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Covenant Retirement Communities Announces Project Development Senior Vice President

SKOKIE, IL–Covenant Retirement Communities (CRC) is announcing the appointment of Brian Devlin to a position on the executive leadership team as senior vice president – project development. Devlin joins the organization with more than 15 years’ experience in the field of senior living.

“Having Brian on our leadership team allows CRC to continue moving forward with our strategic growth plans of potential acquisitions, affiliations and campus redevelopments,” said Terri Cunliffe, Covenant Retirement Communities president and CEO. “His experience in senior living, along with professional connections in the field, is extremely valuable for our organization.”

In his previous roles, Devlin has managed redevelopment work for large multi-site senior living providers, as well as managing aspects of start-up communities, property acquisitions and consultations. At CRC, he will lead strategies related to growth and expansion of the organization’s campuses across the country.

“CRC has a respected reputation in senior living and I’m looking forward to utilizing my experience to work closely with leadership in executing strategies that align with their vision for growth,” said Devlin.

Devlin graduated from Texas Tech University with a Bachelors of Architecture and has served on the National LeadingAge Conference Education Committee.

Chicago-based Covenant Retirement Communities (CRC) is the nation’s sixth largest, non-profit, senior services provider. It serves 5,000 residents at 15 retirement communities in 9 states and offers independent living, assisted living, skilled nursing, memory care, and rehabilitation. Through CRC’s LifeConnect® Wellness Partnership, residents can access resources and opportunities that are designed to enrich the mind, body, and spirit and complement each person’s unique journey. CRC is a ministry of the Evangelical Covenant Church and has been serving seniors since 1886.