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Hebrew SeniorLife names first president

Louis Jay Woolf Louis Jay Woolf
By Sean Sposito
Globe Correspondent / August 20, 2009

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New England’s largest nonprofit senior care provider is appointing its first president. Hebrew SeniorLife, a 106-year-old Boston nonprofit that serves more than 8,000 people, said yesterday Louis Jay Woolf will become its operational leader effective Oct. 15. Woolf is currently executive vice president and chief operating officer at Lynn-based North Shore Medical Center - the second-largest community hospital system in ... (Full article: 239 words)

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