Senior Living Communities Promotes Gary Ventola to Vice President of Finance

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Senior Living Communities, an owner/operator of retirement communities located throughout the Southeast and Midwest, announced today that Gary Ventola has been promoted to the position of Vice President of Finance for the 9-community portfolio.

Senior Living Communities Promotes Gary Ventola to Vice President of Finance

Gary has been an integral part of our success over the past few years. He will be a valuable addition to the Senior Leadership Team.

Senior Living Communities, an owner/operator of retirement communities located throughout the Southeast and Midwest, announced today that Gary Ventola has been promoted to the position of Vice President of Finance for the 9-community portfolio.

Ventola has worked for Senior Living Communities since 2006 in the position of Controller where he directed the financial affairs of and supervised the general accounting, property accounting, internal auditing and budgetary controls for the 9-community portfolio.

“Gary has been an integral part of our success over the past few years,” said Senior Living Communities’ CEO Donald O. Thompson, Jr. “He will be a valuable addition to the Senior Leadership Team.”

Ventola is a seasoned financial executive. His track record includes stints as Vice President of Finance at behavioral health provider IFCS, Inc. and Assistant Vice President of Finance at Sanders Bros., Inc. Prior to that, he served as controller at MicroMagnetic Systems, Inc., Corporate Express, Inc., and Fire Suppression Systems, Inc.

Ventola is a graduate of Virginia Tech with Bachelor of Science degrees in Accounting and Finance. He has earned his Masters of Business Administration from Indiana Wesleyan University and Masters of Accounting from The University of Connecticut.

About Senior Living Communities
Senior Living Communities, headquartered in Charlotte, N.C., owns and operates progressive retirement communities located throughout the Southeast and Midwest. Recognized in 2010, 2011 and 2012 by the Assisted Living Federation of America as a “Best of the Best” company, the organization's goal is to use wellness as a means to help members live longer, healthier and happier lives. In 2012, the company launched Wellmore, a new idea in senior living which focuses on using nationally recognized wellness initiatives to extend and improve the lives of older adults. More information about Senior Living Communities is located at http://www.Senior-Living-Communities.com.

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