Fifth Annual Celebrating Senior Champions Dinner and Auction
The fifth annual Celebrating Senior Champions benefit dinner took place on Oct. 2 at the Omni William Penn Hotel in downtown Pittsburgh.
This annual event recognizes extraordinary individuals and groups who contribute significant time and energy to serving seniors throughout western Pennsylvania. The 2013 event will focus on improving the lives of seniors..
Proceeds from sponsorships, ticket sales, and the auction support the UPMC Senior Communities Benevolent Care Program, which provides financial assistance and other support services to eligible seniors living in one of UPMC’s 20 retirement communities.
Do you know a Senior Champion? Click here to nominate someone.
Paul M. Winkler
Paul M. Winkler is President and CEO of Presbyterian SeniorCare (PSC), a continuum of senior housing and care communities and services (including non-profit supportive housing, assisted living and long-term care) at 40 locations across 9 counties of southwestern Pennsylvania serving approximately 6,000 older and disabled persons annually.
>> Learn more about Paul M. Winkler.
Gail Roddie-Hamlin, MPH, CHES on behalf of the Alzheimer's Association
Gail Roddie-Hamlin is passionate about increasing awareness and
knowledge of Alzheimer’s and related dementias throughout our Chapter
and informing the public about the good work of the Alzheimer’s
Association. The Association is dedicated to its vision of a world
>> Learn more about Gail Roddie-Hamlin.
>> Learn more about the Alzheimer's Association.
Dr. Ed Ricci, PhD, M.Litt
Edmund M. Ricci, Ph.D., Professor Sociology in Public Health, is
Director of the Institute for Evaluation Science in Community Health,
Department of Behavioral and Community Health Sciences, Graduate School
of Public Health, University of Pittsburgh. He also serves as Associate
Director of the University of Pittsburgh/UPMC Institute on Aging.
>> Learn more about Dr. Ed Ricci.
The Celebrating Senior Champions dinner and auction supports the UPMC Senior Communities Benevolent Care Program in its efforts to provide financial assistance and other support services to eligible seniors living in one of UPMC’s 20 retirement communities.
View images of the 2012 event or view a listing of previous senior champion honorees.
For more details about sponsorship for the event, contact Peggy VanHorn at 412-622-9239 or firstname.lastname@example.org.