Native Mainer Appointed as Piper Shores’ New CEO

Philip D. Jean returns to his roots to assume leadership position at Maine’s only nonprofit lifecare retirement community SCARBOROUGH, MAINE — May 23, 2022 — The Piper Shores Board of Directors  announced today that Philip D. Jean has been hired as the new Chief Executive Officer (CEO) for the Scarborough based lifecare retirement community starting… Read more »

Meet Patrick Boure, Facilities Director

There is another new smiling face on the Piper Shores campus. Pat Boure, a born and bred Mainer, recently joined the Senior Leadership Team at Piper Shores as Facilities Director. Pat brings over 17 years of experience in a senior facilities management role to the Piper Shores community, with experience in both the education and… Read more »

Meet Corey Seigel, Director of Food and Nutrition

If you’ve smelled some delicious new meals in our cafe, then chances are you’ve also met the newest member of the Piper Shores Team.  Corey Seigel recently moved to Maine from Litchfield County, Connecticut and has joined the Senior Leadership Team at Piper Shores as the Director of Food and Nutrition. Corey brings over 33… Read more »

COVID-19 Update on Piper Shores Re-opening Measures

Piper Shores is now over a year into shelter in place measures, and we are pleased to share that we continue to slowly reopen. The following is a message that was shared with our independent residents from Jim Adamowicz, CEO, Leanne Fiet, COO, and Susan Russell, Resident Council President. It is followed by a few… Read more »

Summer 2020 Brings Beauty, Freedom, and Community Responsibility

The summer of 2020 has been one of the most beautiful of the past few years at Piper Shores. Our flowers and gardens are in full bloom. Residents who are growing herbs and vegetables are enjoying an ongoing and bountiful harvest. In short, life at Piper Shores continues, despite the fact that we are in… Read more »

June Update on Covid at Piper Shores

As summer is fast approaching, we realize we are now past two months with sheltering in place protocols. We continue to be grateful to not have any COVID-19 confirmed cases on our campus. These protocols have been difficult for both residents and staff, but commitment and compliance by all remain imperative. We maintain Governor Mills’… Read more »