Renner Expanding Role at OPRS to Support Senior Independence

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Effective July 1, Renner will begin additionally supporting Senior Independence Home Health and Hospice, a wholly-owned subsidiary of OPRS.

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William J. Renner, Vice President of Operational Planning and Analysis for OPRS Communities

Bill has strong budgeting, analytical and problem solving abilities and helps others to be better in these same important areas.

William J. Renner, Vice President of Operational Planning and Analysis for OPRS Communities will be moving into an expanded role at Ohio Presbyterian Retirement Services (OPRS). Effective July 1, Renner will begin additionally supporting Senior Independence Home Health and Hospice, a wholly-owned subsidiary of OPRS.

Renner’s additional responsibilities will help strengthen Senior Independence in the same way he has helped strengthen OPRS’ 12 retirement communities across Ohio.

“Bill has strong budgeting, analytical and problem solving abilities and helps others to be better in these same important areas,” said Dan O’Connor, OPRS Chief Operating Officer.

Renner joined OPRS in 1990 as a member of the corporate finance and accounting team and held various positions within the department including controller for the 11 retirement communities. Since February 2007, he has used his financial background to strengthen the CCRC operations in a role focused on financial review, third party reimbursement, budgeting and compliance. He also works with other members of the OPRS Communities operations department in the planning, start-up, and on-going monitoring of new projects to ensure successful operational results.

Bill has served as a Board member for Linkage Cost Management Solutions, and has been an active member of LeadingAge Ohio’s financial management special interest group (formerly the payment and financial management action council).

He received his Bachelor’s degree in Accounting from Miami University in Oxford, Ohio.

About Ohio Presbyterian Retirement Services

Ohio Presbyterian Retirement Services (OPRS) serves more than 73,000 people annually through its wholly owned subsidiaries OPRS Communities and Senior Independence. OPRS Communities operates 12 retirement communities. Senior Independence Home Health & Hospice provides home and community based services, operates five adult day centers and manages two senior centers, in partnership with local governments. In addition, Senior Independence services are extended nationwide through its iPartners. Another wholly owned subsidiary, the OPRS Foundation raises several million dollars annually to support charity care, special programs, capital expansion and endowment.

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