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The Senior Living Hall of Fame was launched by the American Seniors Housing Association in 2018 to recognize those whose significant contributions have helped shape the senior living profession.

The inaugural class of inductees included Granger Cobb, William Colson, William Kaplan, James Moore, W.E. “Bill” Sheriff, and Stan Thurston. Each year, a new class of inductees is announced at the ASHA Annual Meeting.

The Senior Living Hall of Fame Selection Committee is lead by former ASHA Chairman Larry Cohen, CEO of Trustwell Living. Committee members are Lois Bowers of McKnight’s Senior Living, Steve Monroe of The SeniorCare Investor, Tim Mullaney of Senior Housing News, and Matt Valley of Seniors Housing Business .

Year Inducted: 2021

Carl Campbell
Company: Camlu
Year Inducted: 2021
Location: Yakima, Washington

Carl Campbell

Yakima, Washington
Inducted 2021

Campbell operated seniors housing communities for 62 years from 1954 to 2016.

He leaves a legacy of tremendous philanthropy and valued mentorship.

Carl Campbell, who passed in 2020, at 98, was a pioneer investor, property owner and mentor to many in the seniors housing industry.

From Yakima, Wash., his legacy includes a retirement and assisted-living company that once spanned more than 180 communities in 21 states, and many other business and philanthropic endeavors. Carl’s influence touched a number of senior care companies, including Frontier Management, Holiday Retirement, Integral Senior Living, and Life Care Centers of America.

Carl and his wife Betty arrived in Wenatchee, Wash., in 1953 to build Parkside Manor Nursing Home. It opened a year later and continued in operation until 2007.

In the 1960s, Carl and two partners formed CAMLU Retirement Centers. The company invested in skilled nursing facilities and eventually started building its own version of congregate care retirement communities.

By fall of 2016, at age 94, Carl had sold the last four properties in his portfolio to Vancouver, Wash.-based Prestige Care.

In the minds of many, the seniors housing industry can trace its roots back to the Northwest region of the country. Sue Farrow, founder of Integral Senior Living, named Carl as an incomparable mentor. She worked for CAMLU for 16 years.

Sue says so much of what she’s implemented came from Carl: He never believed in top-down management. He hired highly qualified people and gave them autonomy to implement their responsibilities. He always put service to the seniors in his communities first. He told Sue that if you give people the very best care and service, the bottom line will follow.

Carl had deep ties to many industry leaders. His connection to Greg Roderick, president & CEO at Frontier Management, spanned three generations. Greg’s grandparents were close friends with Carl and his wife Betty. Greg’s grandfather operated several nursing homes owned by the Campbells. Then later, with the Campbell’s encouragement, Greg’s father, Ron, launched a nursing home business with Bill Colson. After Ron’s death, Greg worked for Bill and was later hired by the Campbells to manage 10 communities. “That was my start,” says Greg, whose portfolio at Frontier now includes 126 communities. “I owe a great deal of my success to their belief in me.”

So many in the profession were inspired by Carl. He celebrated employees’ successes and created an environment that allowed them to explore new roles outside of their specific disciplines. He included his key employees in ownership so they could share in the success of communities and the company, and always took the time to write personal notes to acknowledge a job well done.

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Bob Thomas
Company: Senior Star
Year Inducted: 2021
Location: Tulsa, OK

Bob Thomas

Tulsa, OK
Inducted 2021

Co-Founded Gemini Properties in 1976.

Shifted the company’s focus to senior living in 1989 with the founding of Senior Star.

Senior Star is so much more than senior living. It is about business excellence and bringing focus to community, philanthropy, volunteerism, and industry service while treating all these elements with the same passion and importance as business success. It’s about making a difference.

Twin brothers Robert D. and William F. Thomas are co-founders of their family-owned company, Senior Star, headquartered in Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Their enterprising efforts began with a lawn mowing business when they were boys. In high school and college, they focused more on their partnership on the football field—Bill played quarterback and Bob was a receiver. Then, at the age of 24, after graduating from the University of Tulsa, they established their initial business partnership, Gemini Properties, with the acquisition of an 8-unit rental property.

