Sunrise Senior Living's Outlines Acting CFO's Pay

What does Sunrise Senior Living's acting finance chief receive for the work she faces in cleaning up years of accounting problems at the assisted living provider? Julie A. Pangelinan, who was promoted to acting chief financial officer after the ouster of Bradley B. Rush, will receive a $330,000 base salary, a $30,000 bonus pending the completion of financial restatements, and the possibility of receiving 75 percent of her $330,000 salary as an additional bonus this year if she meets the performance goals set out by the company, according to a Securities and Exchange Commission filing today. Pangelinan, who came to Sunrise last year from Marriott International, will continue to receive $450 a month for a monthly car allowance, according to the filing.
-- Cecilia Kang

By Mike Shepard  |  July 12, 2007; 3:17 PM ET
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Most seniors that have been to sunrise receive some sort of allowance or another. It is unfair now a days that some get un-fair treatment will others seems to get all of the benefits. Know what to look for from a elderly home is important. for more information please visit

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good resource to find out what is fair. Find legal resources that can help.

Posted by: Bobbie Trifon | July 23, 2007 12:54 AM

For those, such as SEIU, that looking to create the negative in senior living will surely find it -- twisting information to meet their claims. For the SEIU to come in Assisted Living homes would only bring the industry to its knees. They, SEIU, particularly preys on employees wanting to earn more and are looking for the proverbial silver lining -- and those employees have no idea of the lies they are being told, unfullfilled promises made and countless dues they will pay -- all for nothing.

Those of us that are have dedicated our careers to creating the best days possible for seniors we're only blessed more each day when we hear, "I'm so glad I'm here, you make life worth living again!" We certainly don't need the SEIU (or any other union for that matter) to and change our focus from providing the best for our residents to resisting an unwanted and unnecessary element!

Posted by: Cindy | August 18, 2007 6:31 PM

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