Top 5 Blog Posts —October 26

Did you miss last week's most-read Changing Aging blog posts? Ecumen's online visitors found these articles most interesting:

Katrinka (Katie) Smith Sloan Named LeadingAge President and CEO
Katrinka (Katie) Smith Sloan has been named the new president and CEO of LeadingAge, an association of not-for-profit organizations dedicated to making America a better place to grow old.

Ecumen Trustee Debbie Cervenka Forges New Paths Supporting a Mission That Is Personal
The future looked bright for Ecumen Trustee Debbie Cervenka and her husband Bob.  They had just sold the highly successful company they built together and were making big plans for the next phase of their lives. What happened next totally shattered their dreams— but gave Debbie the resolve to turn their life-changing event into a mission to help others.

Les and Lil Johnson: Staying Together and Praying Together for 70 Years
Meet Les and Lil Johnson, residents of Ecumen Parmly LifePointes, who held hands on the school bus in the 1940s and are still holding hands after 70 years of marriage.

MinnPost/UCare Convening Expert Panel on Caring for Minnesota Seniors Without Breaking the Bank 
MinnPost and UCare are teaming up to present an October 29 event titled “Preparing for the ‘Silver Tsunami’: How can we better care for Minnesota seniors without breaking the bank?

Rose Senior Living Breaks Ground on State-of-the-Art Senior Living Community On Providence-Providence Park Hospital Campus in Novi, Mich.
Rose Senior Living, a privately held Michigan real estate development and management company and strategic partner with Ecumen, officially broke ground October 14 on a new state-of-the-art senior living community on the Providence-Providence Park Hospital campus in Novi, Mich.

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