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About Us

The Xenia office is open to visitors. Guests who are fully vaccinated do not need to wear a mask. Hand sanitizer is available. The Beavercreek office remains closed to visitors.


Office Locations, Hours & Directions

Main office: 1195 West Second Street, Xenia, OH 45385

Hours: Monday - Friday, 8:30 am - 5:00 pm

Phone: 937-376-5486  •  Toll free: 1-888-795-8600  •  Fax: 937-376-5547

Directions to main office:

From Main St (US 35) in Xenia go south on Allison Avenue one block to Second Street; turn right (going west). The office is on the left, next to the Xenia Community Center.

Beavercreek office: 1221 Meadow Bridge Drive, Suite C, Beavercreek, OH 45434

Phone: 937-376-5486  •  Toll free: 1-888-795-8600
Hours: By appointment

Directions to Beavercreek office:

From N. Fairfield Road, go east on Dayton-Xenia Rd, then south on Meadow Bridge Drive. Our office is next to the BMV office.

Our Story

The Greene County Council on Aging is a not-for-profit county-wide organization which promotes independence and quality of life for Greene County, Ohio, senior citizens and caregivers. GCCOA was established in 1979 and is governed by a Board of Directors. The Council's primary funding source is the Senior Services Levy.

GCCOA provides a broad range of services and programs, including the Partners In Care care management program, the Kinship Program (for grandparents raising grandchildren or other individuals raising someone else's child), educational and support programs for caregivers, and service grants to area senior citizen centers and other service providers.

In addition, the Council provides information to seniors, caregivers, and the general community on a wide range of topics. Information is provided through phone calls, mailings, several newsletters, the Directory of Services, presentations to community groups, and this website.


The Council has a staff of 29, working 20 to 37.5 hours per week. There are also a number of volunteers who share their time and talent on a weekly, monthly or as-needed basis. These people are key to the success and operation of the Council.

Resource Associates  Diane Autore, Cheryl Young     

Benefits Counseling  Matthew Murphy, Megan Nardi and Daejanna Preston          

Provider Liaison  Karen Reese

Partners In Care Managers  Carol Kunze, Carri Mosier, Daejanna Preston, Erica Morrow, Jamie Rath, Karen Reese, Kathy Schmaltz, Leanne Maury, Lisa Quesne, Matthew Murphy, Maureen McCarthy-Magill, Megan Nardi, Melissa Woehrman, Michele Puterbaugh, Paige Redd, Roy Cottongim, Teresa Sevor, Tracey Jones

Home Remediation Coordinator  Brenda Lewis

Kinship Liaison & Wellness Coordinator Susan Finster 

Education and Outreach Liaison  Jeff Schairbaum

Data and Communications Liaison  Jessica Lange

Community Liaison  Carol Kunze

Senior Center Liaison  Tim Brickey

Senior Center Associate  Diane Hollenbeck (Jamestown)   

Fiscal Manager  Amber Canby

Financial Advocate  Ken Richardson

Executive Director  Karen Puterbaugh

Our Mission & Objectives

Our mission is to promote independence and quality of life for Greene County senior citizens and caregivers through a comprehensive and coordinated system of contact, care, and support.

To achieve this, we:

  • Promote care options for senior adults and their caregivers.

  • Share information about senior and caregiving issues.

  • Offer information, education, and support programs for caregivers.

  • Publicize senior adult education and wellness programs offered by area senior centers and the Council.

  • Use federal, state, local and charitable funds wisely.

  • Embrace diversity in our programs and services.

  • Present educational programs about critical health issues.


Board of Directors



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