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We want to hear from you!  Please share your journey and let us know how Aging Ahead has impacted your life.  Submit your story, a video or quote below.  Our staff will review and post your submission.   Printable Story Form


Betty was employed for nearly 30 years as a cook for several Aging Ahead (MEAAA) centers.  When her husband died, the management, staff, and center patrons all stepped up to help her and her family in their time of need. Betty remains active at the Union Center as a volunteer and plays an important role in the success of the center. Betty has made many friends while working and volunteering at the center, and says that the agency means the world to her.

-Betty Parks Volunteer at Union Center


Marshal, a Meals on Wheels recipient, recently shared the impact Aging Ahead has had in his life.  Sandy Lynn, a Community Service Coordinator, was visiting Marshal when she learned of a financial hardship he faced and set out to work with him to find a solution.  Struggling to pay his real estate taxes each year often meant Marshal would borrow from a reverse mortgage loan.  With Sandy’s help setting up a budget, Marshal is now on a payment plan to pay the taxes each month, thus eliminating the need to borrow money to pay his tax bill.  The money he is saving can now go into a savings account and Marshal exclaims “that feels good!”   He also reports his overall health is even better thanks to lower stress.  “I feel much better about everything!” Marshal is so thankful for Sandy and Aging Ahead.

-Marshal Meals on Wheels Recipient 

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