United Church Homes appoints John Stoner to Senior VP
Written by staff and wire reports
January 3, 2012

John Stoner

United Church Homes, Inc., a UCC-related, non-profit provider of homes and health care for seniors of all faiths, has promoted John Stoner to senior vice president and chief financial officer. The promotion was effective Dec. 12.

Stoner, previously vice president of financial services and CFO, will lead efforts to build and diversify United Church Homes' community portfolio in key geographic regions. He will assume responsibilities for the company.

Stoner, previously vice president of financial services and CFO, will lead efforts to build and diversify United Church Homes' community portfolio in key geographic regions. He will assume responsibilities for the company's affordable housing division, marketing and information services in its home office in Marion, Ohio.

The promotion signals a greater emphasis on strategic planning and financial repositioning of United Church Homes, a 92-year-old company serving more than 3,500 seniors in 67 communities located in more than a dozen states nationwide.

"John Stoner is an invaluable asset to United Church Homes," said the Rev. Kenneth Daniel, company president and CEO. "His expertise and experience will enhance our strategic planning and positioning for future growth. We are pleased to have him on board in this capacity and look forward to taking the company into the future while building on our existing core values of stewardship and service."

Stoner joined the company in 2008 and directed the financial repositioning of UCH through challenging economic times.

"I look forward to this exciting new chapter in our nearly 100-year history of creating high- quality living environments for seniors around the United States," said Stoner, who will continue to serve on boards of various non-profit groups.

Prior to joining United Church Homes, Stoner was executive vice president, chief operating officer and CFO of Akron Children¹s Hospital, where his responsibilities included strategic planning.

Stoner has also worked at Ernst & Young. He earned a bachelor¹s degree in business from the University of Dayton and a master¹s degree from Kent State University.

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