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Knute Nelson in Alexandria supports Glenwood Retirement Village with management relationship

“We are passionate about GRV’s mission to ‘serve others with excellence, enhancing their quality of life through innovative health, housing, spiritual, and social services,’” said Mark Anderson, president and CEO of Knute Nelson.

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ALEXANDRIA — Knute Nelson has begun a new management relationship with Glenwood Retirement Village (GRV) effective Monday, October 10. It will support GRV through a variety of operational, financial and support roles.

“We are passionate about GRV’s mission to ‘serve others with excellence, enhancing their quality of life through innovative health, housing, spiritual, and social services,’” said Mark Anderson, president and CEO of Knute Nelson. “This, combined with their Christian heritage, make them the perfect fit to work with the team at Knute Nelson. We are honored they chose us to support them in various ways while they carry out their important work to serve the Glenwood community’s aging adults.”

GRV has been operating for more than 50 years and offers a care center, assisted living and independent living options. It is a locally owned and operated organization and will continue to be governed by its board of directors: Doug Bogie (Chair), Mike Larson, Laura Jergenson, Beth Snider, Allen Dahlseng, Sharon Isdahl, Sharon Braaten, Tom Taile and Jodi McGinty.

“The board is committed to providing the best experience possible for the team and residents of Glenwood Retirement Village and we believe we can do that by partnering with Knute Nelson,” said Doug Bogie, GRV board chair. “The long-term care industry is ever-changing, and we are grateful to have found a partner who understands those changes and who can help us ensure everyone at GRV is supported in the ways that are needed.”

Knute Nelson, based in Alexandria, has provided management consulting services for other locally-led long-term care organizations. Its existing management partnerships include Franciscan Sisters of Little Falls, Crystal Brook Senior Living of Park Rapids, Ethos Home Health Care and Hospice of Fargo and Pelican Valley Senior Living of Pelican Rapids.

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Learn more about Knute Nelson’s management and consulting services at www.knutenelson.org/consulting .

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