Our Team

Tim graduated in 1982 from the Indiana University School of Business. He has served as Chairman of the Indiana Association of HUD Management Agents and has been a member of the National Advisory Committee of HUD Management Agents. Currently, in addition to overseeing his operational companies, he serves on the Board for Community Reinvestment Foundation, Inc., a nonprofit property management firm he founded in 1992 that owns over 2,300 units and donates over $500,000 annually to World Missions to fund the construction of Bible Schools and other ministry support needs. Samaritan Companies is involved in the ownership of over 7,500 apartment units, and directly manages over 4200 units. Samaritan has developed over $50,000,000 in apartment properties since 2001. Cedar Run Limited, Inc has developed over 5000 single-family lots in Indiana, including the 1500 acre Heartland Crossing mixed-use community in the Indianapolis area. Mr. Shrout spends additional time serving on start up company Boards as both a mentor and Investor. In his free time he enjoys tennis and golf.

David is a graduate of Indiana University where he earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting. Upon his graduation in 1974, he joined the audit staff of K.B. Parrish & Company, an Indianapolis CPA firm. Mr. Smith had served Cloverleaf in audit preparations and consultation throughout his employment with K.B. Parrish. Mr. Smith became a partner with K.B. Parrish in May 1985 until he resigned from the firm in October 1993 to join Samaritan. Mr. Smith is a CPA and a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the Indiana CPA Society.

David is a graduate of Indiana University where he earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting. He was an auditor for two CPA firms, RJ Pile & Company and K.B. Parrish & Company, as well as a Controller for a large general contractor. Dave joined Samaritan in May 1997 and is responsible for overseeing the construction and land development accounting. Dave is a CPA and is a member of both the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the Indiana CPA Society.

Greg is a graduate of Wabash College in Crawfordsville, IN where he earned his Bachelor's Degree in Liberal Arts as an Economics major. After graduating with honors in 1982, he joined American Fletcher National Bank (now Chase Bank), responsible for the origination and administration of commercial real estate lending. Greg has been with Samaritan Companies since 1985, and he arranges construction and permanent financing and commercial leasing. He is a principal in several real estate developments, and he holds an Indiana Real Estate Broker license.

Jeanne has been affiliated with the property management field since 1982. Ms. Milan joined Samaritan in 1986 as manager of Willow Glen South, Samaritan’s largest (600-unit) luxury apartment community, and joined the home office staff in 1999. Jeanne graduated magna cum laude from the University of Indianapolis, held an Indiana Real Estate Salesperson license, and is a Certified Apartment Manager as well as a Certified Occupancy Specialist and Certified Property Supervisor.

Teresa has been affiliated with the multifamily industry for over 25 years with vast experience in Multi-Site Management, Special Asset Development and Marketing. Ms. Sturdivant joined Samaritan in 2000 as Regional Property Manager and brought with her an extensive background in rehabbing turnaround properties including the marketing, development and implementation of all site brochures, advertising and signage. Additionally, she successfully developed vital relationships with key city officials and government agencies. Teresa’s real passion lies in fundraising, community charities and events and orchestrated a major rebuilding celebration for the city of Martinsville after the city-wide flood of 2008. Additionally, she has partnered Samaritan with other management teams and local vendors in spreading good cheer at Children’s hospitals during the holidays.

Miss Fortner joined the property management field in 1985 and is knowledgeable in all HUD and FmHA procedures and policies. Miss Fortner is also a Certified Assisted Housing Manager, Certified Occupancy Specialist, and a Certified Corporate Trainer. Miss Fortner has completed Cobalt Computer Programming, RPG Programming and Computerized Accounting. Miss Fortner oversees the Software Training and support for each of Samaritans properties and data communication of Samaritan Company's offsite computers to the home office.

Soon after joining Samaritan in 1989, Ross was appointed Food Service Director at Morningside of College Park, an independent-living luxury retirement community. In 1998, Mr. Loyal then was promoted to Morningside’s Administrator where he served until joining the home office staff in 2002 as a Regional Director. In 2011 Ross accepted the position of Director of Compliance for Samaritan Companies. Mr. Loyal has a strong managerial background in supervising and training large staffs in the food service, retirement, and housing industries. He has attended numerous seminars on employee relations and multi-family housing. Mr. Loyal is a Certified Occupancy Specialist, Certified Fair Housing Coordinator, and Housing Credit Certified Professional and holds an Indiana Real Estate Associate Brokers license.

