This award recognizes Steve’s exceptional leadership that has shepherded the organization through exciting growth and success.
DILLSBURG, PA (PRWEB) November 08, 2017
Presbyterian Senior Living(PSL) CEO and president, Steve Proctor, recently received the 2017 Award of Honor from LeadingAge, an association representing not-for-profit senior care providers. Mr. Proctor received the award for his dedication to improving the lives of seniors.
The Award of Honor is presented to an individual who has provided nationally significant, transformative leadership in aging services. Steve was named a visionary leader and builder that has made exceptional contributions to the field and raised the capacity of other individuals and organizations to advance the common good.
“It is clear that everyday Steve embodies Presbyterian Senior Living’s values and he is motivated by fulfilling our mission to create compassionate, vibrant and supportive communities,” said James Bernardo, executive vice president and chief operating officer. “This award recognizes Steve’s exceptional leadership that has shepherded the organization through exciting growth and success.”
Proctor began his 46-year career in aging services in 1971 as the director of nursing at the Schock Home in Mt. Joy, a program of PSL. In 1979, he advanced to the corporate offices as the organization’s chief operating officer. In 1995, he was appointed PSL’s third chief executive officer.
Proctor has been active in aging services organizations, church and philanthropic volunteerism, community and international boards, and in missionary work. Whether leading an organization of 3,000 or serving as president of a nonprofit board of directors, Proctor brings a wealth of talent and innovation to every endeavor.
About Presbyterian Senior Living
Based in Dillsburg, Pa. and founded in 1927, Presbyterian Senior Living is one of the largest not-for-profit providers of senior care in the country with 30 locations throughout the mid-Atlantic. Presbyterian Senior Living fulfills its charitable purpose and mission by providing a full range of high-quality healthcare, housing, and other related community services directed primarily to people 55 and over. For more information, please visit http://www.presbyterianseniorliving.org.
Presbyterian Senior Living aging services received a three-year accreditation from the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities International for Aging Services Network and is committed to continuing to achieve the highest standards required by this accreditation.