Lutheran SeniorLife Welcomes New CFO

Published: Monday, August 07, 2017

Jeff Carraway has been named Lutheran SeniorLife’s new Chief Financial Officer.

“Jeff joins our organization with a deep background in the finance world of non-profit healthcare and brings not only his knowledge, but a strong desire to see Lutheran SeniorLife grow and prosper,” said David Fenoglietto, president and CEO of Lutheran SeniorLife.

Carraway was first introduced to Lutheran SeniorLife and its mission to provide an Abundant Life® to seniors two years ago when he toured its facilities.

“I remember being impressed with the quality of the facilities and the programs, and I knew I wanted to be a part of what Lutheran SeniorLife has to offer,” Carraway said. “I want to make sure this organization remains a strong, financially viable organization and one of the leaders in the industry of senior living. I am excited to be part of the process of implementing solutions for continued growth and offering innovative programs.”

Prior to joining Lutheran SeniorLife, Carraway served as the CFO for the Jewish Association on Aging in Squirrel Hill. He has spent most of his career in the healthcare field and non-profit arena with previous positions at Verland Foundation, Inc., serving those with intellectual disabilities and Family Hospice & Palliative Care.

Carraway received his bachelor’s degree in accounting from Penn State University and his MBA from the University of Pittsburgh. He currently resides in Ohio Township.

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