CMS Star Rating
Good Shepherd Village at Endwell: 4
Good Shepherd Fairview Home: 4
Chase Memorial Nursing Home: 2
GSVE Visitation Plan
GSVE Fact Sheet
GSVE ALR Safety Plan
GSVE SNF Safety Plan
GSFH Fact Sheet
GSFH SNF Safety Plan
GSFH Safety Plan Addendum
GSFH ACF Safety Plan
GSFH Visitation Plan
Chase Safety Plan
Chase Safety Plan Addendum
GSV Pandemic Plan
GSFH Pandemic Plan
Chase Memorial Pandemic Plan
Good Shepherd Fairview Home
Good Shepherd Village at Endwell
Chase Memorial Nursing Home & Rehab
2021 Committee Structure
Jan 8, 2021
Resident & Family Update 8.4.22
August 8, 2022
Staff Update 8.4.22
August 8, 2022
Staff Update 7.28.22
July 28, 2022
Resident & Family Update 7.28.22
July 28, 2022
Resident & Family Update 7.21.22
July 21, 2022
Robert N. Keller Jr. has 45+ years of service in the local Banking Industry with a comprehensive knowledge of multiple areas of financial institutions. He is currently Vice President/Senior Project Manager of NBT Bank in Norwich, New York, where he has worked for 13+ years.
Prior to joining NBT, Bob served as Vice President and supervised the Deposit and Loan Operations at BSB Bank and Trust. Before BSB Bank and Trust, Bob held many positions including Auditor, Comptroller, Chief Accounting Officer and Chief Financial Officer at Visions Federal Credit Union.
Bob earned his Associate of Science Degree from SUNY Broome and his Bachelor of Science Degree from Binghamton University. He has obtained his Certified Credit Union Executive designation and completed the Stonier Graduate School of Banking program at Georgetown University.
Bob has previously served on the Board of Directors of various organizations; Norwich Kiwanis, Chenango County Bankers Association, First Night Binghamton, Southern Tier Celebrates and Broome/Tioga County Literacy Volunteers. He was also on the Supervisory Committee for Empire Corporate Federal Credit Union.
Mr. Keller lives in Johnson City with his wife Jill. They have two grown daughters and four grandchildren.
Linda Parke serves as GSC Corporate Director of Human Resources. She is responsible for providing overall direction and guidance to the HR Department. Linda rejoined Good Shepherd in 2015, and was with Good Shepherd Village at Endwell from 2009-2010. She has over 18 years of human resources experience with a specialization in talent management including workforce planning, recruiting, training, performance management, employee development, and employee engagement. She also has significant experience managing employee relations, benefits, compensation, and compliance issues. Linda is very passionate about human resources. Linda loves the variety and the challenges that human resources offers as there are so many different facets of human resources, which makes every day different.
During her tenure with Good Shepherd, Linda has developed, participated, and implemented various projects including HR compliance audits, handbook development, training, recruiting, and compensation design. She is actively working with Chase on aligning their HR policies and procedures with Good Shepherd’s.
Linda has a BS in Human Resources Management from SUNY Empire State and she also has received her accreditation from the Society of Human Resources as a certified professional (SHRM-CP). She is a certified Professional in Human Resources (PHR) through the HR Certification Institution. Linda is a member of the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM).