LeadingAge Missouri Awards Lutheran Senior Services at Annual Conference
September 20, 2021, St. Louis, Missouri – Lutheran Senior Services (LSS) received awards from a state-wide senior living organization during the LeadingAge Missouri annual conference.
LeadingAge Missouri presented LSS with the following awards:
Employee of the Year – Matthew Williams, housekeeping team member at Breeze Park, an LSS Plan Community in Weldon Spring, Missouri.
Volunteer of the Year – Sewing with a Cause, a resident-led group at Heisinger Bluffs, an LSS Life Plan Community in Jefferson City, Missouri.
Trustee of the Year – Dr. Matthew Kuhlmann, LSS board member and assistant professor at Washington University specializing in infectious diseases.
Distinguished Service – LSS Center for Clinical Excellence, an organization-wide team focused on ensuring best practices across all communities and services to ensure excellent care of residents.
Excellence in Service – LSS Power BI Team, an organization-wide team focused on gathering and disseminating data to help LSS make decisions and discover trends.
“It’s always good to be recognized for the hard work and dedication that shines through across the organization,” said Gary Anderson, LSS President and CEO. “But the real reward is knowing that our communities are great places to live for older adults, thanks in part to these wonderful people and the many others who serve with them.”
Lutheran Senior Services (LSS) is a mission-driven, not-for-profit network that specializes in housing, care, and supportive services for older adults 62+. With 19 locations in Missouri and Illinois, LSS serves more than 13,000 seniors a year through options that include Senior Living Communities offering all levels of living, Affordable Housing for those with limited incomes, and Home & Community Based Services. LSS builds upon more than 160 years of excellence in living out its Christian mission of Older Adults Living Life to the Fullest.