Greg Pang, President and Chief Executive Officer of Community Home Health & Hospice announces his retirement
Greg Pang, President and CEO of Community Home Health & Hospice, has announced his plans to retire at the end of September 2022. The Board of Directors has appointed Jason Meunier to succeed Pang as Chief Executive Officer and Chief Financial Officer on October 1, 2022.
Pang has been in his role since 2005, leading the organization in its commitment to provide the highest quality of care for hospice and home health patients. Under his leadership, Community Home Health & Hospice was able to expand services and open a second hospice care center in Clark County as well as two bereavement centers that provides free grief support to the Southwest Washington community.
“It has been an honor to serve this community,” said Pang. “My heart has grown bigger because of the compassionate and dedicated staff, donors, and volunteers I have worked beside over the past 17 years. As I move into this next phase of life, I will cherish the memories friendships and many accomplishments we achieved together as a family.”
Meunier will become Chief Executive Officer and Chief Financial Officer of Community Home Health & Hospice after serving as Director of Finance for seven years. He is heavily involved in the Longview community through his service on the Board of Directors for United Way of Cowlitz and Wahkiakum Counties, his involvement in Lower Columbia Professionals, and helping create the Longview chapter 100 Men Who Care. He was also named 2019/2020 Citizen of the Year by the Kelso Longview Elks.
“I am excited to head this new chapter in Community’s story,” said Meunier. “To lead an agency that’s so engrained in Longview’s history is a privilege and I am proud to support a team of such hard working and caring individuals.”