Chuck Zimmerman retires today after more than 35 years of changing aging as an Ecumen Operations executive. This is his story.
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Ecumen honors Lila Myers, a resident of Ecumen Evergreens of Fargo, who is 100.
Halfway around the world in the tiny tropical Philippine barrio of Navitas on the island of Panay live about 150 elderly poor who have an angel looking out for them in North Branch, Minn. Her name is Luz Pedersen.
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Ecumen honors Lois McKinnon, a resident of Ecumen Lakeview Commons, who is 100.
Ecumen is among a trio of developers working to bring senior housing to downtown Minneapolis in the Mill City district along the riverfront. One of the acclaimed features of the development is a “woonerf” — a Dutch-inspired concept for a shared pedestrian, bike
Barbara Garrity, executive director of Ecumen-managed Pelican Valley Health Center in Pelican Rapids, Minn., has graduated from the year-long LeadingAge Minnesota Leadership Academy.
Don and Joan Bungum of Lindstrom, Minn., are committed advocates for quality senior care.
The iconic photo of U.S. Marines raising the American flag on Mount Suribachi on Iwo Jima was taken 70 years ago. Why does it endure?