LIVONIA — A health care and human services veteran, Margot J. Parr, has been named the new president and CEO of Angela Hospice.
For nearly 10 years, Parr served in leadership roles for Evangelical Homes of Michigan in Farmington Hills and most recently as senior executive director. Parr led a staff of more than 500 team members, managed a multimillion-dollar budget, actively engaged in fund development, developed new programs and successfully completed several multimillion-dollar renovation and construction projects. During this time, Parr also worked in a partnership with Arbor Hospice providing operational oversight and consultation for the Arbor Hospice Residence located in Ann Arbor.
Additionally, Parr served as operations consultant with Trinity Continuing Care Services specializing in new business development and then as executive director for Jewish Home & Aging Services (now Jewish Senior Life) in West Bloomfield. Prior to that, Parr served as the Director of Operations for Mercy Services for Aging (now Trinity Continuing Care Services).
Parr received her Bachelor of Science in health services administration from Lockyear College in Indianapolis and completed coursework toward a Master of Science in Hospice and Palliative Care Studies from Madonna University. She also received her certification in fund raising management from The Center on Philanthropy in Indiana University. Parr is licensed as a Nursing Home Administrator by the State of Michigan, is a former nurse and is a United States Army veteran.
Mary Beth Moning, who has served as the organization’s interim President and CEO since March 2014 will resume her role as Executive Director of Angela Hospice, a position she served in for eight years.