LCS Promotes Ross Kelderman to Controller, Jason Victor to Treasurer 

by Jeff Shaw

DES MOINES, Iowa — LCS, the nation’s third-largest senior living provider, has promoted Ross Kelderman to controller to oversee and provide leadership to the Des Moines-based organization’s corporate accounting, financial reporting, audits and finance technology. 

Kelderman joined the company in 2015 as director, accounting and financial reporting, and was promoted to senior director of accounting and reporting in 2020.

Kelderman holds both a bachelor’s and master’s degree in accounting from Iowa State University. He is also a certified public accountant with an active license in the state of Iowa.

LCS also promoted Jason Victor to senior vice president/treasurer and corporate finance.

In addition to his current responsibilities, Victor will now lead LCS Risk Management, including the LCS Advantage insurance program and Hexagon, a captive insurance company.

Victor joined LCS in 2007 as controller. He was promoted to vice president/controller in 2013 and senior vice president/controller in 2019. He currently provides leadership to corporate accounting, corporate payroll and community payroll, as well as the treasury and tax departments. He also provides guidance for audits, internal controls, technical accounting, and tax and financial management systems.  

Hexagon was founded in 1999 to support the LCS Advantage insurance program, which markets insurance products to LCS-managed communities including workers compensation, auto, crime, property and boiler, and liability. Victor has served on the Hexagon board of directors since 2017.

Victor holds a bachelor’s degree in accounting from the University of Northern Iowa. He is a certified public accountant with an active license in the state of Iowa.

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