Board of Directors

COVID Update: October 1, 2020

The Ashland At Home (AAH) Board of Directors has made the difficult decision to suspend all operations effective November 1, 2020 until contact restrictions related to COVID-19 have been lifted and plans for a successful restart are in place.

The Board will continue to monitor the facts on the ground and meet as needed to discuss, evaluate and ultimately plan for a restart. Members and volunteers who were active on November 1 and others who have contacted the Board will periodically receive updates about plans related to AAH. All communication to AAH after Nov. 1, 2020 should be sent to: Ashland At Home, PO Box 1349, Ashland, OR 97520.

The Board looks forward to when they can share news that AAH is ready to welcome old and new members and volunteers to restart services and programs that engage and support members to thrive as they age. In the meantime, thank you for your support over the past nine years and for your understanding.

Board of Directors

Daniel Seffinger, President

Daniel earned his B.A. degree in Psychology from UCLA and took his Masters specializing in School Psychology from California State University at Northridge. After completing his Doctorate in Clinical Practice from The California Professional School of Psychology, L.A. Campus, he worked for County Mental Health Services in both California and Oregon. He retired after 25 years from Kaiser Permanente Medical Group. He worked as Chief Psychologist and specialized in outpatient program development and services for children, adolescents and families through Kaiser’s Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Department. Early in his career, Daniel served on Jackson County’s Head Start Board of Directors.


Nancy Seulean, Secretary

Nancy earned her BS in Nursing from Indiana University and her master’s degree from the University of Utah as a Certified Nurse Midwife.  She is married to David Seulean, has three children and one grandson.  In 1984, Nancy and David moved to Ashland.  She is currently working for Providence Medical Group-OB/GYN Clinic where she does obstetrical ultrasounds and provides outpatient midwife support. In 2012, David’s mother, Anita, moved to Ashland from Indiana to live with them. Since Anita joined Ashland At Home, Nancy has been able to observe and has great appreciation for the support and enrichment AAH membership provides for Anita.


Paul Pavlich, Treasurer

Paul Paul was born. raised and graduated from high school in Portland Oregon. He went to college at William & Mary. Received a master’s degree from UNLV. Worked on a PhD but did not complete the dissertation at UC Santa Barbara where he met his wife-to-be, Jeni Feinberg. He taught at SOU for a year in 1978, bought a house but then left for law school at UC Berkeley. Paul practiced law in Portland for two years then returned to Ashland in 1984 to teach at SOU and has lived in Ashland since then. He married Ms. Feinberg in 1985 and they have four children. Jeni has been the economic engine of their household with Paul providing mildly competent “house-husbanding” and health insurance.


Others who have been instrumental in AAH’s development

Special thanks and appreciation go to the following individuals who supported Ashland At Home in various important ways during its development: Betsy Beyers, Val Bubb, Joe and Sally Collonge, Katharine Danner, David and Carole Florian, Paul Hwoschinsky, Barbara Jarvis, Jim Lizotte, Herb Long, Don Mackin, Penelope Martens, Steve Neuberger, Helaine Noble, Dick Pischel, Jeanne Stallman, Allyn Stone, and Barbara Talbert.

Board of Directors meetings

The AAH Board of Directors will meet as necessary while the organization’s operations are suspended.