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Name: Cox, Timothy
Current Position: Former Chief Operating Officer

Timothy Cox, was named chief operating officer of the Armed Forces Retirement Home by Donald Rumsfeld on August 12, 2002. Cox received a BA from Bucknell in Lewisburg, PA, and a JD from Widener University in Wilmington, Delaware. Prior to becoming AFRH COO, Cox was senior vice-president of Operation Services at Sunrise Senior Living, which operates more than 440 assisted living homes in four countries. Cox has been embroiled in controversy ever since over the ways he has chosen to cut costs, from cutting staff to restructuring medical services and programs, to his choices on avenues to explore for expansion of the site to his raising the idea of seeking new routes for financing. Cox is also a member of the board of directors of Cultural Tourism D.C.


Cox resigned effective January 15, 2011, and took over as CEO of The Washington Home and Community Hospices.

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