With over 15 years dedicated to advocating for the well-being of older adults, Gary March has consistently demonstrated a passion for creating enriching environments that empower older adults to lead fulfilling lives. His journey in healthcare leadership has been marked by a commitment to excellence, strategic planning, and a person-centered approach.
As the former Executive Director at Peregrine Colonie, Gary has honed his skills in strategic planning, program development, and budget management—essential elements for successfully leading a nonprofit organization. His collaborative leadership style, rooted in transparency and teamwork, has consistently driven positive outcomes for staff and residents.
Gary’s leadership has transcended administrative roles to create tangible improvements in the lives of seniors. From overseeing facility transformations to navigating organizational change gracefully, he has left an indelible mark on every community he has served. His results-oriented mindset and financial acumen have consistently contributed to sustainable operations and growth.
Gary’s commitment to community service extends far beyond the healthcare setting. His role as President of the West Glenville Fire Department and Commissioner since 2021 reflects his dedication to serving and improving the community. As a member of the Ulster County United Way Board of Directors from 2010 to 2013, Gary consistently demonstrated his commitment to making a positive impact beyond the walls of healthcare facilities.
As Executive Director, Gary March is poised to lead LifePath into an exciting future. His passion for seniors’ welfare, proven track record of leadership, and collaborative spirit align seamlessly with the LifePath mission. We look forward to Gary’s positive impact on our organization and the older friends and neighbors we serve.
Please join us in extending a warm welcome to Gary March as he embarks on this exciting journey as the Executive Director of LifePath. Together, we anticipate a future filled with innovation, compassion, and continued dedication to enhancing the lives of our beloved seniors.