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10/19/2020

Lis Zimmers to Lead Twin Lakes Senior Living Community

Lisa ZimmersMontgomery, OH – Twin Lakes welcomed Lisa Zimmers as Executive Director of the senior living community in late-September. Twin Lakes, located in the heart of Montgomery offers villas and apartments for independent lifestyles, assisted living and rehabilitative/nursing services for older adults.

Lisa joined the team at Twin Lakes nearly five years ago as Director of Health Services overseeing the assisted living and nursing care areas of the community. After acquiring her Nursing Home Administrator’s license she served as Administrator of Twin Lakes since February 2019.

“During Lisa’s time at Twin Lakes she demonstrated senior leadership skills that made her the best choice for this promotion,” said Scott McQuinn, President & CEO of Life Enriching Communities.  “We are extremely fortunate to have a person of Lisa’s caliber and experience already on our team ready to step right in.”

Lisa has more than 20 years experience in clinical leadership, 16 of which were spent in leadership roles in the senior living industry. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Management and an Associate’s Degree in Nursing. 

Twin Lakes is owned and operated by Loveland, Ohio-based Life Enriching Communities (LEC), a private not-for-profit corporation, offering an integrated family of lifestyle communities and senior living services in greater Cincinnati for over 120 years.

Best known for their Twin Towers and Twin Lakes senior living communities, and Confident Living, a new continuing care at home program, they deliver exceptional everyday experiences to everyone they serve. With a focus on quality living options and healthcare services, and a commitment to whole-person wellness, LEC has become one of the area’s leading senior living providers.

Life Enriching Communities is affiliated with the West Ohio Conference of the United Methodist Church and welcomes people of all faiths. Contact Connie Kingsbury, Vice President of Marketing & Public Relations, for more information (513.702.0053; connie.kingsbury@lec.org). 

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