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Hislop Named President and CEO

Tuesday, February 1 2011 11:28 AM

WICHITA, Kan., Feb. 1, 2011 . . . The Larksfield Place board of directors is pleased to announce that Reginald Hislop, Ph.D., will join Larksfield Place as president and CEO effective Feb. 1, 2011.

Hislop brings more than 25 years of experience in the field of long-term care and senior housing, 18 of those years were spent serving as president and CEO of The Village at Manor Park, Inc., Wisconsin’s largest non-profit long-term care and senior housing system, which included three Continuing Care Retirement Communities (CCRC). Most recently, he served as the managing partner of Grubb & Ellis/APEX Healthcare, a national health care/senior health care advisory group. He is a nationally recognized industry speaker, author and advisor in the areas of health care, senior housing, post-acute care and health policy.

“Dr. Hislop knows and understands the unique environment of senior care,” said Larry Van Horn, chairman of the Larksfield Place board of directors and senior vice president/CFO of GLMV Architecture. “His experience and fresh perspective will help set the course as we prepare to launch assisted living at Larksfield Place.”

Hislop received a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Marquette University, Milwaukee, Wis., and a Doctor of Philosophy in Macro-Economics from the University of Toronto in Canada.

He and his wife, Diane, along with their son Lucas will be moving to Wichita from the Milwaukee, Wis., area.

About Larksfield Place – Wichita’s Premier Not-for-Profit, Full-Service Retirement Community
Located just off of Rock Road on 29th Street, the lakes and open vistas of the Larksfield Place 60-acre campus capture the spirit of the open plains in an urban environment. The heart of community is its indoor town square featuring a Courtyard Bistro and Market, Fitness Club, Library, Business Center, Movie Auditorium, Art Gallery, community health services, and meeting rooms. The community’s Apartment and Villa Homes offer a wide selection of living accommodations. Should the need arise, Larksfield Place community members also have the added security of a Health Care Center.

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