Contributed by Westminster at Lake Ridge
As Westminster at Lake Ridge prepares to celebrate its 20th anniversary this Saturday, the continuing care retirement community today named Libby Bush as Executive Director. She begins her new role Sept. 30.
With more than 20 years of experience in the senior-living industry, Bush comes from Westminster Canterbury in Richmond. As a Vice President for 12 years, she was a key member of its executive team and oversaw four divisions including independent living, assisted living, memory care and nursing. She joined Westminster Canterbury in 1992 as a Personal Care Unit Manager.
“I’ve known and admired this community from a distance, so I’m delighted to be joining the Westminster Ingleside family,” said Bush, whose mother was president and CEO of a non-profit retirement community in Kansas City for more than two decades. “Residents and staff show great pride in Westminster at Lake Ridge and I’m honored to be part of this campus.”
Lynn O’Connor, President and CEO at Westminster Ingleside Retirement Communities and Foundation, said: “We are thrilled to have Libby Bush as Westminster at Lake Ridge’s Executive Director. Libby brings a philosophy of resident centered care and service, balanced with a demonstrated track record in successful business performance, operations, and leadership. Libby has the experience, skills, and passion to lead Westminster at Lake Ridge into the future, sustaining its mission into perpetuity!”
Bush holds a B.A. in Sociology from the College of Wooster and expects to earn an M.A. in Management of Aging Services in 2014.
More than 500 people are expected to celebrate Westminster at Lake Ridge’s 20th anniversary celebration on Saturday, Oct. 5, 1:00pm-3:00pm.
Westminster at Lake Ridge is a faith based not-for-profit Continuing Care Retirement Community whose mission is to provide a continuum of housing, healthcare and services to older adults that promote independence, dignity and personal fulfillment. Located next to the historic, riverside Town of Occoquan, Virginia just across the river from Fairfax County and 30 minutes from Washington, D.C. Residents enjoy wellness and lifelong learning opportunities, the choice of maintenance-free cottage or apartment living, housekeeping, dining, parking, transportation and on-site amenities all in a beautiful, wooded campus environment featuring two ponds, gardens and trails to the Occoquan River.
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