LONDON, Ontario — London Hospital Linen Service (LHLS) has appointed Brendan O’Neill to the position of chief operating officer, reports its board of directors.
O’Neill joined LHLS in 1988. During his 30-year tenure, he has held several positions, the most recent being general manager.
The board says his considerable experience in the field of linen and textile management will service LHLS well in its continuous drive to higher levels of service, quality and innovation.
In addition, O’Neill will continue the corporation’s long-standing tradition of introducing new products and service offerings to customers throughout Southwestern Ontario.
O’Neill takes over from John Sealey, who retired from LHLS effective Jan. 31 after 40 years of service. He led several plant expansions and equipment upgrades, guided many product and service introductions, and approached customer service as a top priority, the corporation says.
Sealey and his wife, Cheryl, are looking forward to the opportunity to further cultivate personal interests.