Meet Our Team
Marian Hall Home employs 48 full- and part-time personnel. Our employee turnover rate has been very low, evidence of the bond that staff members feel with the mission of Marian Hall and its residents. Our Administrator and Assistant Administrators guide our staff members in serving the needs of residents. Although personal care facilities are not required to have nurses on staff, Marian Hall has five full-time and four part-time nurses for the benefit of our residents. Our nurses and nursing aides assist residents with many day-to-day activities, and our activities coordinators organize a wide variety of enriching and entertaining events and activities. A physician is available on-site one day per week, and residents also are encouraged to stay in touch with their personal doctors for medical advice. Excellent pharmaceutical support also is available locally to meet our residents' needs.
SISTER MARIAN SGRICCIA, RN ADMINISTRATOR
A native of Clymer, Pa., Sister Marian joined the School Sisters of St. Francis in 1966. After spending her early career in childcare and education, including 10 years as an elementary school principal, Sister Marian attended nursing school and received her RN degree. She has been administrator at Marian Hall Home since 2000. In addition to her administrative duties, Sister Marian also conducts a weekly book club for residents.
A graduate of St. Mary-of-the-Woods College with a bachelor's degree in education, Kate joined our team as Activities Director in 2001 and has been Assistant Administrator since 2005. Of her experience here, she says, “Everyday I learn more about the resilience of the human spirit. The residents teach me about the peace that comes from aging with grace and dignity. We all must age, but we never have to grow old.”
CINDY MCCULLOUGH, RN
DIRECTOR of resident care
A 1975 graduate of the former Mount Assisi Academy, Cindy began her nursing career in 1979 as an LPN at the former Suburban General Hospital. After receiving her RN degree in 1984, she continued working at the hospital, primarily in the medical/surgical and telemetry units. Her passion and calling to work with the elderly brought her back to her alma mater. In 1992 she began working for the School Sisters of St. Francis caring for the elderly sisters in the infirmary before, in 2006, being appointed director of resident care. Cindy is grateful to be part of a compassionate and dedicated team that carries out its mission “to provide quality care, to respect the dignity of the residents and to enable them to remain as independent as possible in a joyful and safe environment.”