Lucy Corr Village dedicates Springdale’s pub in honor of retired CEO

Chesterfield County officials, Lucy Corr Village’s governing board and staff, and friends and family gathered recently to dedicate Jake’s Place, Springdale’s pub, in honor of Jacob W. Mast, Jr., Lucy Corr’s retired CEO.

Mast spent his career as a long-term healthcare administrator and CEO, serving Lucy Corr Village residents, families, staff and members of the community for nearly 30 years. He inspired the development and construction of a state-of-the-art healthcare center, the first unit for dementia residents in Virginia, licensed Assisted Living Facility, Adult Day Center, and finally, Springdale, independent living in a full service Continuing Care Retirement Community.   Health Center Commission Chairman Dr. David Beam thanked Mast for recently serving as interim CEO.  Mast’s wife, Kay, and his two sons, Rob and Chris, and their families attended the dedication. Mast has an undergraduate degree from Randolph Macon College and graduate degree from Virginia Commonwealth University, and is a decorated veteran, having received the Bronze Star, Distinguished Flying Cross, and Vietnamese Cross of Gallantry while serving in Korea and Vietnam.

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