NEW HARTFORD, N.Y. — The Preswick Glen independent senior living community announced it has appointed Gary Holeck as its new executive director.
Holeck moves into the position after serving in sales, marketing, and various leadership positions at Preswick Glen for the last six years. Holeck will be responsible for meeting the needs of current residents and supporting their activities and lifestyles, maintaining and improving Preswick Glen, managing community services and budgets, and engaging new residents interested in moving to the community, according to an organization news release.
Holeck graduated from Hartwick College with dual mathematics and economics degrees, and before that from Clinton High School. He has worked in independent living communities since he was 16 years old, including time at Brookdale Senior Living (The Villas) in Clinton, and in a variety of roles at Preswick Glen. Holeck has held positions in sales and marketing, and led housekeeping, environmental, and resident services, per the release.
Preswick Glen, which opened in November 2007, is an independent senior living community and a member of the Presbyterian Homes & Services’ family of services, which also includes the Presbyterian Residential Community, Presbyterian Home for Central New York, the Presbyterian Homes Foundation and The Meadows at Middle Settlement. Presbyterian Homes & Services is an affiliate of Community Wellness Partners.
Community Wellness Partners has 980 employees and serves nearly 1,000 older adults each day.
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