Bruce County appoints new Acting CAO and Brucelea Haven Administrator

Bruce County has appointed Bettyanne Cobean as its new Acting Chief Administrative Officer (CAO) Bruce County and Griffin Allen as the Acting Brucelea Haven Administrator.

“Bettyanne has a wealth of municipal experience and knows Bruce County well, returning to the County after having just recently retired as the Director of Corporate Services. We are pleased she has accepted Council’s invitation to oversee the administration and day-to-day operations of the County.  We are also delighted to have Mr. Allen join our team of dedicated staff at Brucelea Haven and we are confident that his skills, experience and knowledge will provide strong leadership to our long-term care facility,” says Bruce County Warden, Mitch Twolan.

Bruce County is an upper-tier municipality in Southwestern Ontario, Canada, made up of eight lower-tier municipalities and 68,147 residents.

“I’ve enjoyed working for the County throughout my career and I am honoured to lead the County during this transition period,” says Bettyanne Cobean. “I look forward to working closely with Warden Twolan, County Council, staff and our community partners as Acting CAO. Bruce County is an amazing community and I am confident that we have a team in place to make this transition a smooth one. We will continue delivering the highest level of service to our residents, business and partners, as we continue to move forward – advancing our vision for Bruce County,” she adds.

Allen has been seconded from Primacare Living Solutions Inc. Where he served as Administrator, overseeing all aspects of the long-term care facility’s operations, leading the management team and staff in providing excellent care and services, ensuring the standards of resident care and services are consistently achieved. “I’m privileged and excited to take on the Acting Administrator role at Brucelea Haven,” said Griffin Allen. “I look forward to contributing to this wonderful facility and connecting with staff and residents, ensuring the County continues delivering the highest quality of care.”