Jannah Theme License is not validated, Go to the theme options page to validate the license, You need a single license for each domain name.

Peconic Landing Promotes VP Gregory J. Garrett to Chief Operating Officer

October 1, 2019

GREENPORT, NY–Peconic Landing at Southold, Inc. is proud to announce the promotion of Gregory J. Garrett to Chief Operating Officer.

Over the past 13 years, Garrett has grown and thrived in his career at Peconic Landing, having started as Nursing Home Administrator, then promoted to Executive Vice President and, now, to the position of Chief Operating Officer.

Garrett has taken on more significant company-wide initiatives, responsibilities, and oversight. He will also take on the responsibility of Chief Information Security Officer.

“Greg is an outstanding leader and has been instrumental in shaping Peconic Landing into the successful community it is today,” said Robert J. Syron, President and CEO of Peconic Landing. “I have full confidence in Greg’s abilities and believe Peconic Landing is very fortunate that he is a leader on our team.”

“It is a truly exciting time for Peconic Landing, and I am honored to accept the position of COO at a time when our community is entering a significant new chapter,” said Garrett of his promotion.

Garrett is a licensed New York State Nursing Home Administrator, Certified Aging Services Professional, and Certified Nursing Home Administrator. He is also the past recipient of LeadingAge NY’s Thomas Clarke Memorial Award, which recognizes young administrators for outstanding leadership.

Peconic Landing is a nationally recognized, equity-based Continuing Care Retirement Community overlooking the Long Island Sound. Located on the North Fork of a half-mile of private Sound Beach, the organization works on a mission of being the retirement community of choice for individuals age 62 and better by encouraging our members to enjoy a vibrant lifestyle and presenting ample opportunity for members to pursue their interests and passions to the fullest.

Related Articles

Back to top button