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Reflecting on 30 Years Serving Seniors

Robert Terry has spent the past three decades as a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) working with seniors at the same community in Town and Country, Missouri. Here he shares what he’s learned during his 30-plus years as a CNA and what keeps him motivated at his position.

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Opportunities to Flourish

Doris Wolff doesn’t like to sit still. Lucky for her, Meramec Bluffs, a Lutheran Senior Services Life Plan Community in Ballwin, Missouri, gives her plenty of opportunities to stay on the move and connected to her community.

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A Meaningful Cause

Vera Backman was continuing to do what she’d always done. She didn’t realize her sewing projects would catch on, creating a group of ladies determined to do good in their community and the larger Jefferson City area as well.

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A Combination Punch of Movement

Sporting goods stores in Springfield, Illinois, might be noticing a new trend – boxing gloves are suddenly in demand among older adults. The popular boxing class at Concordia Village could be contributing to this.

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Giving Back and Finding Purpose

Grace Poland is in her nineties and a regular volunteer at Breeze Park, a Lutheran Senior Services (LSS) Life Plan Community in St. Charles, Missouri. She grew up inspired by the servant heart of her father, but it wasn’t until the last of her five children went off to school that Poland herself got involved in volunteering.

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A Fulfilling Place

Four years ago, Judi Hoffman made a change in her life that has helped her be able to continue her counseling practice at a time when many of her colleagues were retiring. She moved to Laclede Groves.

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A Place to Grow and Dream for Generations

Buildings can span generations. Changing and molding into whatever the times needs the structure to be. But the spirit of the building lives on in its new service and the memories of those who have been a part of life within those four walls. The building now serving as Richmond Terrace Assisted Living Community, a Lutheran Senior Services community, is one such building that has had a few lives of its own.

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Navigating Life Together

Bill and Jeanie Olson have done things their own way since getting engaged in 1953 and married 10 months later in July of 1954. And that’s obviously worked for their 65 years (and counting) of marriage.

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