Their service-oriented ownership philosophy sprung from there. Senior Star has a 45-year foundation in an associate and resident centered culture. The Thomas brothers’ parents instilled in them the commitment to take ownership in the community, country, and the lives of people they touch. Attracting and cultivating strong leaders is essential to any company. For Bill and Bob it has also been intentional, allowing each of them the leeway and time to equally balance business with their passion for community and senior industry endeavors.

Robert Thomas is in his 25th year of board service to the Alzheimer’s Association. He is one of three founding members of the Alzheimer’s Impact Movement, a sister organization, where he remains the board treasurer.

William Thomas currently serves on the National Alzheimer’s Association Board. As ASHA’s 2006-2007 Chairperson, Bill introduced the Seniors Housing PAC to an annual, strategic campaign leading to a ten-fold increase in annual funding.

Locally, Bill and Bob are inductees in the Tulsa Historical Society Hall of Fame, the University of Tulsa’s Business Hall of Fame and are members of the University’s Distinguished Alumni. They have served in numerous leadership capacities (President, Campaign Chair or Executive Committee members) for Augsburg University, Cystic Fibrosis Foundation of Oklahoma, Domestic Violence Intervention Services, Family & Children’s Services, LIFE Senior Services, the Mental Health Association of Oklahoma, Philbrook Museum of Art, Tulsa Area United Way and the University of Tulsa—where they currently co-chair its long-range capital campaign.

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Bill Thomas
Company: Senior Star
Year Inducted: 2021
Location: Tulsa, OK

Bill Thomas

Tulsa, OK
Inducted 2021

Co-Founded Gemini Properties in 1976.

Shifted the company’s focus to senior living in 1989 with the founding of Senior Star.

Senior Star is so much more than senior living. It is about business excellence and bringing focus to community, philanthropy, volunteerism, and industry service while treating all these elements with the same passion and importance as business success. It’s about making a difference.

Twin brothers Robert D. and William F. Thomas are co-founders of their family-owned company, Senior Star, headquartered in Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Their enterprising efforts began with a lawn mowing business when they were boys. In high school and college, they focused more on their partnership on the football field—Bill played quarterback and Bob was a receiver. Then, at the age of 24, after graduating from the University of Tulsa, they established their initial business partnership, Gemini Properties, with the acquisition of an 8-unit rental property.

Their service-oriented ownership philosophy sprung from there. Senior Star has a 45-year foundation in an associate and resident centered culture. The Thomas brothers’ parents instilled in them the commitment to take ownership in the community, country, and the lives of people they touch. Attracting and cultivating strong leaders is essential to any company. For Bill and Bob it has also been intentional, allowing each of them the leeway and time to equally balance business with their passion for community and senior industry endeavors.

Robert Thomas is in his 25th year of board service to the Alzheimer’s Association. He is one of three founding members of the Alzheimer’s Impact Movement, a sister organization, where he remains the board treasurer.

William Thomas currently serves on the National Alzheimer’s Association Board. As ASHA’s 2006-2007 Chairperson, Bill introduced the Seniors Housing PAC to an annual, strategic campaign leading to a ten-fold increase in annual funding.

Locally, Bill and Bob are inductees in the Tulsa Historical Society Hall of Fame, the University of Tulsa’s Business Hall of Fame and are members of the University’s Distinguished Alumni. They have served in numerous leadership capacities (President, Campaign Chair or Executive Committee members) for Augsburg University, Cystic Fibrosis Foundation of Oklahoma, Domestic Violence Intervention Services, Family & Children’s Services, LIFE Senior Services, the Mental Health Association of Oklahoma, Philbrook Museum of Art, Tulsa Area United Way and the University of Tulsa—where they currently co-chair its long-range capital campaign.

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Patricia Will
Company: Belmont Village Senior Living
Year Inducted: 2021
Location: Houston, TX

Patricia Will

Houston, TX
Inducted 2021

Her Belmont Village Senior Living brand brought U.S.-style senior living to Mexico.

Under Will’s leadership, the company has won numerous design and development awards.

Patricia Will, Founder and CEO of Belmont Village Senior Living, has been an innovative force in the seniors housing sector ever since she launched her company in 1997, a time of rapid expansion in the industry.
Patricia built her business after earning an MBA at Harvard Business School. At the time she enrolled, she admittedly didn’t know a debit from a credit or how to read a financial statement. And she says she certainly hadn’t thought much about leadership. She later described the experience at Harvard as “life-changing.”

