Ecumenical Enterprises, Inc. names Linda Kanarr, of Shavertown, as new CEO

For Dallas Post | August 3rd, 2016 3:46 pm

DALLAS — Linda Kanarr, NHA PCA, has been appointed the chief executive officer of Ecumenical Enterprises, Inc. (EEI) effective July 5.

In her role, Kanarr will direct the corporation’s multiple enterprises including the Meadows Rehabilitation and Nursing Center in Dallas, the Meadows Manor Personal Care Facility in Dallas, the High-Meadows Apartments and Meadows Apartments in Dallas, and numerous senior-living facilities throughout northeastern Pennsylvania. Kanarr becomes the third CEO since the founding of EEI in 1968.

Kanarr has a 20-year career in the healthcare industry. She has previously held positions as the executive director/administrator at the Kingston Health Care Center, Valley Crest Nursing Home in Plains, Allied Skilled Nursing Facility in Scranton and St. Mary’s Villa Nursing Home in Elmhurst Township.

Kanarr holds a bachelor’s degree in social work from C.W. Post College in Greenville, N.Y., and is a Pennsylvania-licensed nursing home administrator. She also holds a PA personal care home certification.

Kanarr and her husband, Jack, raised their three children and live in Shavertown.

Linda Kanarr was recently named the new CEO of Ecumenical Enterprises, Inc. From left are Rev. Dr. Robert Zanicky, First Presbyterian Church of Wilkes-Barre and president of the EEI Board of Directors; Kanarr; George Sailus, founding member and former president of the board of EEI; and Msgr. Donald McAndrews, founding member and former president of the Board of EEI.
http://www.mydallaspost.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/web1_New-CEO.jpgLinda Kanarr was recently named the new CEO of Ecumenical Enterprises, Inc. From left are Rev. Dr. Robert Zanicky, First Presbyterian Church of Wilkes-Barre and president of the EEI Board of Directors; Kanarr; George Sailus, founding member and former president of the board of EEI; and Msgr. Donald McAndrews, founding member and former president of the Board of EEI.

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