’09 Women Against MS Luncheon

Big thanks to everyone who attended the 2009 Women Against Multiple Sclerosis Luncheon this week at the Chattanoogan!  The event was a big success and raised needed money for the National Multiple Sclerosis Society.  As always, a special recognizition is deserved for our longtime appointment setter, Lynda Tucker.  Lynda, who has also served as a speaker/presenter for the annual affair, continues to battle MS with courage and grace.  Also, big hugs to Jeanne Bice, a Lindsey & Associates client and an organizer of this fabulous event.

-Gail R. Lindsey, M.S., CLTC

Gail (far left), Jeanne (2nd from left), Lynda (seated) and friends gather at the 2009 WAMS Luncheon, December, 2009


About tennesseelongtermcare

Long term care is a risk we all face, regardless of age. Need may result from an accident, a serious health condition or as part of the aging process. The consequences to our physical, financial and emotional well-being can be catastrophic if we postpone planning until after the need for care arises. After all, our health is ever only as good as it is today. Long term care coverage provides a vehicle to guarantee your family an income stream and to maintain lifestyle in the event you have an extended care need. It is vital protection for your family’s personal, emotional and financial well-being. Lindsey & Associates is the Chattanooga area's premiere source for long term care insurance planning. Serving Chattanooga for nearly fifteen years, Lindsey & Associates was founded by Gail R. Lindsey, M.S., CLTC who sought to be an effective advocate for families with extended care needs after a successful career as a therapist. Lindsey & Associates is unique in that their planners are specialists in long term care insurance and approach their work from a perspective of education and advocacy, not the "bottom line". If you feel that you owe it to your family to hear all the options when it comes to your future care, we would encourage you to contact one of our LTC planners. We meet with individuals and families to find the most cost-effective way for them to age in place, at home, with the dignity and care they have earned over a lifetime of hard work.

Posted on December 4, 2009, in Community Involvement. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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