MEDFORD, Ore. — The former executive of the Rogue Valley Manor is asking for $1.5 million in damages from the group that fired him.
The manor’s long time former executive director, Kevin McLoughlin, was put on administrative leave and eventually fired last year. Pacific Retirement Services also removed seven of the manor’s nine board members, prompting residents to file a class action law suit.
One of the residents in the lawsuit confirms the former executive director has filed a lawsuit against Pacific Retirement Services. Complaint records show he is asking for nearly $1.5 million. Neither side of the dispute returned our calls.