YMCA CEO Accepting Lifetime Achievement Award, Retiring This May

Findlay Family YMCA CEO Paul Worstell will be retiring this May.

He said that he has had a great time serving the YMCA for the past two years.

Worstell was also named the recipient of the Baldrige Foundation’s E. David Spong Lifetime Achievement award.

The award is given to people who have performed truly extraordinary service, changed their world, and inspired others to do the same, according to the Baldrige Foundation.

Worstell remains humble about it.

President and CEO of the Foundation for the Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award Al Faber said, “Few individuals will have made more of a mark on the Baldrige community than our 2020 awardee, W. Paul Worstell”.

The award will be presented on March 26 during the Quest for Excellence conference.

The Baldrige Foundation is a nonprofit that seeks to ensure long-term growth and viability of the Baldrige Performance Excellence Program and to support organizational performance excellence across the U.S.