Larry Lillo has been the Executive Director for Eastern Star Masonic Retirement Campus since the summer of 2009. He has brought over seventeen years of experience in the assisted and independent living arena to this position. He has managed three assisted living communities for Sunrise Senior Living, served as a Regional Mentor, as well as an operational trouble shooter for the organization. He also has had the opportunity to manage an independent community for the Spectrum Retirement Company and been involved in the home health/Hospice business as an administrator. Larry is a past Chairman of the National Masonic Communities and Services Association and is a past Board of Director member for the Leading Age of Colorado Association; he has also served in leadership positions in a variety of community organizations over the years. His expertise in developing caring communities through effective operations and management skills has led to success in all of the communities that he has managed. Larry played a critical role in the development and construction of the Mary Barry Assisted Living building added to the Eastern Star Campus in 2014. Larry’s ongoing goals for Eastern Star include; working with the Board of Trustees on the replacement of the Robert Russell Center with a new AL building in the near future and playing an important role in the development of an Independent Senior Building on the Eastern Star Campus; continuing to offer a variety of high-quality living environments for residents on the campus to meet their changing needs; and to meet the strategic, operational and financial goals of the organization as set by the Board of Trustees. Larry and his wife have 5 children, enjoys camping with his family, spending time boating at Lake Powell, traveling throughout the US and vacationing in Las Vegas.