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Raintree Square Names New Administrator


Raintree Square, a non-profit retirement apartment community in New Castle, recently named a new administrator. Ronda Crisp joins the team with 25 years of experience in professional settings focused on helping others. Her employment experiences include working as a family advocate, prenatal care coordinator, hospital discharge planner, and as a social worker with Henry Community Health.


Ronda is a Henry County native, raised in the country near Mooreland. She graduated from Blue River Valley Junior/Senior High School and went on to earn a bachelor's degree in social work from Ball State University. She and her husband, Doug, have been married for 30 years and have three children.


Ronda begins her term at Raintree this month and looks forward to serving residents and helping connect area retirees with convenient housing in a friendly setting.


“I am super excited to become part of the Raintree family. I am looking forward to getting to know the wonderful residents that call Raintree home and the excellent staff that make it such a great place to live,” she shared. “I hope to bring a lot of joy, and to enhance the lively, warm and welcoming atmosphere that already exists. I feel so very humbled and blessed to be given the opportunity to serve in my new role as Administrator.”


Raintree Square is owned by Raintree Friends Housing, Inc., a Christian-based, not-for-profit organization. The board of directors includes representatives from New Castle First Friends, Spiceland Friends, Mooreland Friends, and Knightstown Friends Churches. Raintree Friends Housing’s primary purpose is to serve older adults in the area with quality, affordable housing.


For more information about Raintree Square, call (765) 521-3491.

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