Her company set out to fill a void in the assisted living space by combining the best practices of gerontology, hospitality and architecture to create a high-end product, the cornerstone of which is programming designed to truly enrich residents’ lives.

That mission led to the development of Belmont Village West University, which opened in Houston in 1998. Today, Belmont has 31 operating communities nationally and in Mexico City. The company continues to develop new projects and has three communities slated to open in 2022 in California and Florida.

Patricia has built a strong brand that is highly respected. “Our goal has never been to be the biggest, just the best,” she says.

Belmont Village Senior Living brought U.S.-style senior living to Mexico. The company opened a high-rise project in Mexico City in 2017. At the time, there was virtually no senior living in a city of 21 million people. The 135-unit project is in the Santa Fe district and is part of a mixed-use development, connected by a sky bridge to ABC Medical Center, the top hospital in Mexico City.

Patricia has worked in real estate and health care for more than 25 years. In 1994, she co-founded Mischer Healthcare Services, which was the launch pad for Belmont Village. As a developer, she had a knack for conceiving what she wanted to build, picturing what it should ultimately be, and visualizing the construction.

She is Chairman Emeritus of the American Seniors Housing Association and is on the Board of Directors and the Public Policy Committee of the California Assisted Living Association (CALA), the Board of Directors for the Texas Assisted Living Association (TALA), and the Executive Advisory Board for Argentum. She also serves on the boards of the USC Davis School of Gerontology and the UCLA Center for Longevity.

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Year Inducted: 2020

Lynne Katzmann, Ph.D.
Company: Juniper Communities
Year Inducted: 2020
Location: Bloomfield, NJ

Lynne Katzmann, Ph.D.

Bloomfield, NJ
Inducted 2020
  • Founded senior living organization guided by the principles of corporate social entrepreneurship
  • Pioneered integrated care model to participate in capitated and risk-based reimbursement

Lynne Katzmann founded Juniper Communities, which invests in, develops and operates senior living and long-term care communities at the age of thirty-two. Bringing with her no financial backing, a mere six year’s business experience and a PhD in economics, her mission was to improve the last years of life for seniors.

Katzmann believed that a woman could and should lead this business where the customers—staff, residents and family caregivers—were predominantly women. Her goal was to make Juniper profitable for investors; and as a founder of the then nascent corporate social entrepreneurship movement, she would adhere to the double bottom line: doing well by doing good.

Today, 31 years later, CEO Katzmann continues to actively lead Juniper, now with 22 properties in three states. Juniper is ranked #12 by Crain’s New York on its annual Top 50 ranking of woman-owned companies for the New York tri-state area.

Juniper’s investors have enjoyed double digit annual returns while her residents, their families and Juniper Associates give the company high marks on annual customer satisfaction studies. Health-related metrics, such as low hospital readmissions, support Juniper achievements with hard data indicators.

Juniper has developed and now shared a pioneering model of integrated care that will better position Juniper and other senior living operators to participate in capitated and risk-based reimbursement. Called Connect4Life, the program integrates with other services using a “high-tech/high-touch” communications protocol that transfers information through an electronic health record (EHR) and coordinates care through a human navigator.

Lynne is now launching an operator-sponsored Medicare Advantage I-SNP, collaborating with Christian Living Communities, Englewood, CO, and Ohio Living, Columbus, OH. Under The Perennial Consortium banner, the group plans to go live with the network in 2021 and to expand via partnerships with additional operator stakeholders.

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Alice & Emmett Koelsch
Company: Koelsch Communities
Year Inducted: 2020
Location: Olympia, WA

Alice & Emmett Koelsch

Olympia, WA
Inducted 2020
  • Opened the Delaware Plaza in 1971, one of the first communities in the nation to provide “assisted living”
  • Laid the groundwork for three family-owned and operated senior living organizations: Koelsch Communities, Jerry Erwin Associates and Weatherly Inns, totaling over 100 communities nation-wide

Emmett and Alice Koelsch risked it all on a shuttered nursing home in 1958. Guided by their family values and deeply held faith, they became innovators and leaders in the seniors housing industry.

The Koelsch family story is one of classic American success. Emmett Koelsch started his life on a farm in Great Bend, KS, and moved to Longview, WA at 17-years-old where he worked various jobs as a milkman, construction worker, and horse logger.

