Inverness senior living community names chef

Published 3:07 pm Tuesday, September 22, 2009

Chef Paul Seery, Certified Executive Chef with the American Culinary Foundation, has been named the new Executive Chef at Danberry at Inverness.

Chef Seery has more than 30 years experience in hotel, restaurant and country club dining.

He has served as Banquet Manager for Hyatt Regency Hotels as well as Food and Beverage Manager for Sheraton and Hilton Hotels.

His most recent position was as Purchasing Director for the Culinard at Virginia College.

“We are thrilled to welcome Chef Paul,” said Danberry at Inverness Executive Director Jaclyn E. Gardner. “His highly diversified experience is a perfect fit for the distinctively different dining experience we have created for our residents.”

Chef Seery graduated from a Culinary Arts Program at Walt Disney World and attended the Culinary Institute of America in Hyde Park, New York.

He has worked for 15 years with Club Corporation of America and was the recipient of the 1987 Club of the Year Award for Country Clubs as well as the 1992 Club of the Year Award for City Clubs in the Southeast region.

Danberry residents have several dining venues from which to choose. The casual garden terrace offers a relaxing meal “Al Fresco” style.

The formal dining room, replete with white table linens and dual fireplaces, boasts a sophisticated warmth on par with the finest, world-class restaurants. And for intimate, exclusive affairs, Danberry offers a private dining room.

Located in Inverness on Lake Heather, Danberry at Inverness embraces a distinctive philosophy focused on celebrating life with style.

This resort-style community combines European-styled cottage homes for sale and luxury senior apartments for rent.

Danberry at Inverness is a senior living community suitable for any active adult older than 55, including a full complement of health and wellness services for retirement, independent living and assisted living lifestyles.

For more information, visit or call 981-6679.