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Lexington @HeraldLeader aka Kentucky.com on Trent Village by @ERSCincy ~ reporter Beth Musgrave @HLCityHall ~ print version

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LEXINGTON MEDIA ALERT: Trent Village $9M Grand Re-Opening Affordable Living for Seniors – 10 a.m. Monday 5.1.17 – Episcopal Retirement Services (ERS) welcomes Partners, Stakeholders, Colleagues, Friends – Ribbon-Cutting – Public Comments – Community Tours – Photo and Interview Opportunities

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$9M Trent Village Grand Re-Opening Monday 5.1.17

DOWNLOAD: PDF Trent Village of Lexington $9M Grand Re-Opening Monday May 1 – Press Release from ERS

Affordable Living by ERS welcomes partners, stakeholders, colleagues and friends

Grand Re-Opening: Ribbon-Cutting, Community Tours, with a Blessing from Above.

Trent Village: 41 one-bedroom, 13 two-bedroom apartments in completely renovated buildings.

$9M in Construction, Redevelopment and New Infrastructure also delivers new Community Center.

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[LEXINGTON, Ky. ~ April 28, 2017] Monday, May 1, marks the beginning of a $9 million new chapter for an old friend, Trent Village on Trent Boulevard, now known as Trent Village Affordable Senior Living by ERS (Episcopal Retirement Services).

We welcome Trent Village as the newest member of the ERS family of Cincinnati,” says Laura Lamb, president and CEO of ERS (www.episcopalretirement.com).

Ms. Lamb will be joined by local, corporate, executive and management officials from Trent Village, ERS and a host of Trent Village stakeholders scheduled to speak at the 10 a.m. event: Kentucky Housing Corp., Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government, HOPE of Kentucky, Ohio Capital Corporation for Housing, Federal Home Loan Bank of Cincinnati and Cincinnati general contractor/developer The Model Group.

Megan Noll Photography

Laura Lamb, ERS

The Honorable Mayor Jim Gray (Lexington-Fayette) will lead the remarks. An invocation will be offered by Rev. Darren Elin, Spiritual Services Coordinator with Affordable Living by ERS.

Following the ribbon-cutting ceremony, the Rev. Canon Elise Johnstone of the Episcopal Diocese of Lexington will offer a blessing.

Trent Village offers 41 affordable one-bedroom and 13 two-bedroom apartments for qualifying residents who meet income and age requirements.

Nestled in a campus-style setting, the new Trent Village includes a new community center with apartments featuring universal design features, open kitchens and modern appliances.

The mission of Affordable Living by ERS: “We believe that our older generation deserves to live with dignity and comfort in a safe, nurturing and stimulating environment, no matter their financial situation,” said Mrs. Lamb.

That’s why we bring many services such as social service coordination, transportation and activities to many of our communities such as Trent Village.  It truly enriches the lives of the elders we serve.”

Contact:

Mr. Bryan Reynolds

Integrated Marketing Director, ERS

(513) 979-2243 breynolds@erslife.org

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Trent Village Affordable Senior Living by Episcopal Retirement Services (ERS), Lexington

$9M Trent Village Affordable Senior Living Grand ReOpening Monday 5.1.17 in Lexington starring ERS Episcopal Retirement Services

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#FF @ERSCincy, @CincinnatiYMCA and SCPA open student art gallery at Central Parkway Place, new affordable housing for seniors from Episcopal Retirement Services (ERS) at Central Parkway YMCA in Downtown Cincinnati

Posted in Episcopal Retirement Services (ERS) with tags , , , , , , , , , , on 12/16/2016 by @CincinnatiPR
thx to Local 12 and FOX19 for stopping by the new SCPA student art gallery at Central Parkway Place, new affordable housing for seniors at the Central Parkway YMCA in Downtown Cincinnati ~~ http://bit.ly/CentralParkwayPlace

thx to Local 12 and FOX19 for stopping by the new SCPA student art gallery at Central Parkway Place, new affordable housing for seniors at the Central Parkway YMCA in Downtown Cincinnati ~~ http://bit.ly/CentralParkwayPlace

MEDIA ALERT: SCPA students, teachers partner with ERS (Episcopal Retirement Services) to create new art gallery at Central Parkway Place ~~ UNVEILING TOMORROW Tuesday Dec. 6, 2016 from 11:40 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. ~~ Central Parkway Place, Downtown Cincinnati

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 from Episcopal Retirement Services (ERS)

For Immediate Release:  

SCPA and ERS to create student art gallery at Central Parkway Place, new affordable living community in downtown Cincy

WHO: 

Students, Teachers from SCPA, representatives of ERS and Central Parkway Place

WHAT:

Opening of first art gallery at Central Parkway Place, new affordable living community atop Central Parkway YMCA, run by Episcopal Retirement Services of Cincinnati (ERS)

WHEN:

11:40 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. – Tomorrow, Tuesday (Dec. 6, 2016)

INTERVIEWS and PHOTO OPPORTUNITIES with SCPA STUDENTS, TEACHERS, as well as OFFICIALS FROM ERS available ON-SITE

WHERE:

Central Parkway Place, 1105 Elm Street, Cincinnati 45202

ERS Contact:

Mr. Bryan Reynolds, ERS Director of Integrated Marketing 

(513) 979-2243 breynolds@erslife.org

Kathy Lind-Ison, vice president of affordable living for Episcopal Retirement Services (ERS) in front of Central Parkway Place, built inside the Central Parkway YMCA in downtown Cincinnati.

Kathy Ison-Lind, vice president of affordable living for Episcopal Retirement Services (ERS) in front of Central Parkway Place, built inside the Central Parkway YMCA in downtown Cincinnati.