He met Alice at the St. Helen’s Inn, where she was waiting tables. They both started at Reynolds Metals, where Emmett was employed before and after his service during World War II. After 21 years and rising to a management position, Emmett left Reynolds Metals to pursue a new business: Seniors housing.

Emmett and Alice Koelsch started their family business in 1958 with the acquisition of a nursing home in Kelso, WA that had 52 beds, all of them empty. They moved themselves and their five children into the basement of the nursing home and got to work, buying or building every nursing home in Cowlitz County over the next 10 years.

In 1971, the couple had an idea: Provide care for those who could not live alone but did not require skilled nursing services. They built the Delaware Plaza in Longview, WA, providing meals, housekeeping and medication management for their residents, 10 years before the term “assisted living” was coined.

Emmett and Alice built a highly respected senior living business over the next 25 years. When they retired, all five of their children followed in their footsteps, starting their own seniors housing businesses with the foundation that Emmett and Alice laid. These businesses now operate over 100 communities in 21 states. The Koelsch children have never lost the values instilled by Emmett and Alice: Courtesy, integrity and treating everyone with dignity and respect.

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Margaret Wylde, Ph.D.
Company: ProMatura Group
Year Inducted: 2020
Location: Oxford, MS

Margaret Wylde, Ph.D.

Oxford, MS
Inducted 2020
  • Founded ProMatura Group in 1984, specializing in 55+ age-qualified research, planning and programming
  • Author of numerous research studies examining customer attributes and preferences

Dr. Margaret Wylde started ProMatura Group in 1984 and since that time has conducted an extensive body of research that has significantly improved the collective understanding of the 55+ market.

The numerous and noteworthy research studies she has led include: Prospective Independent Living Customers: Key Findings from a Study of Prospects and Hold Outs (2013); Unlocking the Mystery Behind Very Satisfied Customers: Make Them Feel at Home (2014); Senior Living Technology Report (2017); and People, Place, Programming: Quality of Life in Assisted Living (2019).

In addition, Dr. Wylde has had a significant impact on community planning research that defines lifestyles, residences, amenities, services, payment plans, and pricing across North America, Europe and Australia.

ProMatura’s age-qualified housing expertise spans empty nester (55+) housing, as well as independent living, assisted living, care for those with Alzheimer’s disease or other forms of dementia, continuing care retirement communities, and nursing care.

ProMatura has collected data since 2003 for use by investors and developers of age-qualified, service-enriched housing and provides this to the National Investment Center for the Seniors Housing & Care Industry (NIC), which uses the data to track key market trends quarterly.

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Year Inducted: 2019

Debra Cafaro
Company: Ventas, Inc.
Year Inducted: 2019
Location: Chicago, IL

Debra Cafaro

Chicago, IL
Inducted 2019

• CEO of a leading S&P 500 company
• Real Estate Investment Trust (REIT) owns approximately 1,200 seniors housing, health care and university-based research and innovation properties

The trajectory of Debra A. Cafaro’s career is extraordinary. She has excelled by virtually any measure, with her ascent culminating in leading an S&P 500 company with a market capitalization reaching $26 billion at its peak.

Seniors housing’s dynamic growth and emergence as a highly valued investment during her 19-year tenure as Chief Executive Officer of Ventas, Inc. are due in no small part to Cafaro’s vision and leadership. She saw early on that this burgeoning business was ripe for consolidation with the irrefutable, impending swing in demographics promising to power it forward. Investors took notice.

Under her guidance, Ventas has amassed a diversified portfolio of approximately 1,200 senior living, university-based research and innovation, and health care properties spanning North America and the United Kingdom. The upside for Wall Street: a compound annual total shareholder return of 23 percent since January 2000.

When Cafaro joined Ventas in 1999 after graduating with honors from Notre Dame, receiving her law degree cum laude from the University of Chicago and practicing real estate, finance and corporate law, the REIT had a market capitalization of only $200 million. Its principal tenant was Vencor, which operated primarily skilled nursing homes and long-term acute care hospitals.

Under intense financial pressure Vencor eventually declared bankruptcy and reorganized later as Kindred Healthcare. But Cafaro deftly led Ventas through the aftermath of its tenant’s troubles and pushed ahead to diversify its holdings. She took on the additional role of Chairman of the Board in 2003.

