Gov. Snyder Appoints Ver Beek to Board of Nursing Home Administrators
Gov. Rick Snyder appointed Varnum attorney Carl Ver Beek to a four-year term on the Michigan Board of Nursing Home Administrators.
The nine-member board is responsible for determining minimal entry-level requirements for nursing home administrators in Michigan. Ver Beek, who was selected to represent the general public, was among three appointments to the board, including Kathleen Hanert of Grayling, who will represent licensed nursing home administrators, and Kimberly Kimbrough-Wozniak of Muskegon, who will represent nursing home administrators.
Ver Beek has significant experience as a labor and employment and dispute resolution attorney with a specific focus on representing nursing homes across the state. Ver Beek is the Chair of the Holland Home Board of Directors, the largest senior care organization in Michigan, where he has served for more than 20 years. He received the Distinguished Service Award from the Labor and Employment Division of the State Bar of Michigan, and a Hope College Distinguished Alumni Award. He holds a bachelor's from Hope College and a degree from the Indiana University School of Law.