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The Leadership Series: Judd Harper and Mitchell W. Warren

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Judd Harper, President, The Arbor Company

Meet Judd Harper, president of The Arbor Company, an Atlanta-based operator of 32 senior living communities in 10 states. Harper joined the company as a summer employee during his college years, and has since advanced to his current role as president. As a third-party operator of senior living communities, Arbor does not hold an ownership stake in its communities, which is an intentional decision among its owners. We sat down with Judd to learn about what he saw in senior living in the first place, where he sees staff recruiting as a three-part challenge, and why third party management offers a unique opportunity for Arbor... Read More »

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Mitchell W. Warren, Chairman, CEO and Co-Owner, The LaSalle Group

Meet Mitchell “Mitch” Warren, chairman, CEO and co-owner of Irving, Texas-based The LaSalle Group. The family-owned and -operated company was founded in 1990 by Melvin W. Warren, “Win,” on LaSalle Street in Chicago. Several years later, in 2000, Win partnered with another family member to refocus the company on senior living, and Mitch joined shortly thereafter to help run the family business. Today, The LaSalle Group is based in Irving, Texas, and works to design, develop, build and manage standalone memory care communities under the company’s Autumn Leaves brand. Currently, the company owns and operates 46 Autumn Leaves communities in Texas, Florida, Georgia, Kansas, Illinois, Missouri, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee and Wisconsin and continues to grow at a steady pace... Read More »

Increase Revenue With Ancillary Services | On Demand Webinar

Phil Fogg Jr., President and CEO of Marquis Companies, discusses how leveraging ancillary services enables communities to increase revenue, while delivering an exceptional experience. VIEW NOW

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Bill Petit, President, R.D. Merrill Company

Meet Bill Pettit, president of Seattle-based R.D. Merrill Company, the parent company of Merrill Gardens, which has nearly 30 communities offering independent living, assisted living and memory care across six states. Family-owned and operated for four generations, Merrill Gardens started with a single community and brought Pettit on board from the banking industry to focus on growing and operating the business. We sat down with Pettit to learn about the metrics he’s tracking with respect to operations, why he sees great potential in the Chinese market... Read More »


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