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Ecumen honors Evelyn Larson, a resident of Ecumen Evergreens of Fargo, who is 100.
Brigham Young University's Morning Show featured a 30-minute interview with Ecumen nurses about the Ecumen Awakenings program.
A family of two residents at Seasons at Apple Valley expressed their heartfelt appreciation to every staff member in a most unusual way.
Carol Kvidt, Ecumen Regional Director of Operations, was awarded the 2014 Employer of the Year by the Association of Nutrition and Food Service Professionals State Association (ANFP) for her work with the dining staff at Ec
Charles (Chuck) Hearn was a good soldier who took a few bullets over the years. He was always comfortable on the battlefield — a place where he could feel connected to the memory of his relatives who fought in the Civil War.
So much of the terminology around growing old carries negative connotations, and Baby Boomers are pushing back with a “war on words.” Star Tribune reporter Jackie Crosby examines how the huge e
As we reflect on 2014, one thing stands out – Ecumen really is “Changing Aging.” Our innovative spirit, hard work and great partnerships kept Ecumen in the news, but our greatest success was making life better for our customers, their families and our employees.