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PEOPLE AND PLACES


Concord, California-based Carlton Senior Living has agreed to purchase a site for a new senior living community providing indepen- dent living, assisted living, and memory care residences. The 3.68 acre site is located in Sonoma County, California, just north of Santa Rosa.


Chancellor Health Care, located in Windsor, California, has expanded its senior living portfolio. In September 2016, National Health Investors purchased three commu- nities in McMinnville, Oregon and leased those properties to Chancellor Health Care for the next 15 years. The communities are home to 150 seniors.


The Harry Ekstam Assisted Living commu- nity on the campus of The Holmstad, man- aged by Batavia, Illinois-based Covenant Retirement Communities, is undergoing renovations to its commons spaces, dining area and entrance. In addition, the project will nearly double the number of memory care apartments offered.


Princeton, New Jersey-based Solvere Senior Living has acquired Berkeley Oaks, a mem- ory care community under development in Williamsburg, Virginia. The community will undergo a nearly $2 million investment for completion, which is expected in Feb- ruary 2017.


Watercrest Senior Living, based in Vero Beach, Florida, celebrated the groundbreak- ing of Watercrest at St. Lucie West Assisted Living and Memory Care Community in Port St. Lucie, Florida. The company expects to open the community, featuring 128 residences, in the fall of 2017.


Baltimore, Maryland-based Wohlsen Con- struction Company received two awards from the Chesapeake Shores Chapter of Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC) at the association’s Excellence in Construc- tion Awards banquet. The awards were presented to Wohlsen for renovations to the Gull Creek retirement community in Berlin, Maryland and for renovations at Solomons Nursing Center in Solomons, Maryland.


Appointments and Promotions


HHHunt Senior Living promoted Greg Fox as the company’s director of operations. The company has also named Alicia Archer as executive director of its Richmond, Virginia community, Spring Arbor at Salisbury, and Lindsay Levesque executive director of its Severna Park, Maryland community, Spring Arbor of Severna Park.


roselynn muzzy


Integral Senior Living (ISL) has named Rose- lynn Muzzy as a regional vice president of opera- tions. In this role, she will oversee the operations of several ISL communities.


Most recently, she served as the vice president of operations for Vintage Senior Living.


MatrixCare, based in Bloomington, Minne- sota, announced the appointment of Gary Pederson as Senior Vice President, Life Plan Communities (LPC) Solution. Pederson will oversee MatrixCare’s LPC Solutions busi- ness unit, including sales, account retention, marketing, operations, research, and devel- opment. Prior to joining MatrixCare, he served as president of two business units of Ascend Learning.


Welltower, a Toledo, Ohio-based real estate investment trust (REIT) promoted Justin Hill to senior vice president of business develop- ment. Hill will be responsible for the growth and development of Welltower’s west coast portfolio and will manage the company’s new Beverly Hills, California office.


aaron d'costa


Symphony Senior Living, based in Birmingham, Michigan, has named a new COO and CFO. Symphony’s new COO, Aaron D’Costa, most re- cently was the director of


senior living acquisitions with Virtus Real Estate Capital. Rob Brehl has joined Sym- phony as CFO and most recently served as chief accounting officer at Ventas.


karilee baird


Chicago, Illinois-based Senior Lifestyle has promoted Cherie Dupor to senior vice presi- dent of sales and marketing and has named Janine Witte as national director of sales, a new position in the company. Senior Lifestyle has a portfolio of more than 170 communi- ties across 27 states.


dan lamey


Portland-based BPM Senior Living named Dan Lamey President & COO, overseeing the company’s operations, business ini- tiatives and strategic growth. Lamey joined


BPM from Blue Harbor Senior Living, where he spent four years as COO.


West Linn, Oregon-based Ridgeline Management Company has promoted Karilee Baird to the newly created position of direc- tor of innovation and ed- ucation. Baird’s focus will


be orchestrating staff training and facilitating technology-rich learning, as well as evaluat- ing signature programs and implementing new systems, projects, and services.


lindsay granson


Watercrest Senior Living has announced that Lindsay Granson has joined the company as vice president of sales. She will be responsible for driving the develop-


ment of sales strategies and implementing programs across Watercrest-owned and op- erated communities.


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