Freehold Executive Care Celebrates First Anniversary

July 18, 2014

The Executive Care office in Freehold, managed by co- franchisees Senen Cabalfin and Jeff Wolf, celebrates its one-year anniversary this month. The office serves Monmouth, Middlesex and Ocean Counties.

Executive Care, based in Hackensack, N.J., delivers a comprehensive selection of home care services tailored to the every need of its customers.

In the last twelve months, the Freehold office has provided many seniors with care while helping to reduce stress placed on families with the responsibility of looking after elderly loved ones. The Freehold Executive Care office consists of trained health professions that guarantee customers receive safe, reliable and certified in-home medical and personal services.

Cabalfin and Wolf celebrated the anniversary by honoring two individuals who have been influential in this new endeavor.

Lorraine Zimmerman, the first Freehold client, was awarded the “Honorary” award. Zimmerman trusted Executive Care with her health needs from the beginning, during a time that was very hard for her as she mourned the loss of her husband.

Fely Marquez was awarded “Employee of the Year.” She was the first caregiver and worked closely with Cabalfin and Wolf to ensure that all aspects of care were accounted for. Her commitment to Executive Care helped to make the first year a success and has left a lasting impact.

The health care industry is not new to Cabalfin or Wolf. Both have experience in providing care with the end goal of improving the standard of daily life for those in need.

Cabalfin was a nurse for 20 years before starting a nonprofit, Special Care Community Services, which provides support, services, and resources to individuals with developmental disabilities and their families in New Jersey and across state lines.

Wolf is a former Wall Street financial expert who transitioned in the early 2000s to business ownership. As the president of Mobility Consulting & Contracting Co., Inc., Wolf oversees a company that modifies the homes of people with disabilities to make in-home living more manageable.

Wolf and Cabalfin joined forces to develop group homes for the state of New Jersey. They jointly own a nonprofit called Mobility Special Care Housing Inc., which is a housing provider for people with disabilities in New Jersey.

With the their first anniversary upon them, Cabalfin and Wolf are very excited to see what success, achievements and milestones the years ahead will bring.