Corcoran Named New Chief Executive Officer

Corcoran Named New Chief Executive Officer

Linen King, a leading provider of healthcare laundry services in the south and central United States, recently announced changes to its senior leadership team.


Chris Corcoran, current Chief Operating Officer for Linen King, will succeed Leonard McCullough as Chief Executive Officer, effective immediately. Leonard will remain with the Company in the role of Executive in Residence, providing continued support to the senior leadership team and the Board of Directors.


“Having served as a founding partner and CEO of Linen King for 22 years, I feel this is the right time for me to transition leadership as CEO to Chris and assume an executive advisory role at the Company. It has been an honor and privilege to help build Linen King into the regional leader it is today. I am proud of our employees and grateful to the entire team for turning an unprecedented and challenging year into one of record growth. We are excited to promote Chris to the CEO position and I am confident that he will lead Linen King into its next phase of expansion,” said Leonard McCullough, Linen King Executive in Residence.


Chris Corcoran, Linen King CEO, stated “I am eager to serve Linen King as CEO and continue building on the foundation that Leonard and his father, LK McCullough, have established. They created a culture of excellence for customer service and operating standards, and I look forward to honoring those values as we continue to grow. I welcome working with Leonard as our Executive in Residence and benefitting from his experience as an industry veteran.”


About Linen King

Headquartered in Tulsa, Oklahoma, Linen King was founded in 1999 by Leonard and LK McCullough and currently processes over 100 million pounds of textile products annually for hospitals and medical facilities throughout the south and central United States. Linen King provides a wide range of customized laundry solutions for its clients out of its seven processing facilities in Arkansas (Conway and Springdale), Kansas (Wichita), Missouri (Columbia), Oklahoma (Midwest City) and Tennessee (Memphis and Ooltewah).