LeadingAge President and CEO Larry Minnix has worked in aging services for more than 30 years. He frequently shares his experiences and lessons from his work as well as observations from his visits with LeadingAge members, through letters to LeadingAge members.
In his 4th and final Older Americans Month reflection on seniors who have had an impact on his life, Larry Minnix tells the story of the late Rev. Roy McTier, the "living sermon."
In his 3rd letter for Older Americans Month, Larry reflects on the caregivers that made a big impact on his life.
LeadingAge CEO Larry Minnix offers up his second reflection for Older Americans Month about people who have had an influence on the way he thinks about our mission. It's about Bubba, Rachel, their family, and the community they live in -- including "Daddy's Country Kitchen."
Since May is Older Americans Month, our CEO, Larry Minnix, is planning to write a series of articles about elders who have had a big impact on his life. With Mother's Day right around the corner, he's starting the series with a story about his mom.
LeadingAge mourns the passing of the Honorable Thomas M. Jenkins, an early leader at this organization and a champion for improving aging services for all Americans.