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Date: Jun 4th, 2007 3:18pm
Author: Eric Schubert

Senior housing development in Minnesota is largely associated with assisted living, but now Minnesota’s first active adult community is coming.

Date: Jun 1st, 2007 10:47am
Author: Eric Schubert

Because there are approximately 77 million baby boomers in America and 1.5 million in Minnesota, we talk a lot about the baby boomers and their impact on senior housing and services, but the true next generation of seniors is the \Silent Generation.' Gene Dolloff,...

Date: May 30th, 2007 9:13am
Author: Eric Schubert

The following is from a letter to the Star Tribune by Kathryn Roberts, CEO & President of Ecumen regarding the reassignment of reporter Warren Wolfe and the discontinuing of his aging beat:Warren’s curiosity and dedication to telling the stories of growing...

Date: May 29th, 2007 1:12pm
Author: Eric Schubert

Eric Schubert, Ecumen’s Director of Communications, was honored as a \40 Under 40' by Minneapolis/St.

Date: May 25th, 2007 9:36am
Author: Eric Schubert

It is often said that insurance is sold not bought. But when it comes to long-term-care (LTC) insurance, it’s neither sold nor bought.

Date: May 24th, 2007 10:10am
Author: Eric Schubert
Date: May 23rd, 2007 2:56pm
Author: Eric Schubert

One of our esteemed colleagues here at Ecumen was recruited away by Target Corporation to help expand their in-store clinic venture.

Date: May 22nd, 2007 10:12am
Author: Eric Schubert

From the \What Were They Thinking Department?' comes this story from the Wall Street Journal...

Date: May 18th, 2007 9:35am
Author: Eric Schubert

Duluth, Minn., (May 11, 2007) €“ With the opening of 100 apartments that overlook Lake Superior in Duluth, Minn., Ecumen has completed Lakeshore, a new senior housing community. A total repositioning...

Date: May 18th, 2007 9:08am
Author: Eric Schubert

Crummy news from the Star Tribune newsroom. It is eliminating its aging beat and sending Warren Wolfe to another beat. Warren has a great interest in aging and was always a pleasure to work with.

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