Generations at Oakton has a great staff. When you visit or tour Generations at Oakton, you will have the opportunity to meet members of our leadership and management team. Please make a point to stop in and introduce yourself while you are visiting our community. Our staff loves to meet the families and friends of our residents and guests.
ADMINISTRATOR, OAKTON PAVILLION
As Administrator, Suddy has had prior experience having been Generations at Regency’s administrator from 2019 to 2022. She began her 10-year career in long term care as a volunteer in the activity department. Shortly after, she started working as a receptionist. After observing and admiring how the facility took care of their residents, Suddy knew that health care was where she wanted to work.
Once she graduated from Amundsen High School, Suddy immediately began to excel in her professional career. She worked in the business office where she assisted in Human Resources and finances. Her talents did not go unnoticed as she was offered the role of Business Office Manager. In this role, she managed departments like Admissions and Human Resources. Most recently, Suddy has worked in the capacity of Generations at Regency’s Assistant Administrator for the past 5 years and just obtained another achievement by obtaining her Nursing Home Administrator license. Most recently, she was the Administrator at Generations at Regency, and now has taken on the role to serves as the Administrator
of Generations at Oakton Pavillion.
She chose working in health care because, “I get to help people and positively make a difference in their lives. I am a very family-oriented person and I get to practice that every day.”
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, OAKTON ARMS
Starting out in home health, Maria Crocilla has been in healthcare since she was 18 years old. Her career has afforded a wealth of experience in multiple roles including Social Services Discharge Planner and Department Manager, Admissions Director and Supportive Living Program Director.
Maria went into healthcare many years ago to change the way society thinks about placing their loved ones into a long-term community. She enjoys assisting prospective families in the process of picking a facility, encouraging them to always involve the resident in making the right decision for their loved one.
As Oakton Arms’ Executive Director, Maria’s personal motto is: “I want to make sure that our residents live an engaging and rewarding life in our community. We are here to serve your family member and make their needs and wants known. We want to make them happy in living a rewarding life.”