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Mills-Haag to direct Concordia Foundation

JOURNAL RECORD: Mills-Haag to direct Concordia Foundation By: Journal Record Staff | July 14, 2021  OKLAHOMA CITY – The Concordia Life Plan Community has announced that Paige Mills-Haag has been named executive director of the newly formed Concordia Community Foundation. Previously the company’s director of fund development, Mills-Haag has served on the Concordia Life Plan Community team for more than eight years. In her new role, she will manage strategic planning, fundraising and administration for the foundation. She currently IS leading a $3.5 …

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KOKH: Oklahoma Senior Connects with Pandemic Pen Pal in Person

By Melissa Scavelli | June 30, 2021 | See full article here OKLAHOMA CITY (KOKH) — An Oklahoma City resident at Concordia Life Plan Community, Catherine, spent her pandemic time writing letters with a pen pal. That pal was a woman named Jordan who lives in New York. While in lockdown, the two regularly wrote letters about their lives, family, and background. The two met for the first time in person in Oklahoma City on Tuesday and picked up right where they …

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KTUL: Oklahoma Senior Connects with Pandemic Pen Pal in Person

By Melissa Scavelli | June 30, 2021 | See full article here  OKLAHOMA CITY (KOKH) — An Oklahoma City resident at Concordia Life Plan Community, Catherine, spent her pandemic time writing letters with a pen pal. That pal was a woman named Jordan who lives in New York. While in lockdown, the two regularly wrote letters about their lives, family, and background. The two met for the first time in person in Oklahoma City on Tuesday and picked up right where they …

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KFOR: Friendship Forms After Strangers Become Pandemic Pen Pals

By K. Querry-Thompson | July 2, 2021 | See full article here  OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – When the coronavirus pandemic shut down normal life in 2020, it was tough for many people to stay connected. Friends and family members remained apart due to COVID-19 restrictions, but that didn’t stop an intergenerational friendship from forming in Oklahoma City. A woman named Jordan, who lived in New York, wanted to find a way to volunteer and give back to others during lockdown. She …

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