Five Elected to Carroll Lutheran Village Board of Trustees; CLV Resident George Beck Presented with President’s Award
September 28, 2016 – Five members were elected to the Carroll Lutheran Village Board of Trustees at the annual Corporation Meeting on September 27.
Joe Hikel, CEO of Shelter Systems in Westminster; Rev. Michael Louia, Senior Pastor at First Evangelical Lutheran Church in Ellicott City; and Sharon Sanders, Vice President for Clinical Integration at Carroll Hospital, were elected to their first three-year term.
Donna Kent, a retired computer specialist and Wanda Lynn, a Certified Public Accountant and Partner with RLH CPAs & Business Advisors, were elected to their second three-year terms.
David Bollinger of Westminster; Dave Bond of Reisterstown; and Rev. Robin Simpson Litton of Eldersburg retired from the board.
Continuing to serve the board in their existing terms are:
- Kay Betz, Al Betz Associates
- Rev. Kevin Clementson, Grace Lutheran Church
- Alice Daum-Coen, Carroll Lutheran Village Resident
- Roberta Dillow, Carroll Lutheran Village Resident
- Ronald Fairchild, Consultant
- Sandra Ferguson, Retired
- Louna Primm, New Windsor State Bank
- Carol Plunkert, Century 21
- Marlene Titus, Carroll Community College
- Arthur Wisner, McDaniel College
Beck Receives President’s Award
During the meeting, Village resident George Beck was recognized with the President’s Award for his exemplary service and ongoing commitment in serving the Carroll Lutheran Village community. As a resident leader, Beck has served on the Residents Association Council and has chaired the Health Care Committee for more than six years. He has been instrumental in developing the Village’s concept of “smart classrooms” for many purposes from staff training to resident seminars. As a veteran, Beck has helped plan and participate in many events to honor veterans, including opportunities to speak to school and community groups. He supports the annual golf tournament and gives freely of himself on and off campus to lend his expertise and problem solving skills to a variety of community projects.
Carroll Lutheran Village is an accredited, not-for-profit continuing care retirement community in Westminster that includes 398 homes and apartments, 50 assisted living suites in the Diven House and 103 skilled nursing beds in the Health Care Center.