, one of the nation's largest senior living continuing care retirement community (CCRC) organizations, recently announced the appointments of three individuals to its senior management team. ACTS Retirement-Life Communities
Richard A. Winter has been appointed to Vice President and Controller and will oversee the activities of the finance, accounting, shared services and reimbursement departments.
Mr. Winter has been with the ACTS organization for the past 12 years, starting in the Information Technology department before moving to the Financial Services department where he most recently served as Corporate Director and Controller. He is a certified public accountant and has a bachelor of arts degree in philosophy from Wheaton College and a master's degree in accounting/finance from Temple University.
Michael Lucas has been named Vice President of the Southeast Region and will oversee community operations of six ACTS CCRCs in Florida. He previously served as Executive Director of Azalea Trace in Pensacola, Florida. Mr. Lucas has a bachelor of arts degree in accounting from Flagler College and a master's degree in health science, with a specialization in geriatric management from the University of North Florida. He is a licensed nursing home administrator in the state of Florida.
Jeremy O. Neely has been appointed to Vice President of the Northeast Region and will oversee community operations of six ACTS CCRCs in Pennsylvania. Mr. Neely has held a series of leadership positions within the ACTS organization for the past 15 years, including Administrator of Health Services at Normandy Farms Estates, where he most recently served as Executive Director. A licensed nursing home administrator in the state of Pennsylvania, Mr. Neely has a bachelor of science degree in accounting from Eastern Connecticut State University and a master's degree in health care administration from Eastern University.
Headquartered in suburban Philadelphia, ACTS Retirement-Life Communities, Inc., is one of the nation's premier not-for-profit senior living organizations serving approximately 8,500 seniors and employing 6,200 people. ACTS currently owns and manages 23 continuing care retirement communities (CCRCs) located in Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, North and South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, and Florida. The ACTS communities provide a full range of senior housing and services including independent living, assisted living and skilled nursing care on the same campus to accommodate a variety of retirement lifestyle needs. Website: ACTSretirement.org.