Dan Lindh, President & CEO of Presbyterian Homes & Services, received the LeadingAge Award of Honor for his extraordinary leadership and service to older adults. The Award of Honor, the highest award LeadingAge bestows, was presented to Dan on Sunday, October 27 at the LeadingAge Annual Meeting held in San Diego California. The theme of this year’s event was “What If?”
After accepting the award, Dan said in his remarks, “In this audience are some of the best leaders and most capable organizations in our field. I’ve learned much from and been taught much by people in this room.” He expressed appreciation for the leadership of LeadingAge and its Minnesota Chapter, the board and employees of PHS, his wife Jeannie and, “In the end, our Lord’s blessings,” he said.
Here was the view from the seats of our PHS team attending the ceremony!
Dan joined Presbyterian Homes & Services (PHS) in 1976 as an accountant. Over time, he has served as CFO, CAO, head of project development and COO prior to being named President and CEO in 1996. PHS is proud to have such an exceptional leader contributing to our mission. It is through his hard work that we are able to serve older adults and make the greater communities we serve stronger at the same time.
Please join us as we congratulate Dan Lindh on this award!