Springwell Senior Living in historic Mt. Washington is pleased to announce that Gerard Campbell has been named new chef manager of The Homestead, Baltimore’s newest Independent Living community.
Campbell, a former executive chef at Miss Shirley’s on Pratt Street and in Roland Park, will be in charge of the upscale dining program for residents. Before joining The Homestead, Campbell had also served as sous chef at the Tremont Hotel and Hyatt Baltimore.
The all-new Homestead, now open, is a 142,000-square-foot state-of-the-art community featuring 99 well-appointed residences ranging in size from a one-bedroom one-bath to a two-bedroom two-bath corner apartment, some with balconies or patios with beautiful park views. Common areas include a Library, Courtyard, Pub, Living Room, Dining Room and Education Center. The Homestead offers full service amenities, incomparable hospitality, and daily planned activities for every interest.
“We are very excited to have Gerard here with us at The Homestead,” said Phil Golden, a Principal and Executive Director at Springwell. “We have always prided ourselves on our superior hospitality, and Gerard’s background makes him the perfect fit for our dining services. Our residents and staff are looking forward to getting to know him and his culinary talents.”
“I’m really looking forward to being a part of this community and having the opportunity to be creative in the kitchen,” said Campbell. “Springwell is such a natural fit for me, as I love to personally engage with the people I serve. I hope to call this home just as the residents, employees and families here do every day. Spending time with seniors teaches me to enjoy the company of others and pursue what I’m passionate about.”
Campbell graduated with an Associate of Arts Degree from the Baltimore International Culinary College.