Meet Our Team

Mike Kubik
In Memoriam

Mike Kubik joined Cascade in 2003 after six years as Divisional Vice President with Sun Healthcare Group. Mike served as Chief Operating Officer of Cascade Health Services from 2003 – 2013. His vision, inspiring leadership and commitment to excellence were instrumental to Cascade’s growth and success. Mike’s gracious hospitality, quick wit and contagious smile brightened our communities. On May 11, 2013, Mike passed away from complications caused by multiple myeloma, a cancer he bravely fought for two years. Mike’s wonderful personality, positive attitude and caring heart will always be remembered by his colleagues at Cascade. His was a life well-lived, and we will do our best to emulate his fine example.

Ron Haney
Chief Executive Officer

Since 1999, Ron has been a founding partner and chief executive officer of Cascade Health Services, LLC. His primary duties have included developing the overall corporate strategic plan and vision for both the short term and long term growth of the company, investing and arranging capitalization and maintaining capital relationships. His other duties include facility due diligence, the financing of acquisitions, facility disposition and asset management. Through his personal relationships developed during more than 30 years working in the Texas long term care industry, he has been able to recruit and build Cascade’s professional management team. Ron is dedicated to the philosophy of improving the best quality of clinical care in an environment of “enlightened hospitality” in all Cascade Services’ facilities.

Marjorie Dorrow
Chief Operating Officer

Marjorie was named the company’s Chief Operating Officer in 2013. Prior to joining Cascade Health Services, Marjorie served as a Vice President of Operations for a Texas based long-term care organization. Her strong leadership in the industry led to her being recognized as a Future Leader of Long Term Care by American Health Care Association. In her previous executive capacity, Marjorie has assisted with acquisitions, divestitures and new facility start-ups. In her role as Chief Operating Officer, Marjorie has oversight of the daily operations of Cascade Health Services. She believes in fostering a culture that empowers team members to achieve positive outcomes, while promoting their personal and professional growth. With a company-wide focus on enlightening hospitality, Marjorie assists the senior leadership of our facilities with ensuring our company mission, vision, and values are honored. Marjorie is a graduate of Texas A&M Central Texas with a degree in Social Work and is a licensed nursing facility administrator.

Melinda Moore
Chief Financial Officer

Melinda was named the company’s Chief Financial Officer in 2015 when she joined the Cascade Team in March 2015. Prior to joining Cascade Health Services, Melinda served as Tax Manager for Lufkin Industries now a General Electric Oil & Gas Company.  During her 8 year tenure at Lufkin Industries, she over saw all tax matters domestically and internationally, including but not limited to income, sales, use, VAT, excise and payroll taxes in manufacturing, service, and repair industries. Prior to Lufkin Industries, Melinda was in public accounting, specializing in partnerships and corporate taxes and accounting work. Melinda has been a Texas Certified Public Account since 2010 and a Certified Member of the Institute of Professionals in Taxation since 2014. In her role as Chief Financial Officer, Melinda’s responsibilities for all financial aspects of Cascade’s operations, management, real estate companies along with tax return preparation and monthly, quarterly and annual financial reporting.  Melinda is a current member of the Rates and Reimbursement committee for THCA.

Mary Lou Howells
Director of Business Development

Mary Lou Howells, LVN began her employment with Cascade Health Services on October 7, 2013. Mary Lou serves as the Director of Business Development for Cibolo Creek Rehabilitation Health Living Center and Medina Valley Health and Rehabilitation Center. Mary Lou plays an active role in assisting residents with placement in our communities. Mary Lou has been a nurse since 2003 and has worked in marketing and business development since 2006. Mary Lou enjoys connecting with others and developing lasting relationships with those she serves.

Mary Lou joined the Cascade Health Services team because she saw an opportunity to leave a larger footprint on her local community. Mary Lou has a passion for serving the elderly population and feels her values align closely with those of Cascade. “I love helping people find security and guiding them through some of the most difficult days of their lives. One of my favorite responsibilities is assisting our veterans to ensure they receive the care they need. ” says Mary Lou.

Additionally, Mary Lou is responsible for managing hospital relationships, physician relations and plays a key role in ACO’s and BPCI’s. Mary Lou is a member of the South Texas Case Management Association, Alamo Area Home Care Council, Bandera Silver Sage, American Heart Association, and actively participates in the Meals on Wheels program in our community.

Heather Archer
Vice President of Clinical Services

Heather began working for Cascade Health Services in their Abilene home in 2018 and took over the VP of clinical services position for the Cibolo Creek and Medina Valley facilities beginning in July of 2020.  

Heather began her career in long-term care facilities as a CNA.  She continued her education and earned her LVN and RN degrees.  Heather has served in many capacities including wound care nurse, patient care coordinator, MDS/TILE coordinator, ADON and DON.

Heather is currently the Vice President of Clinical Services for Cascade Health Services.  In this role, she provides overall clinical support to both Cibolo Creek and Medina Valley facilities, quality care and regulatory compliance management, and EHR management and oversight.

Heather loves working in long-term care because of the satisfaction she gets in caring for the elderly population in a challenging setting.  She loves to fix things, and to make sure that residents receive the best possible care.