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Ecumen Century Club: Happy 100th Birthday Grace Larson
Ecumen honors Grace Larson, a resident of Clarkfield Care Center, who is 100.
In Memoriam: Chuck Zimmerman, Who Devoted His Life To Caring for Others
Chuck Zimmerman, who died March 7, 2016, retired from Ecumen a year ago after 35 years of distinguished service as an administrator of three of our campuses, a regional director and purchasing director. He always had a warm smile and a kind word — and made a huge difference in the lives of seniors.
Ecumen CIO Larry Jorgensen Named to National Commission on Aging Services Technology
Larry Jorgensen, Vice President and Chief Information Officer at Ecumen, has been named a Commissioner for The LeadingAge Center for Aging Services Technologies (CAST). CAST is the technology arm of LeadingAge, a national association of 6,000+ not-for-profit organizations dedicated to expanding the world of possibilities for aging.
Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal Honors Ecumen’s Dena Meyer with “40 Under 40” Recognition
Dena Meyer, Ecumen Senior Director of Business Development, received the Business Journal’s “40 Under 40” honor and was recognized at a March 10 event at A’BULAE in St. Paul.
Ecumen Offering Scholarships to Direct Care Employees Under New State Funding Program
Ecumen has received a grant from the Minnesota Department of Health for scholarships to fund training for Ecumen direct care employees in Home Care, Assisted Living and Adult Day Services.
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