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Michael Munter Named to Wisconsin Assisted Living Association Board
Date:7/28/2009

Chief Operating Officer for CRL Senior Living Communities to work with Association on quality initiatives

Neenah, Wis. (Vocus) July 28, 2009 -- CRL Senior Living Communities announced today that Michael Munter, the company's Chief Operating Officer has been named to the board of directors for the Wisconsin Assisted Living Association (WALA).

A seasoned healthcare executive, Munter has strong general management experience in finance, operations, marketing and business development. Having worked for one of the largest privately owned senior housing companies in the country, he has a passion for providing seniors with the highest level of customer service and quality clinical care. As a representative of CRL Senior Living Communities, Munter will provide input and direction into furthering the mission of WALA.

"This is an exciting opportunity for CRL Senior Living Communities. By partnering with an organization like WALA we can demonstrate and further our company's commitment to providing quality and innovative senior housing by working with successful like-minded individuals. It's truly an honor and a privilege to be part of such a dynamic and passionate organization," says Michael Munter, COO for CRL Senior Living Communities.

"Mike brings with him a wealth of experience in serving seniors and I'm very excited that he's accepted the offer of the position on our board. We look forward to his input as we go forward facing the many challenges and new opportunities that will face WALA in the years to come," says Bob Lightfoot, WALA board president.

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