ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS, NJ – Former Atlantic Highlands Mayor Robert Schoeffling was named Trustee of the Year by the New Jersey Association of Homes and Services for the Aging (NJAHSA). The award recognized not only Mr. Schoeffling’s 14 years of service to Portland Pointe, an affordable housing community for seniors, but also his leadership in ensuring the building’s construction and completion.

Judy Turner, Robert Schoeffling and Michele Guhl

Michele K. Guhl, NJAHSA President and Chief Executive Officer, presented the award to Mr. Schoeffling in a ceremony held at Portland Pointe on June 30. Mr. Schoeffling has been a member of Portland Pointe’s board of trustees for 14 years. During his tenure as mayor, Mr. Schoeffling was a strong ally and advocate for the building’s successful completion.

Portland Pointe is affiliated with Princeton-based Springpoint Senior Living, New Jersey’s leading not-for-profit provider of senior housing and care. The Springpoint continuum includes continuing care retirement, assisted living, and affordable housing in 26 communities throughout New Jersey. For more information, please visit


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Allan Dean is editor, publisher, and founder of the Atlantic Highlands Herald. Published since 1999 and selected in 2000 by the Borough of Atlantic Highlands as one of their official newspapers, making...