Mulligan retires from Noble

Retiring from Noble Horizons, Eileen Mulligan will stay there as a resident. Photo by Anne Day

SALISBURY — Eileen Mulligan, administrator and chief operating officer of Noble Horizons, is retiring after 43 years at the facility.

When she came to Noble in 1974, there were 20 cottages for independent living and the Riga Residence, a residential hotel with up to 26 people, she said in an interview Monday, Dec. 3.

“No medical facilities,” she said.

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