Nick studied in General Business at IUPUI before going on to get his Indiana Real Estate license in 2009. While holding a real estate license under Remax Centerstone, in 2010 Nick was asked to join the support technician staff at Axia Technology Partners, a VoIP company in central Indiana. During his time with Axia, Nick was in charge of install and support of VoIP servers, Client Portal Training, and staff management. After 2 years of NOC Manager at Axia, Nick joined the Samaritan Companies Team as a leasing agent at Aberdeen Apartments in Camby, IN. During Nick's time with Samco, he has gained experience in development, management, and construction through on-hand experience and overseeing daily operations in the field. Nick is also in charge of building, implementing, and supporting our company-wide Resident Portal and Facilities Service Request program. In Nick's free time, you can find him anywhere outdoors, whether playing a round on the course or relaxing on the lake.

Donna joined the company in 1992. Donna supports all team members of Samaritan Companies and is also responsible for the collection of receivables from former apartment residents. She was a member of the International Association of Administrative Professionals and achieved the Certified Professional Secretary (CPS) rating in 1995. Previously she was an administrative assistant at a paper bag manufacturer for 12 years. Donna is a graduate of the University of Evansville with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and an Associate of Science in Accounting.

Natalie started with Samaritan in 2004 at Aberdeen Apartments then officially moved to the home office in 2010 to ensure the affordable properties are in compliance with HUD and QUADEL regulations. She is a certified Assisted Housing Manager, and has completed courses in EIV and TRACS. As a REALTOR, Natalie is a member of IAR, NAR and MIBOR. She started with Century 21 Rasmussen in 2007 where she earned the Quality Service Award as a multi-million dollar producer, as well as other company awards. She also attended courses and became an Accredited Staging Professional to improve the appeal of her listings. In 2010, Natalie assisted Tim Shrout in starting the Real Estate division of Samaritan Companies.

Paul is a 1976 graduate of the University of Notre Dame and earned his J.D. degree from Indiana University-Indianapolis Law School in 1980. Mr. Reis practices with the Indianapolis law firm of Krieg DeVault LLP, where he is a member of the firm's Real Estate and Environmental practice group. Practicing in the legal industry of nearly 30 years, Mr. Reis has focused his career working with large and small businesses in matters of real estate transactions and development, land use and zoning, corporate governance and transactions and contract negotiation. He is a member of the American, Indiana and Indianapolis Bar Associations. Paul serves in several community organizations including Carmel Symphony Orchestra, Carmel Rotary Club, Second Presbyterian Church of Indianapolis, and Special Olympics Indiana.

David B. Smith, V.P. Samaritan Development. David has worked for Cloverleaf/Samaritan for almost 25 years. His most recent completed projects include Indianapolis’s most recent mixed use development, Cosmopolitan on the Canal, a 218 – unit upscale apartment community with approximately 18,000 square feet of retail, surrounding a five-level, 340-space parking garage; Anson II, a 213 – unit luxury apartment community, as well as the Indiana Dept. of Revenue headquarters facility over 100,000 sq. ft. Dave managed the construction of The Residences on Ronald Reagan located in Avon, IN. Dave’s contribution to the Construction/Development division of Samaritan Development is multi-faceted. With past experience under Cedar Run Construction, Simon Property Group, Melvin Simon & Associates and Vision Builders Inc., Dave has participated in all phases of the construction process. Dave's experience includes site development, estimating, contractor negotiation and selection, value engineering, tenant coordination, including final acceptance by the client. He has overseen numerous projects in commercial construction, including multi-family, new and renovated commercial office buildings, warehouses, daycare facilities, restaurants, retail shopping centers and tenant finishes throughout the United States.

Mission Statement

As a market-focused and people-centered company, our mission is to enrich the lives of the people we touch. We can accomplish this mission by providing our clients with the highest quality of care and service achievable. Our history is built on hard work, uncompromising integrity, and earned respect…a true service-driven story. We pursue excellence… striving continuously to enhance our reputation for client satisfaction, professionalism, and financial growth.