Tennessee Federation on Aging State Conference

Tennessee Federation on Aging State Conference

Posted: Wednesday, December 12, 2012 8:00 pm

Tennessee Federation on Aging State Conference | Tennessee Federation on Aging State Conference

ATTEND CONFERENCE — The Tennessee Federation on Aging State Conference was held recently in Murfreesboro. Attending were (front row, from left) Pam Dethloff, director of Gibson County; Julie Jones, program specialist of Martin Area on Aging; (second row) Deliah Frazier, co-director of Dyer County Office on Aging; Kayla Wallace (standing), director of Henry County Office on Aging; Trena Morris, assistant of Martin Senior Adult Senior; Deborah Edwards, director of Martin Senior Adult Center; Susan Hill, director of Northwest Tennessee Area on Aging and Disabilities of Martin; Suzane Kroll, assistant of Weakley County Office on Aging; (third row) Carol White, director of Benton County Office on Aging; Amy Cary, assistant of Benton County Office on Aging; Doris Peal, director of Reelfoot Rural Ministries; Linda LaMastus, director of Lake County Office on Aging; Mary Humphreys (mostly hidden), assistant of Carroll County Office on Aging; Sherri Bell, assistant of Crockett County Office on Aging; Lynda Tarkington, assistant of Obion County Office on Aging; Dorothy Leggett, director of Crockett County Office on Aging; Margaret Shannon-Cook, director of Obion County Office on Aging; Jean Winbush, director of Humboldt Senior Center; Susan Sloan, director of Carroll County Office on Aging; Bonnie Bowlin, assistant of Humboldt Senior Center; Gayle Rogers, director of Weakley County Office on Aging; Robert Brooks of Crockett County Transportation; and Connie Hopper, director of Ridgely Senior Center. They provided a skit titled “A Day in the Life of a Center Director” at the opening luncheon.

Published in The Messenger 12.12.12

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