Our team at Regency Park

Our Team

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Roger Greene, Business Office Manager

Roger joined our BPM family as a Maintenance Assistant at Regency Park in February 2014 and was promoted to Building Services Director in February 2016.  In May of 2017 he embraced a new role as our Business Office Manager.  He brings to our community over 19 years of valuable experience in the management and maintenance of large multifamily apartment complexes. Roger has proven to be exceptionally passionate about working with our senior population, and takes the greatest degree of care, pride and pleasure in assisting them with their needs, no matter how trivial. He has a deep affection for each of our residents, and can often be heard laughing and joking with them in the hallways, or quietly talking to them about their diversely unique life stories – “I find it especially rewarding and interesting learning about their incredible lives, and as I watch them relay their stories I see the youthful light reawakened in their eyes. Those are the moments that truly feed my soul.”

In his off time, Roger enjoys spending time with his wife, Cheryl, their dog Leo, and (fat) cat Joey. He and Cheryl enjoy vacationing in their motor home, trying to play golf, home brewing, and to immerse himself in the pages of his favorite author’s latest novel (Wilbur Smith).

Laura Andres, Community Outreach Director

Laura serves Regency Park as our Community Outreach Director. Laura graduated from George Fox University with her master’s in business administration. Before finding her place in administration, Laura worked as a caregiver. This helped her realize she truly enjoyed working with the senior community. Laura comes to work each day with a smile on her face ready to serve families and their loved ones. She understands that transitioning to care away from the home can be difficult, and supports families in finding the best solutions.

Aside from work, Laura enjoys reading and spending time with her family.

Amanda Sanchez, Memory Care Administrator

Amanda was born and raised in Hanford, California. She became a Certified Nursing Assistant in 2009 and began her caregiving career in the nursing and rehabilitation center/skilled nursing setting. In 2012 she moved to Oregon to help care for her grandfather who was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s Disease. From that experience she sought out and was hired into an assisted living community where she took on a variety of positions including Caregiver, Medication Technician, Staff Trainer and Activities Director in Memory Care. Ultimately she gained the knowledge and experience needed to join the Regency Park team as our Health Services Director, and in 2018 she transitioned into the role of Memory Care Administrator.

In her free time she enjoys playing board games, traveling (Seattle is a favorite destination!) and playing with her two boys Wyatt and Cannon.

Linda Grishow, Illuminations Coordinator

Linda has been passionate about the aging population since she was a young girl.  She loved spending time with her grandparents and hearing their lifetime of stories and memories.

She joined Regency Park in 2008 as a caregiver and began the community’s transitional activity-based Illuminations program in 2010. Linda recognized the unique needs for residents in the beginning stages of memory loss and is the founding Illuminations coordinator, which has since expanded to other BPM Senior Living communities.

Her love of music is appreciated by many of the residents and is an added dimension to the community. Her childhood passion continues to be expressed with her caring and compassionate attitude. She is skilled at supporting residents and their loved ones as they experience the pathway of memory loss.  

Linda moved to the Portland area in 1960 and loves all the outdoor activities available in the state of Oregon. Her hobbies include playing music, dancing, gardening, and supporting the Portland Timbers. She is the mother of three sons and a daughter and adores spending time with her two grandchildren.

Silvia Iancu, Health Services Director

Silvia has worked with older adults since 1998. She began working as a caregiver and then opened her own adult foster care home business. Later she managed two other adult care homes, which she did for almost a decade. Her desire to learn more about the elderly population led her to finish her bachelor degree in public health and health science from Portland State University.

In 2014 Silvia joined BPM Regency Park and since that time has served for a time as both the Memory Care Administrator and Health Services Director. Currently she is overseeing care services for our assisted living residents and their families.

She is passionate about three things in her domain of work: building a great team to serve residents with compassion, skill, and dignity; serving family members of residents with deep respect and great communication; and providing a beautiful, meaningful, and joyful life for her residents.

In her free time she likes spending time with her two teenage daughters, Melanie and Natalie, who bring her much joy and happiness. She also enjoys hiking, swimming, and traveling.

Caroline Goulet, Personal Preferences Coordinator

While Caroline’s first introduction to working with the senior population as a dietary aide in a senior living community, she knew it would never be her last. Her hobby in Interior Design blossomed and she pursued a degree and graduated with Bachelors of Arts from Heritage School of Design in Portland, Oregon.

It was from her design business she would continue her work with seniors, assisting them in transitioning from home into senior living communities. She is still able to highlight her skills serving as our Personal Preferences Coordinator, celebrating special occasions, birthdays, and the on-boarding of new residents and their families. Caroline believes that moments spent with the residents of Regency Park makes a huge difference in their lives, having lost a sister to ovarian cancer. She shares a great awareness of compassion and the needs of seniors. Caroline is a California native and loves spending time at the beach, reading, design, and travel.

Levi Crawford, Building Services Director

Born in Washington, Levi is a Pacific Northwest native. He grew up in many places in the Washington countryside, and four years ago crossed the river to city of Portland to marry his wife. In his professional life, he is drawn to jobs where he can help others and work with his hands. He has worked in construction contracting, he is certified in plumbing from Home Depot, and was promoted from Assistant Director to Director of Building Services at Regency Park. A lover of history, Levi enjoys coming to work in an environment where he can converse with, form friendships with, laugh with, and learn about life from those older than him.

In his personal life, Levi enjoys romping around the Pacific Northwest in his Jeep Wrangler, going mudding and off-roading. He has two rescue dogs and loves to jump in his Jeep with his family and go on road trips and be outdoors whenever he can. Levi also enjoys volunteering with a local non-profit for adults with developmental disabilities. Keep your eye out for Levi working all around Regency Park, as he is always ready to meet someone new with a warm handshake.

Bob Robuck, Community Relations Director

Bob comes to Regency Park having spent most of his life advocating for others. He first worked as an on-air TV advocacy reporter and anchor in Austin, Texas and later in Seattle--where he investigated scheming operations that targeted older adults. Bob has been a long-term care marketer and administrator in several communities in the Portland area and was even a long-term care ombudsman in Southwest Washington, advocating for the protection of residents in long-term care facilities. He feels it is his duty to serve older adults any way he can.

Bob holds a Master of Science degree in Gerontology and Management of Aging Services from the University of Massachusetts Boston and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communications from Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas. He is active in volunteering and fundraising efforts for the Alzheimer's Association and is an outspoken supporter of cultural competency in long-term care residential settings--having written a policy white paper on the subject.

Bob lives in Portland with his spouse and two dogs, a Golden Retriever named Rusty and a Black Lab named Zoey.