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Taking the helm

Windsor Run welcomes associate executive director

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October 12th, 2017
Photo of Bo Lundh, Windsor Run’s associate executive director.

“This is a new and exciting time for the entire Windsor Run family,” says Photo of Bo Lundh, Windsor Run’s associate executive director.


Windsor Run is pleased to announce Bo Lundh as the community’s first associate executive director. In this role, he will oversee the General Services and Resident Life departments for the 60-acre campus.

Lundh currently serves as the associate executive director of Oak Crest, a sister community located in Baltimore County, Md.  He began his career with Erickson Living 22 years ago as a senior accountant at Oak Crest and earned a promotion to controller later that year.  

In 2000, Lundh became the director of finance for Riderwood, an Erickson Living community in the Washington, D.C., suburbs where he also served as associate executive director and director of operations.  Prior to joining Erickson Living, he had nine years of experience in finance working for the Swedish government, specializing in elder care and health care. 

“Bo’s accomplishments and experience with our communities in Maryland provide him a strong perspective as Windsor Run prepares to open its doors next year,” says Kerry Jones, vice president of corporate operations for Erickson Living.  “For more than 20 years, Bo has embraced our mission and values, helping thousands of residents live better lives.  We are excited to see him accept this leadership position in Matthews.”

Lundh holds a B.S. degree in finance from the University of Lund in Sweden. He is a graduate of Leadership Montgomery, an educational program that connects leaders from the private, public, and nonprofit sectors.

“I am very excited to join the Windsor Run team,” says Lundh. “As part of the startup team at Riderwood, I witnessed the growth of the Erickson Living community from the first resident until it became a fully mature community. I look forward to using that experience to help the many people who will soon call Windsor Run home.”

A new life in North Carolina

Lundh and his family recently left their house in Maryland for a new life at Windsor Run.

“I’m looking forward to less snow,” he says. “I enjoy visiting new areas and look forward to fully experiencing North Carolina hospitality, especially the barbecue.”

On weekends Lundh loves spending time with his family embarking on a variety of activities, from fly fishing to yard sale hunting.