LCB Senior Living Named the Prestigious “Corporate Champion”
Award Winner for 2022


First Senior Living Provider to Receive Honor at the Annual “Hope on the Harbor” Event

Monday, May 16, 2022.  BOSTON, MA – At a gala celebration held on May 12th at the Westin Copley Hotel in Boston, 400 guests were joined by Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker as LCB Senior Living, LLC ( became the first senior living provider to win the Alzheimer’s Association’s prestigious annual “Corporate Champion” award. The “Hope on the Harbor” gala raised more than a million dollars for the organization and featured several honored speakers including Governor Baker.

LCB was honored for its “enduring support of the Massachusetts and New Hampshire chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association” including annual sponsorship and broad participation by LCB’s 17 local senior communities in the organization’s signature “Walk to End Alzheimer’s” and “The Longest Day”, both held annually.

According to its mission statement, “The Alzheimer’s Association leads the way to end Alzheimer’s and all other dementia — by accelerating global research, driving risk reduction and early detection, and maximizing quality care and support.”  LCB and other providers of memory care services to seniors rely on the association for guidance, education and resources that are invaluable in the care and treatment of dementia sufferers.

“There is no recognition that could make me prouder of our company than this one,” commented LCB CEO and founder Michael A. Stoller.  “The fight against this terrible disease is a battle for all of us, and we are deeply committed to providing the utmost care and compassion to its sufferers in the short-term, but ultimately to being party to its eventual defeat looking ahead.”

Founded in 2011, LCB Senior Living owns and/or operates 34 senior living communities throughout New England and the Mid-Atlantic, with additional properties in development.  The Norwood, MA-based company is the fastest growing senior living provider in the region, offering independent and assisted living services to more than 2,000 seniors, along with its renowned Reflections Memory Care program for those suffering from Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias.

Amber Evans, Director of Memory Care and Resident Engagement, accepts the Corporate Champion award on behalf of LCB Senior Living.