James Cunningham is a pioneer in the elder care industry, having overseen Massachusetts’ first home care agency that became the model for the rest of the state.
It became a model because James Cunningham, who retired on June 30, understood the most vital needs of seniors in his important role as the executive director of Chelsea Revere Winthrop Elder Services. And James Cunningham built his agency and assembled his staff of professionals in a way that would best assist the agency’s clientele.
James Cunningham became a well-known and highly respected administrator in his field and what made him even more illustrious is that he was visible at community events in the communities that CRW served and he was always accessible to seniors, public officials, and residents.
Cunningham earned a number of awards for his work, but he humbly deflected credit to others when it came time to accept the accolades for which he was so deserving.
James Cunningham truly made an impact on the lives of seniors every day during his remarkable 39-year tenure as executive director. We join with the Revere community in wishing him well in his retirement years.
And we join Revere residents in saying, “Thank you, James Cunningham, for a job well done.”