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Jen Fullhart promoted to vice president of assisted living at Cedar Community | By Carrie Sturn

 West Bend, Wi Cedar Community is pleased to announce the promotion of Jen Fullhart to vice president of assisted living.
Jen Fullhart

Fullhart has been with Cedar Community for nine and a half years and has grown steadily in her career–from her start in nurse scheduling, and then moving to human resources, to her role as The Cottages administrator, to the director of assisted living.

She has continued to develop her strong leadership skills and enhanced her education along the way.  Fullhart has a Bachelor of Science in healthcare administration, a minor in business administration and a master’s degree in human resources and labor relations. 

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Jen will continue to lead the assisted living division along with her team–Assisted Living Director of Nursing Jess Mohr, The Cottages Administrator Lindsay Sauer, The Willows at Cedar Lake Manager Emily Verran, and Elkhart Lake Campus Director Rachel Wolfe.

“Jen’s thoughtful and caring approach with residents, families, and team members will help her continue to grow in her new role, while also being an important voice on the executive council for Cedar Community,” said Nicole Pretre, CEO.

About Cedar Community

Live more at Cedar Community, where their natural settings, faith-based mission, and high-quality services afford seniors the opportunity to live a more purposeful, fulfilled life among family and friends. From beautiful homes and apartments for active and independent retirees, to assisted living, short-term care and rehabilitation, skilled nursing, memory loss services, and home health and hospice, Cedar Community is the only not-for-profit senior retirement community in Washington County providing comprehensive residential and healthcare services for adults age 55 and better. 

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