Luke Schubert has been named the President/CEO of Felician Village according to Michael Etheridge, Chairperson, Felician Village Board of Directors. Schubert is scheduled to begin his duties on the senior living campus on September 5. He will be replacing Frank Soltys who has been serving as the President/CEO. Soltys, who has been at Felician Village since 2013, was announced as the Senior Vice President, Senior Living and Healthcare for Felician Services, Inc., earlier this year. Soltys will be assisting with the transition in leadership to Schubert.

Schubert is looking forward to his new role at Felician Village and becoming active in the Manitowoc/Two Rivers community. According to Schubert, “Serving this great mission as the President/CEO of Felician Village will be an honor. I have been increasingly impressed with Felician Village in each opportunity to get to know the organization and the people associated with it during the interview process. I couldn’t be more excited to join my skills and experience with such a talented group of people in serving this historic organization.”

Etheridge explained, “One of the factors that led us to select Mr. Schubert was his extensive experience in senior living communities similar to Felician Village. Our board is confident that Mr. Schubert will be able to quickly apply strategic leadership to our organization.” Schubert has over 15 years of experience in long-term care and senior living. He will report to the local board of directors.

Before accepting the position at Felician Village, Schubert has been serving as the Regional Director of Operations for Rennes Group, providing senior living locations throughout Northeast Wisconsin. There he had primary responsibility for the strategic leadership and fiscal management of the company’s 601-bed skilled nursing portfolio, inpatient and outpatient therapy options, and campus marketing plans.

Schubert was also the Campus Administrator for the Brown County Community Treatment Center. He oversaw a skilled nursing facility, inpatient psychiatric hospital, and CBRF facility. Before that he served in leadership positions at Brookview Meadows Senior Living, Green Bay; Upland Hills Health, Dodgeville; and Golden Living Center in Muscoda

Schubert is an alum of the University of Wisconsin – Eau Claire, completing his Bachelor’s Degree in Health Care Administration with an Emphasis in Long-term care. He is currently enrolled in the Masters of Business Administration Program at Rasmussen University. Schubert and his wife Annie both grew up in Wisconsin and have raised their two children, Liam and Rory, in Green Bay, where they currently reside today.

About Felician Village

Felician Village, a continuing care campus, has been providing housing and services for seniors through rehabilitation, independent living, assisted living and long-term care for more than 135 years. Felician Village is a Catholic organization that welcomes people from all faiths.