Lois Lintern, a Burcham Hills resident, has been appointed to the board of directors of the Burcham Hills Foundation.
Meadows is a former assistant attorney general, a former East Lansing city council member and was mayor of East Lansing from 1997 to 2005. He served in the House from 2006 to 2013 and is a shareholder in the East Lansing law firm Willingham & Cote’, P.C.
An East Lansing resident since 1980, Meadows is the current president of the East Lansing Kiwanis Club, chairman of the board of directors of Home Town Housing Partnership, member of the East Lansing Housing Commission and on the board of directors of the Ingham County Economic Development Corp.
The Burcham Hills Foundation board is a volunteer group representing supporters of Burcham Hills. The Foundation’s strategic focus is to attract the resources necessary to maintain the buildings, services and programming quality of Burcham Hills Retirement Community.
Burcham Hills is a continuum of care retirement community providing quality retirement living in its Resident Center and short-term rehabilitation and skilled nursing care in its Center for Health & Rehabilitation. A not-for-profit community, Burcham Hills was founded in 1974 and offers the most flexible range of senior housing options on a 46 acre campus in East Lansing.