Our Mission at Langley Lodge is to inspire one another to experience a better quality of living.

Our Mission at Langley Lodge is to inspire one another to experience a better quality of living.

Our Values

Care: Genuinely caring for those around us and for everything we do.

Integrity: Always delivering the quality of service that creates confidence.

Respect: Understanding and valuing one another draws out our best contributions.

Partnership: Achieving something great can only be done together.

Innovation: Continually reimagining the best version of ourselves.

Our vision is to be a community of choice and grow alongside the aging population of Langley B.C.

Our goal by 2025 is:

to build stronger and more sustainable relationships within the community

to construct building and amenity updates that support growth

to be an employer and residence of choice

Read Our 3 Year Strategic Plan

Our History

"To be successful, the entire community has to be involved."
- Roy Brown

Langley Lodge was established in 1974 as a community initiative spearheaded by Rotary Club president Roy Brown. Brown's vision was to unite the community by creating a place for Langley's seniors.

Although Langley Lodge has experienced some changes over the last 50 years, community involvement is still at the heart of everything we do. It makes us unique and a continued staple of the Langley community.
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Leadership Team

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Aly Devji

Chief Executive Officer
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Lisa Samms-Maxwell

Director of Care
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Braydon Short

Director of Finance
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Kelly McClendon

Communications and Community Development

Board of Directors

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Harry Hansra

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Rudy Storteboom

Vice President
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Kathie Knighton

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Dianne Oulton

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Gagan Phulka

Community Registered Nurse,
UBC Medical School Student

Carol Metcalfe

Auxiliary to Langley Care
Society Appointee
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Peter Fassbender

Former City of Langley Mayor,
Former Provincial Cabinet Minister

Raymond Weins

Retired Information Technology Professional
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Laura Schwagele

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Jennifer Elderkin

Applied Science Technologist

Would you like
to join our board?

We're always on the lookout for new members.
If you, or someone you know, are:

  • Passionate about seniors and their care
  • Passionate about the progressive development of seniors services in Langley
  • Able to participate in a three year term

We would love to hear from you!