In Honor of Jon May
After serving Pine Castle for nearly thirty years, Jon May will retire at the end of 2017. Since joining Pine Castle in 1988 as CEO, Mr. May has contributed to the well-being of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities throughout the state and our community. As his retirement approaches, we would like to highlight a few accomplishments which have driven Pine Castle to be a leader for those with disabilities.
- Grew agency budget and staff from $1.5M/65 staff in 1988 to $6M/136 staff in 2017.
- Established a Nursing Program to support 38 residents in the Residential Services Program, and Adult Day Training Program which serves 280 persons.
- Launched fundraising efforts for the creation of a track and soccer field on campus to help improve the health and well-being our clients.
- Initiated a Psychosocial Rehabilitation program that focuses on persons with disabilities and mental health diagnosis.
- Led the first ever capital campaign in 2007 to construct the Borowy Life Enrichment Center which resulted in serving an additional 65 persons in our community.
During his thirty years of service at Pine Castle, he has left a footprint in the organization. May will be long remembered for the impact and contribution he’s made to Pine Castle and our community.