Mike Pigg Named Vice President Of Finance And Regional Vice President Of Operations At Legacy Senior Services

Tuesday, February 25, 2014

Mike Pigg has been named vice president of Finance and regional vice president of Operations at Legacy Senior Services, LLC.


The appointment was effective Dec 2, 2013.


Mr. Pigg previously served 14 years with another local healthcare network, where he received his company’s division support award, and rose to the position of regional vice president.


“Serving seniors has been a driving force in Mike’s career as a financial professional. His energetic leadership style and his vision for 21st century senior living communities make him a huge asset to the seven facilities in the Legacy Senior Services network,” said Barry Ray, president.


A Cleveland native, Mr. Pigg is a graduate of Lee University, where he received his bachelor’s degree in accounting. He and his wife, Donida, have four children.


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