Vermont Business Magazine Today, Patrick McKee, President & CEO at Wake Robin in Shelburne announced that he will be retiring from his position by Labor Day 2019. McKee has served as President and CEO of the non-profit, Lifecare Community since May 2014. During McKee’s tenure at Wake Robin, he has overseen the development and management of the Maple Expansion Project, which includes construction of a new apartment building, an expanded community center, and expansion and updates to the Linden Health Center.
“We will be conducting a nationwide search for our next President and CEO,” said Eric Hanson, Wake Robin Board Chair. “Patrick has been a great asset to Wake Robin as we have navigated growth of facility and programming during his tenure. We will miss his calm demeanor, leadership and wry sense of humor.”
Wake Robin photo of Patrick McKee, President & CEO
In describing his tenure, McKee stated, “The Wake Robin Community- residents, staff, and corporate board exemplify the very best in a nonprofit, Lifecare Community. It has been extremely gratifying to work with such a committed group, at a truly Vermont created institution.”
Witt/Kiefer has been retained to lead the search for Wake Robin’s next President and CEO.
About Wake Robin
Located on 136 acres in Shelburne, Vermont, Wake Robin is a non-profit lifecare community offering the full continuum of living options for senior citizens. Ranging from 212 independent living cottages and apartments to the Linden Health Center, a five-star residential care and skilled nursing facility, Wake Robin offers the best in continuing care. Wake Robin is an active, safe, supportive community of adults. We value communication and fellowship, joy and humor. We welcome a diverse population and believe in everyone’s lifelong dignity and worth. Wake Robin’s first priority is the care and well being of every resident.
Source: SHELBURNE, VT—Wake Robin 2.12.2019 www.wakerobin.com.