LCB Senior Living, LLC Names Tim DuRoss COO

November 7, 2018

NORWOOD, MA–LCB Senior Living, LLC, the Norwood, MA-based integrated developer and operator of independent, assisted and memory care communities for seniors, has announced that Tim DuRoss has been named chief operating officer.

DuRoss will oversee LCB operations as the company continues its steady growth path that began in Massachusetts, and has continued across five New England states, and into New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Maryland and Virginia.

DuRoss has been involved in the senior housing industry for more than 17 years, and brings more than 22 years of financial experience to LCB. Prior to this, he held the position of CFO at LCB for 4 years. Before joining LCB, DuRoss was with Benchmark Senior Living, and previously was employed by Ziner, Kennedy and Lehan LLP.

“We could not be more thrilled to have Tim take over this important role, which he previously held on an interim basis. He has excelled at leading the company’s build-out of analytic systems and operations focus,” said LCB CEO Michael A. Stoller. “When you consider the level of experience and drive he has demonstrated over the years, LCB is in a great position to further its strong position in the market and continue to grow.”

In commenting on his new position at LCB, DuRoss said, “I’m excited about contributing to the LCB leadership team in this capacity. The company is performing at a very high level across our markets, and we’re well positioned to take advantage of the significant opportunities that lie ahead.”

Established in 2011, LCB owns and operates 18 communities throughout Massachusetts, Vermont, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Connecticut.  The company has four communities under construction in Massachusetts, Connecticut and Pennsylvania, and several others undergoing permitting.

All of LCB’s buildings provide high-end services to the senior housing market, and offer residents the highest-quality amenities, with luxurious settings and finishes. LCB communities feature Independent, Assisted and Reflections Memory Care services, along with “Anytime Dining” (allowing residents to eat what they like, when they want it, from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. daily), its popular bistros, which provide an informal alternative to restaurant dining with lunchtime paninis, a burger bar, and a variety of special menus, copious amounts of common area (libraries, living rooms, country kitchens, theaters, etc.), and a breadth of other amenities.

All communities also feature a very active engagement calendar, offering intellectual, cultural, recreational and social opportunities, seven days per week.

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