 14 years. Rusty retired from public education in 2001 after 28 years; 15 of those were with the Comal ISD as campus assistant principal, principal and central office administrator.  He spent the first 13 years of his career teaching life sciences, health, and physical education and coaching. Rusty is actively involved in continuing the development of higher education, workforce training and business development opportunities in New Braunfels and Comal County, Texas.

Scott Martin
I feel honored and blessed to be on the Board of Directors, especially because of its historical connection to the United Church of Christ. I’ve been pastor of Faith U.C.C. in New Braunfels for 13 years and many of my members are residents of EdenHill Communities.

Cindy Williams
I am so honored to be part of the “Hill Adventure” that is unfolding at EdenHill. The “former” Eden Home has been a part of our lives for 25 years. The development of The Pinnacle is truly a welcome addition to our community and being a faith-based organization allows the love of Christ to be shared in every area of care and keeps Him at the core. What could be more exciting!

SuzAnne Cole
I am pleased to have been asked to become a member of the EdenHill Board of Directors. Since we moved permanently to New Braunfels fourteen years ago, I have concentrated my volunteer efforts on the library, serving six years on the library advisory board, three of them as its president. I am now serving on the library foundation board for my fourth and final year. And I will continue to be a member of the Friends of the Library and work in the bookstore. But I am looking forward to new challenges at EdenHill, all the more so as my husband and I are now on the waiting list to become part of the EdenHill community ourselves.

Kellie Stallings
I have been in awe of EdenHill’s services since my husband and I first arrived in New Braunfels in 1988. My father-in-law also benefited from the care received through Eden Heights until his death several years ago, and we were touched by the empathy and support we received from EdenHill staff during that time. I am especially excited about the expansion of the continuum of care offered through EdenHill, particularly for active seniors and for individuals and families who are coping with diseases that impact memory. While senior care is new to me professionally, I believe my background in the non-profit field will provide support and a fresh perspective as the organization plans a strong path into the future.