Dillsburg-based Presbyterian Senior Living has promoted Dan Davis to president and CEO effective Nov. 1, replacing James Bernardo, who’s retiring.
Most recently senior vice president and chief operating officer, Davis has been with Presbyterian Senior Living for 21 years and brings more than 30 years of aging services leadership experience to his new role.
He has been a licensed nursing home administrator since 1993.
Davis said in a release that he was “excited and humbled by the opportunity … . It is truly an honor to be named as only the fifth CEO for this wonderful organization that has served older adults for 90-plus years and follow in the footsteps of visionary leaders Bill Swaim, Al Shartner, Steve Proctor and Jim Bernardo. These are very large shoes to fill, and with the help of the incredible team at PSL, I am confident that we will continue to build upon the legacy of PSL and create a brighter future for aging services.”
Susan Reimann, chair of the CEO search committee, added, “On behalf of the search committee, we are confident that following a nationwide search spanning several industries that we have the right person at the right time to effectively lead PSL forward.”
Presbyterian Senior Living provides services to approximately 6,000 seniors in 30 locations in Pennsylvania, Maryland, Ohio and Delaware.
Paula Wolf is a freelance writer