It all started this way, as family caring for family. Carroll and Donna Moore opened the first CarDon community in Greenwood, Ind., in 1977, with the vision to create a better alternative for area seniors. While nothing fancy or grandiose, it was a place for people to live comfortably and be assured of dignified, respectful, and family-centered care.
They wanted to make a difference. And they did.
The first jobs of all six Moore children were at the Greenwood senior living community where they gained much more than work experience. They absorbed a unique appreciation for the remarkable lives and accomplishments of the residents they considered members of their extended family.
As it turned out, these first jobs inspired long-term career choices for all of the Moore children. Today, five are licensed nursing home administrators and one is a physician. The entire family has continued their parents’ legacy, with four of the six serving as hands-on owners and operators and serving on the board of directors of CarDon & Associates.
CarDon currently owns and/or operates 20 communities located throughout central and southern Indiana.
CarDon’s mission to be the leading provider of inspired living and compassionate care shines through in a strong hospitality focus, commitment to innovative technologies and equipment, and community amenities that foster a sense of family among the people who live and work at CarDon communities.
Proud to honor the quality standards established by Carroll and Donna Moore and the legacy of their commitment to area seniors, CarDon & Associates has more than 35 years of expertise in community development and management, plus an unparalleled family-centered approach to creating inspiring living environments and delivering compassionate care.
Our Board of Directors
Stephen G. Moore, MD, has served as president and chief executive officer of CarDon since July 2000. Stephen began working with CarDon in June 1996, initially serving as the director of strategic planning then as executive director of Bell Trace in Bloomington. Stephen is board-certified in preventative medicine and public health and previously board-certified in internal medicine.
Daniel W. Moore became a licensed health facility administrator in the 1980s and has since served as administrator of CarDon’s Health & Living Communities in Paoli, Sullivan and Indianapolis. Dan coordinated the planning and construction of Bell Trace and the construction of Brookside Village in Jasper. He previously served as director of property development and currently serves as executive vice president of CarDon’s board of directors.
David C. Moore began working for CarDon in 1984 and became a licensed health facility administrator in 1987. David obtained additional experience while working as a health facility administrator for Unicare Health (now Extendicare). In 1995, he became director of operations for CarDon and, in 2002, was promoted to director of strategic planning. David served the state of Indiana as a member of the board of directors of the Indiana Health Care Association from 2002 to 2009. He currently serves as secretary of CarDon’s board of directors.
Kathy L. Headley has served as CarDon’s board chair and treasurer since 2006. Kathy is a licensed health facility administrator. For four years, she managed a medical equipment and supply business based in Bloomington and served for more than two years as administrator at CarDon’s Greenwood Health & Living Community.