Dave Armstrong, Executive Director, RetiresOctober 28, 2019
Dave, Executive Director at Lutheran Living, is retiring October 31, 2019. Dave has been in this profession for 35 years and 11 of those years has been here at Lutheran Living. He has worked in 5 different states: Nebraska, Minnesota, Iowa, North and South Dakota. He also worked in 3 different senior care campuses, one being Lutheran Living Senior Campus. Dave is married to his wife, Laurie and they have 2 children. His plans for retirement is to “enjoy life, golfing, and family time.”
Dave tells us what inspired him to become a Healthcare Administrator, “My mother-in-law was a Director of Nursing and introduced me to senior care.” His favorite things about working in this profession are “residents, families and staff.” He loves seeing the service and care for people throughout the senior care community. His favorite things about Lutheran Living are “the people and the leadership staff.” He states, “There are a lot of good, caring people in this profession and that’s what makes a world of difference for the residents and families.”
An accomplishment he has achieved throughout his career is building a child daycare center on a senior care campus. “Children would visit residents and you could tell it brighten their days.” Other accomplishments throughout his career include: building an 18-unit HUD project for a senior community and large expansions and remodels of two senior care campus. Lutheran Living Senior Campus was the largest project he worked on which launched this campus for the future of senior care in this community.
Dave expresses his gratitude for present and past board members for their dedication to senior care in the Muscatine community.
Dave will always be remembered for his accomplishments. Thank you, Dave, for your years of hard work and dedication to the Lutheran Living team. We hope you enjoy your well-deserved retirement and play a few rounds of golf!
Lutheran Living will host a Farewell Party in Dave's honor, please join us!
October 30, 2019
1 - 3 PM