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Lantern Hill Names Allison Eckhardt as Director of Finance

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Lantern Hill, a distinctive Erickson Living retirement community in New Providence, New Jersey, recently named Allison Eckhardt as director of finance. She is replacing Theresa Palladino, who recently transitioned to her new role as director of finance at Windsor Run, a new Erickson Living community in Matthews, North Carolina, scheduled to open in May 2018.

Eckhardt brings over ten years of experience in finance to her new position. Since 2006, she worked at American Express in New York where she has held various positions managing the finances of different divisions including Global Real Estate Business, and Travel & Lifestyle Services. Eckhardt holds a bachelor’s degree in International Business with a minor in Finance from Ithaca College. She resides in New Providence with her husband and two daughters.

“We are pleased to welcome Allison to Lantern Hill,” said Executive Director Patricia Swan-Jacobs. “Her wealth of experience and success in managing financial strategies will be of great benefit to our community.”

About Lantern Hill: Lantern Hill, one of 19 continuing care retirement communities managed by Erickson Living®, is situated on a scenic 20-acre campus in New Providence, New Jersey. The community is located in Union County and is home to 250 residents. Additional information about Lantern Hill can be found at LanternHillCommunity.com.

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