Ventas has made more than $30 billion in strategic investments since 2004. Today, it owns 727 seniors housing communities, just over half of its portfolio’s net operating income (NOI), in addition to medical office buildings, university-based research and innovation centers, post-acute care facilities and health systems.

Throughout her tenure at Ventas, Cafaro has drawn widespread recognition and praise for delivering consistent growth and exercising prescient foresight.

She was twice named one of the World’s 100 Most Powerful Women by Forbes Magazine; a Top 50 Best-Performing CEOs in the World by Harvard Business Review every year since 2014; one of the 100 Most Influential People in Healthcare five times by Modern Healthcare; and highlighted in The 70 Elite real estate executives who shaped the industry for the past 70 years by Real Estate Forum.

Additionally, she was named as one of the Bankable 21 CEOs in the book Get Rich Carefully by CNBC Mad Money host Jim Cramer and as one of nine Game-Changers in commercial real estate since 2000 by GlobeSt.com. Cafaro also was honored with the Industry Leadership Award by the National Association of Real Estate Investment Trusts (NAREIT).

She was named Chair of The Real Estate Roundtable in 2018, a public policy organization that brings together leaders of the nation’s top real estate ownership, development, lending and management firms to address key national policy issues relating to real estate. She is a member of the Business Council; serves on the executive committee of The Economic Club of Chicago and the Boards of The PNC Financial Services Group, Inc. (NYSE: PNC), the University of Chicago, Chicago Infrastructure Trust, Executives’ Club of Chicago, and World Business Chicago.

Cafaro grew up in Pittsburgh, where she was an avid fan of the city’s professional sports. In 2016, she became an owner of the NHL Pittsburgh Penguins and a member of its Management Committee, just in time to celebrate the team’s back-to-back Stanley Cup championships in 2016 and 2017.

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Paul Klaassen
Company: Sunrise Senior Living
Year Inducted: 2019
Location: McLean, VA

Paul Klaassen

McLean, VA
Inducted 2019

• Founded publicly traded assisted living leader
• Built portfolio of 450 communities in four countries

It all started in 1981 in an abandoned, former nursing home. This was where Paul and Terry Klaassen’s vision for what soon became known as assisted living got its start.
Their foresight and incomparable innovation triggered a national movement.

Investors took their cue from the Klaassens’ new addition to the senior living continuum, unleashing a flurry of assisted living development that gave seniors a novel approach to receiving care by rejecting institutionalization in favor of a more traditional, home-like setting with support services.

Sunrise Senior Living, with its signature Victorian-style communities, eventually grew under Klaassen’s leadership to more than 450 communities in four countries with approximately 50,000 residents and 43,000 employees.

After starting in the suburbs of northern Virginia and opening three communities in three years, Klaassen set his sights on becoming a growth company and achieving scale. This was when the Sunrise Victorian prototype was developed.

His criteria: “It had to be built on three acres anywhere in the country. It had to be reproducible. It had to have timeless appeal.”

Additional funding for his expansion plans came after private equity in the early 1990s secured a 25 percent interest in the company. Development jumped from two properties a year to 10 annually.

Sunrise went public in 1996 and the development pace accelerated to 20 a year. When Klaassen stepped down as CEO in 2008, 30 properties were under construction.

The inspiration behind Klaassen’s assisted living archetype came largely from his childhood experiences in the Netherlands, where elder care communities were called “verzorgingstehuizen”.

He watched his grandparents flourish in one of these communities as they aged. They enjoyed the independence and dignity of doing all the things they had always done – shopping, cooking and personal hobbies – but had access to assistance when they needed it.

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Anthony Mullen
Company: National Investment Center for Seniors Housing & Care (NIC)
Year Inducted: 2019
Location: Annapolis, MD

Anthony Mullen

Annapolis, MD
Inducted 2019

• Co-founded NIC and pioneered NIC MAP Data Service
• Led annual Advanced Sales and Marketing Summit

Tony Mullen’s legacy in senior living stretches far and wide.

He was a multi-faceted talent with a supreme grasp of data and analytics who poignantly and persuasively enumerated during the formative years of the industry why its investment returns were equal to and often superior to those of the traditional commercial property types.

