Julie McKitrick is the new Executive Director for Lutheran Village at Wolf Creek.
Lutheran Homes Society (LHS) announces the appointment of Julie McKitrick as Executive Director of Lutheran Village of Wolf Creek, a retirement community located at 2001 Perrysburg-Holland Road in Holland. Mrs. McKitrick has been employed in the long-term care industry for 16 years. Most recently she was an administrator with Trilogy Health Services, where she worked for more than five years at locations in Genoa, Maumee and Willard.
As Executive Director of the Wolf Creek campus, Mrs. McKitrick will be responsible for the ongoing operations, community relations and business development of the retirement community, which is a ministry of LHS in partnership with St. Luke’s Hospital. The campus offers independent living, assisted living, long-term and short-term nursing care, rehabilitation services and respite care.
“Julie brings a great deal of experience in long-term care and short-term rehab that will assist in the advancement of medical services at Lutheran Village at Wolf Creek,” stated Donna Konst, Senior Vice President for Elder Care Services. “We are excited to have Julie as a part of the leadership team on our Wolf Creek campus.”
Mrs. McKitrick is a Licensed Nursing Home Administrator (LNHA). She earned a bachelor’s degree in gerontology from Bowling Green State University, with a specialization in long-term care administration. She resides in Oak Harbor, with her husband, John, and three children, Madison, Rylee and Logan.
“I have been a life-long member of the Lutheran Church, and I’m excited to serve as our faith instructs us to do,” Mrs. McKitrick said. “I’m very thankful for this opportunity to share my knowledge and experience with a great group of professionals, who are dedicated to providing top-notch care and services.”
Lutheran Homes Society is a social ministry organization based in Toledo, that has been serving the unique needs of youth and elderly since 1860. The Lutheran Village at Wolf Creek campus opened in 1997. Today, more than 2,500 individuals located throughout northwest Ohio and southeast Michigan benefit from the housing, medical care, and services offered through LHS ministries.