Angela Hospice announces new President & CEO: Margot Parr

Margot J. Parr
With the support and collaboration of our community and friends, Angela Hospice has established a solid reputation over the past 30 years for comprehensive, compassionate and Christ-like care we provide for our patients and their families. As we continue to build upon that tradition, we are pleased to announce health care and human services veteran Margot J. Parr will lead Angela Hospice as President and CEO, beginning February 9, 2015.

Mary Beth Moning, who has served as the organization’s interim President and CEO since March 2014, will resume her role as Executive Director of Angela Hospice, a position she served in for eight years.
Margot’s leadership and skills will help Angela Hospice build its capacity for care, bringing with her years of health care experience and faith-based organizational leadership, strong business acumen, financial expertise, and a passion for hospice care. In fact, she is a former Angela Hospice volunteer and once sang in the Angela Hospice choir!

In 2014, we implemented new efficient and cost-saving technologies while pursuing our long-term goal of expanding our services to help more patients who would benefit from hospice’s specialized care. Under Margot’s direction, we will take our efforts to the next level, positively benefitting patients and families, community members, and the staff and volunteers who serve this organization.

Margot comes to us from Evangelical Homes of Michigan, where she served in leadership roles for the past eight years, most recently as Senior Executive Director. She led a staff of more than 500 team members, managed a multimillion-dollar budget, actively engaged in fund development, created new programs, and successfully completed several multimillion-dollar renovation and construction projects. During this time, Margot also worked in a unique partnership with Arbor Hospice providing operational oversight and consultation for the Arbor Hospice Residence.

Prior to her work at Evangelical Homes of Michigan, Margot served as Operations Consultant with Trinity Continuing Care Services specializing in new business development and then as executive director for Jewish Home & Aging Services (now Jewish Senior Life). Over the course of her 12-year tenure, she increased the capacity of those served by the organization from 200 older adults to more than 2000 older adults in five counties annually.

As part of the organization’s growth, she developed new programs and services to better address the needs of those served and secured millions of dollars in endowments and gifts, exceeding the organization’s multimillion dollar capital campaign goal while reducing dependency on governance funding. Prior to that, Margot served as the Director of Operations for Mercy Services for Aging (now Trinity Continuing Care Services).

Your support is a vital component of Angela Hospice’s success, and we hope you will join us in welcoming Margot to the Angela Hospice family as we position ourselves to faithfully serve more families in the years to come.

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