He had a deep, intricate understanding of the unique fundamentals, strategies and tactics that are absolutely essential to successfully marketing and selling the merits of a senior living community. By applying his insights, operators across the country saw their market penetration rates surge.

And knowing that the future of senior living is inextricably tied to preparing tomorrow’s leaders for the multi-disciplinary demands of the business, he co-founded graduate level seniors housing and care programs at two universities.

Mullen, who at age 61 passed away in 2018, was in the vanguard of identifying, collecting and disseminating the myriad seniors housing metrics that financial institutions and operators rely on to benchmark the industry’s performance.

He was a co-founder in 1991 of the National Investment Center for Seniors Housing & Care (NIC) and served as its first research director before chairing NIC’s research committee and then becoming a senior fellow. He was instrumental in creating the NIC MAP Data Service, which tracks senior living metrics in the largest metropolitan areas across the country.

The State of Seniors Housing, the annual compendium founded by the American Seniors Housing Association that tracks the industry’s financial and operating performance, was another milestone where Mullen played a pivotal role in drilling deeper into communities’ data.

His mastery of senior living transcended analytics. In 1996, he founded the annual Advanced Sales and Marketing Summit, where for 21 years he assembled the foremost experts in senior living who shared their best practices in sales conversions. The symposium built a well-earned reputation for challenging the industry’s status quo and traditional sales methodologies, while advancing thought-provoking, customer-centric selling skills.

He leaves a lasting heritage that will be passed down to the future generations of senior living management, thanks to his role in co-founding the graduate-level seniors housing and care programs at Johns Hopkins University and the University of Maryland, Baltimore County.

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Year Inducted: 2018

Granger Cobb
Company: Emeritus Senior Living
Year Inducted: 2018
Location: Seattle, WA

Granger Cobb

Seattle, WA
Inducted 2018

Granger Cobb during a 32-year span rose from executive director of an assisted living community to CEO of Emeritus Senior Living, the largest assisted living company in the nation, before spearheading a $2.8 billion merger with Brookdale Senior Living.

Combining the two publicly traded operators unified over 1,161 communities with approximately 112,700 units in 46 states.

When Cobb passed away at the age of 55 in 2015, he was a member of Brookdale’s board of directors. A resident of Seattle, he was commemorated with the founding of The Granger Cobb Institute for Senior Living at Washington State University.

He began his senior living career shortly after graduating from the University of California, Los Angeles and five years later in 1989 founded with his wife, Tina, Cobbco, Inc., a California-based assisted living company. After Cobbco was acquired in 1998 by Summerville Senior Living, he served from 2000 to 2007 as the combined company’s president, CEO and director.

Seattle-based Emeritus Senior Living merged with Summerville in 2007. During Cobb’s tenure as president and CEO of Emeritus prior to joining Brookdale in 2014, Emeritus grew to more than 500 communities in 45 states with over 31,000 employees serving almost 54,000 residents.

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Bill Colson
Company: Holiday Retirement Corp.
Year Inducted: 2018
Location: Salem, OR

Bill Colson

Salem, OR
Inducted 2018

The breadth of Bill Colson’s legacy in seniors housing is a testament to his guile, foresight and perseverance. Quietly yet confidently, he shrewdly built an international enterprise over the course of 36 years with more than 300 independent living communities that ultimately sold for $6.5 billion.

An unabashed contrarian who zeroed in on the middle market and relentlessly stressed affordability, he founded what became Holiday Retirement Corp. in 1971. Based in Salem, OR, his group developed, constructed, acquired and managed a portfolio that eventually spanned the U.S., Canada, France and the United Kingdom.

Colson, who passed away in 2007, is widely recognized across the seniors housing profession as a visionary who saw the potential in building independent living apartments that featured food service, transportation and social activities long before others began to take notice when development surged in the 1990s.

A typical Holiday community during the company’s heyday was built in a second or third tier market at a cost of approximately $7 million. With about 110 units, it opened at 50 percent occupancy and quickly reached pro forma stabilization within a year.

He is held in the highest regard and with the utmost respect throughout the seniors housing business as one of its legendary founders. Ask any of his colleagues and peers about Bill Colson, and the admiration is unequivocal: Irrepressible enthusiasm, inspirational, witty, genuine, provocative and always forthright.

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