DiSanto to retire from Panorama

April 10th, 2016 by Ken

Joseph DiSanto, who has led Panorama for two decades, has announced that he is retiring.   His last day at the Lacey-based retirement center will be August 1, 2016.

In his 20 years of leading the Northwest’s largest continuing care retirement community, Panorama has seen significant changes in its method of operation.   DiSanto previously worked in the hospitality industry and saw the need to bring some of that service to Panorama.   “We have the hospitality of a hotel, with the service of a retirement center,” he said.

During his tenure Panorama has undergone significant physical changes as well.  It has constructed a 206-seat auditorium –  a new swimming and exercise facility – and  completely renovated its administrative offices and restaurant.   Housing on the campus of the community is renovated when units become available.

Panorama’s Board of Directors is keeping quiet on DiSanto’s replacement – but the search is obviously underway.   DiSanto  will stay in the local area and will work as a consultant.

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