CLARENCE, NY – The Brothers of Mercy has named Liam O’Mahony as the new Director of Marketing for its Wellness Campus.
O’Mahony brings more than 20 years of public relations and marketing experience to the organization, including leadership positions with the former Seattle SuperSonics and the City of Chandler (Arizona) Community Services Department. He returned to his native Western New York in 2012 and worked at Rich Products in corporate communications and led the marketing and communications for Niagara Hospice.
“It is a great privilege to join The Brothers of Mercy family and be a part of the organization’s 100-year tradition of providing comprehensive care and comfort to Western New Yorkers. It is very rewarding to work with the different departments across the facilities on the Wellness Campus in Clarence, where I grew up,” O’Mahony said.
He holds a bachelor of science in communication from Cornell University and earned a master’s in business administration from Arizona State University’s W.P. Carey School of Business.
“We are very happy to welcome Liam to the team. His versatility and expertise in marketing and public relations will be a great asset to our organization’s internal communications and community marketing initiatives,” said Peter Eimer, CEO of The Brothers of Mercy.
About The Brothers of Mercy Wellness Campus:
The Brothers of Mercy is a nonprofit Catholic provider of comprehensive, compassionate residential, health care and rehabilitation services for Western New Yorkers. The organization operates a Medicare-rated 5-star, 126-acre Wellness Campus in Clarence, NY. With a continuum of lifestyle options, The Brothers of Mercy ministry of care features skilled nursing, inpatient & outpatient therapies, assisted living & memory care, independent living, spiritual care, respite, hospice and at-home companion care. It is the largest retirement community in the region, as ranked by Buffalo Business First, and is 13th onNewsweek’s “America’s Best Nursing Homes” list for New York State.
In 2024, The Brothers of Mercy’s will commemorate its 100th anniversary of serving seniors seeking their best quality of life. From its origins of riding bicycles through the streets of Buffalo to deliver home care, the mission has remained devoted to serving the essential health needs of the community through the motto of “The Charity of Christ Urges On.” For more information, call 716-759-6985, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit BrothersofMercy.org.