The Board of Trustees of The Ohio Masonic Home (OMH) elected Terry W. Posey as Board Chair effective April 1, 2012.
Elected by unanimous vote, Posey accepted the position and expressed his gratitude for the faith in him to conduct and lead this historic organization. He has served on the parent board of OMH, the Springfield Masonic Community board, the OMH compensation committee and the search committee that brought current Chief Executive Officer Tom Stofac to OMH.
Terry worked on the Dayton police force as a Patrol Officer, Detective, and Police Sergeant from 1968 to 1987, during which time he received the Medal of Valor, the highest honor awarded a living police officer. He is a graduate of the University of Dayton magna cum laude with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Psychology and Criminal Justice and of The Capital University Law School earning a Juris Doctor cum laude. Currently, he is a trial attorney in private practice with the firm of Posey and Caspar of Dayton Ohio.
“We are pleased to have someone with Terry’s experience lead our Parent Board,” said CEO Tom Stofac. “His heartfelt dedication and commitment to the organization will be instrumental in the future as we continue to partner with seniors across the state of Ohio in an effort to bring them the innovative services and products they need.”
As the Board Chair for The Ohio Masonic Home, Posey will be responsible for the long-term guidance, direction and success of the Board of Trustees.
Since its incorporation in 1890, The Ohio Masonic Home has provided continuous long-term care to residents of the State of Ohio. The Home serves nearly 750 residents on campuses located in Springfield, Waterville and Medina, Ohio. The organization also provides home and community- based services in various locations across the state.