October 23, 2020
PlotBox, the international death care management application focussed on helping cemeteries and crematoriums operate to world class standards, announces the appointment of Andrew Clark as Chairman of the Board. Andrew Clark succeeds Interim Chairman Graham Paterson who held the post for the past year.
“We are delighted to welcome Andrew to the Board during this period of exciting growth for PlotBox,” said Sean McAllister, PlotBox CEO. “Andrew brings an incomparable wealth of experience and strategic vision to the business having led one of North America’s largest death care operators, Park Lawn Corporation from July 2013 to March 2020. With the scale of operation and speed of growth Park Lawn Corp achieved under Andrew’s leadership, his appointment is a particularly strong endorsement for PlotBox.”
“I am delighted to have the opportunity to join the Board of Plotbox.” said Andrew Clark, Chairman of PlotBox. “My career has been devoted to building businesses across a number of sectors. Each of these opportunities has begun with a strong core offering that is underpinned by an exceptional team. PlotBox possesses both of these characteristics, and I am looking forward to working with Sean and his team through this period of growth .”
Andrew brings to PlotBox 10 years of death care industry experience, having transformed Park Lawn Corporation from a Toronto-based business with only six locations into Canada’s largest deathcare operator, with over 200 locations across North America and an enterprise value of nearly $1 billion . Prior to Park Lawn, Andrew built a successful hospitality and tourism business which was merged into a large privately held travel management firm. In addition to PlotBox, Andrew is currently a Director of Andlauer Healthcare Group (TSX: AND) and has previously been a member of the Board of Regents at Mount Allison University and a member of the Board of Governors at the Sterling Hall School.
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