Until recently Tim Mallad had been first VP at Irving-based Greystone Communities. But Presbyterian Communities and Services (PCS) Chairman of the Board Phil Wentworth just sent word that Tim has been named president of PCS.
According to Phil, “I am thrilled to have Tim join our team. He brings a broad perspective that includes decades of experience working for a for-profit company while helping not-for-profit communities achieve their goals and fulfill their visions. Tim has the ideal background necessary to be successful in this position. Tim has a genuine passion for helping seniors. He is mission-driven and his enthusiasm is contagious. I am confident that he will support our organization’s values while focusing on the residents’ needs and leading the team members by example.”
Prior to Greystone, Tim was associate administrator of Oakwood Health System and director of sales and resident services for Centrum Management Corporation.
PCS is a not-for-profit organization that is comprised of “premier continuing care retirement communities Presbyterian Village North and Grace Presbyterian Village, as well as Faith Presbyterian Hospice and the T. Boone Presbyterian Hospice and Palliative Care Center.”
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