Local executive Alan E. Bottorff recently joined the board of Wellington Cares. Bottorff is the chief executive officer and administrator of Admiralty Home Health Care. He has more than 20 years of success in high-profile, top-tier roles as a leader within various industries, as well as the military.
“I’m honored to have been asked to become a member of the Wellington Cares board,” Bottorff said. “I have spent six years in the healthcare field, and I am looking forward to contributing to the success of this volunteer-based organization.”
Bottorff spent 20 years in the U.S. Navy, where he was promoted to chief petty officer and was awarded seven medals during his service.
“We are very happy that Alan has joined the board,” said Kathy Foster, executive director of Wellington Cares. “His many years in the healthcare field, as well as strategic planning and tactical execution experience, will be beneficial to the organization.”
Bottorff joined the board over the summer and has been instrumental in planning Wellington Cares’ second annual luncheon in November.
Wellington Cares is a community-based, not-for-profit organization committed to coordinating volunteers of all ages to assist in enabling persons over the age of 65 to remain in their home with the support of Wellington community residents and local organizations. Wellington Cares is committed to responding to the various needs of senior residents with the goal to build, within the community of Wellington, a better place for people to grow old and remain in their homes.
For more information about Wellington Cares, call (561) 568-8818 or visit www.wellingtoncaresorg.com.
ABOVE: Alan Bottorff