Our Team at Meadowlark Senior Living in Lebanon, Oregon

Our Team

We have a great team at Meadowlark Senior Living. Stop by anytime so we can sonnect in person. We would love to meet you.

Julius Osorio of Meadowlark Senior Living in Lebanon, Oregon

Lisa Greer, Administrator


Lisa is a mother to three grown children and a grandmother to four wonderful grandchildren. She enjoys spending time with her life partner, Bob. Lisa has worked in senior living since 1996. She began her career working with children in early childhood education. Lisa is experienced in almost every position within assisted Living. This has given her a great understanding of residents and their families. She loves helping residents and their families navigate this stage of life. Developing a trusting relationship where residents and families feel safe and cared for all within a community that residents are proud to call home. This is most important to Lisa.

Angelina Chasman of Meadowlark Senior Living in Lebanon, Oregon

Erin Kunigisky, Community Relations Director


Erin began working as the Community Relations Director for Meadowlark, in June 2019. She has spent the last 18 years as a Licensed Practical Nurse. She juggles her roles as a mother, dog lover and advocate for women’s education, along with her passion for our community and residents.  She was raised as an “Army brat” and enjoys connecting with Veteran’s.  Erin enjoys reading first person historical accounts and cooking.

Her favorite quote is the following:

“She made broken look beautiful and strong look invincible.
She walked with the Universe on her shoulders and made it
look like a pair of wings.” ― 
Ariana Dancu

Samantha Fauvor - Assistant Administrator 


Samantha began as a caregiver here at Meadowlark and has worked in assisted living communities since 2012. She is a mother and loves to spend my time with her family. Samantha also loves spending time outdoors and traveling any chance that she gets to visit new places.

Wendy Barrera of Meadowlark Senior Living in Lebanon, Oregon

Elizabeth "Liz" McKechnie, Life Enrichment Coordinator


Liz began working for Meadowlark in October of 2018. She started as a caregiver trainee but quickly discovered how much she enjoyed working with the residents in the concierge position. Since 2014, Liz has been a stay at home mother, artist, Oregon Women’s’ Conference Coordinator - Event Designer and Youth camp Archery Instructor. Liz has always had a passion for loving and serving people and is delighted to be a part of the Meadowlark Family.

Personal Moto: “Be the person who cares. Be the person who makes the effort, the person who loves without hesitation. Be the person who bares it all, the person who never shies away from the depth of their feelings, or the intensity of their hope. Be the person who believes in the softness of the world, in the goodness of other people, in the beauty of being open and untethered and trusting. Be the person who takes a chance, who refuses to hide. Be the person who makes people feel seen, the person who shows up. Be the person who really cares.” -The Minds Journal

Pat Mancilla of Meadowlark Senior Living in Lebanon, Oregon

Holly Lehwald - Dining Services Director 


Holly has been cooking and baking professionally since the 1980s.

She has enjoyed expanding her education through various colleges and universities including Chemeketa Community College, studying nutrition and nursing. Holly also attended Linn Benton Community College for their Culinary Arts & Advanced Baking Program and North Dakota University where she became a Certified Dietary Manager.

Holly's passion has always been working in a kitchen cooking and baking. As a child, she loved coming home after school and climbing up on a chair to help her mom make dinner for the family. Now Holly can come to work every day and do what she enjoys most.

Pricilla Mancilla of Meadowlark Senior Living in Lebanon, Oregon

Laura Price, Concierge


Laura’s first career choice towards senior living began at the age of 15, to become a certified nursing assistant in a skilled senior community which ignited her passion to serve the senior population. She brings to the team professional experience in business administration and behavioral health services. Laura has had the pleasure of raising four children to adulthood and now enjoys the pleasure being the grandmother to six amazing grandchildren.

She has a passion for service to others, spending most of her free time serving on various boards and task force in the tri county area and state agency efforts to improve mental health services to those with unmet needs. To bring balance to life, she enjoys visiting the coast as often as possible. Laura lives her life with the intention to affect positive change for those around her. The quote that has inspired her the most in her life, “We cannot all do great things, but we can do small things with great love"- Mother Teresa