The largest senior living operator in Minnesota will soon have a new face at its helm.
Minneapolis-based Ebenezer has named Jon Lundberg as its president, the company announced Wednesday. Lundberg has served as Ebenezer’s COO since 2017, but he’s dedicated his career of over 30 years to senior care, according to a press release.
He will replace Mark Thomas, who will stay on as Ebenezer’s CEO for the next 12 to 18 months to work on a capital campaign related to the company’s 100th anniversary.
When Thomas retires, Lundberg will also become Ebenezer’s CEO.
“Mark and I have meticulously prepared for this transition for the past three years,” Lundberg said in a press release. “I look forward to continuing the great work that’s happening in each of our senior living communities. Our focus does not change and we remain committed to helping seniors achieve longer, healthier and meaningful lives.”
Ebenezer, part of Fairview Health Services, owns and operates 85 senior living communities that provide a variety of services, including independent living, assisted living, memory care, transitional care, care centers, enhanced care, adult day programs, child care, intergenerational programs and stay-by-the-day apartments.
Written by Mary Kate Nelson