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#mondaymotivation with laura lamb, CEO of episcopal retirement services (ERS)

Posted in Episcopal Retirement Services (ERS) with tags , , , , on 11/28/2016 by @CincinnatiPR

Ms. Laura Lamb named CEO of Episcopal Retirement Services (ERS) ~~ official press release and photo

Posted in Episcopal Retirement Services (ERS) with tags , , , , , , , , on 10/25/2016 by @CincinnatiPR

Today’s Press Release (Tuesday 10.25.16):

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Cincinnati Business Courier story

EPISCOPAL RETIREMENT SERVICES ANNOUNCES LAURA LAMB AS NEW CEO

After an extensive national search, ERS promoted from within their own ranks

[Cincinnati, Ohio, October 25, 2016] Episcopal Retirement Services announced today that their Executive Vice President (EVP), Laura Lamb, will succeed Doug Spitler as the organization’s new President and CEO.

Lamb, 47, has been with the company for 22 years and prior to her appointment last year as EVP she held the position of vice president of housing and healthcare.

ERS Board Chair, Robin Smith, made the announcement at a special meeting of the ERS Leadership Team.

Laura has been a key player in the success of ERS over the past several years,” Smith said,

Among other important responsibilities, she heads up the Strategic Planning Committee and the Master Planning Committee.

In addition to her work ethic, demonstrated record of success, and deep knowledge of our company and our industry, she is the embodiment of our person-centered culture every day, and this was a critical factor in our decision,” said Smith.

Tweet from The Cincinnati Business Courier - 1 pm on Tuesday Oct. 25 2016 ~~ story: http://www.bizjournals.com/cincinnati/news/2016/10/25/cincinnati-firm-names-next-ceo.html

Tweet from The Cincinnati Business Courier – 1 pm on Tuesday Oct. 25 2016 ~~ story: http://www.bizjournals.com/cincinnati/news/2016/10/25/cincinnati-firm-names-next-ceo.html

The ERS Board of Directors has been working diligently since May of 2015 to identify and appoint ERS’ next CEO to succeed Doug Spitler who will be retiring at the end of this year after 34 years with ERS.

Executive search firm, Witt Kieffer, was hired to conduct a national search for the best possible candidate and they reported to a specially formed committee made up of board members and Director of Organizational Development and Human Resources, Joan Wetzel.

After a rigorous screening and interview process which included ERS residents and staff members from all levels of the organization, it became clear that Laura was the most qualified candidate to lead ERS to continued growth and success in the future,” Smith said.

Current CEO Doug Spitler added, “I am thrilled about Laura’s appointment. For over 2 decades she has been an integral part of the planning and execution of our strategic goals. She is both hands-on and high energy. No one knows this organization better and she has earned the respect and admiration of her colleagues both locally and nationally.”

Lamb commented, “I am both excited and honored to be chosen by our Board to lead this incredible organization, especially during a time of unprecedented change and growth in our industry.

We have an amazing team at ERS consisting of our residents, employees, board of directors and business partners, and with their help I am looking forward to creating our bright future together.”

About Episcopal Retirement Services

Since 1951, Episcopal Retirement Services (ERS) has worked to improve the lives of older adults from all faiths through innovative, quality living environments and in-home and community- based services delivered by experienced and compassionate professionals. ERS owns or manages 30 senior living communities serving over 2,000 residents: three premier communities, Deupree House and Marjorie P. Lee, both in Hyde Park and Episcopal Church Home in Louisville, KY; and 27 affordable living communities for limited-income seniors including properties in development.

ERS also operates in-home and community-based services for elders. Through Living Well Senior Solutions, they provide comprehensive, objective solutions for families and seniors who are struggling with the challenges of aging life care; through Deupree Meals on Wheels they deliver 77,000 nutritious meals annually; and through Parish Health Ministry they counsel and give support to 70 churches to renew their role in healthcare through advocacy, education and wellness programs. As part of their mission, ERS commits millions of dollars to resident philanthropic services. In large part, these funds support the needs of residents who have outlived their financial resources.

For more information, visit www.episcopalretirement.com or call 513.271.9610.

  • UPDATED TUESDAY JANUARY 31 2017

SUNDAY ENQUIRER Cincinnati Enquirer Business Section, Sunday Edition 1.29.17 

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link to Cincinnati Enquirer story Sunday Edition Business Section lede story – http://www.cincinnati.com/story/money/2017/01/27/ceo-chat-strong-role-models-forged-path-laura-lamb/97047612/

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WALNUT COURT GRAND RE-OPENING 11 a.m. TOMORROW (Tuesday, August 30, 2016), Walnut Hills, Cincinnati, Ohio, USA: Affordable Living by ERS (Episcopal Retirement Services) unveils new Affordable Living for Seniors Community

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Walnut Court – Here Comes the Neighborhood – Grand Re-Opening stars Affordable Living by ERS – 8.29.16 Press Release

Walnut Court: Here Comes the Neighborhood

Cincinnati Vice Mayor David Mann, development team from Affordable Living by ERS, unveil newly renovated $7.6M Walnut Court senior apartments tomorrow

Grand Reopening Celebration set for 11 a.m. tomorrow, Tuesday, August 30, 2016.

Walnut Court: 30 newly renovated apartments for lower-income seniors in Cincinnati.

Historic Cincinnati neighborhood of Walnut Hills continues development trajectory.

[CINCINNATI, Ohio ~ August 29, 2016] The rebirth of Cincinnati’s urban core is getting a $7.6 million long-term solution for a dire need – affordable housing for low-income seniors – at a Walnut Hills apartment complex.

The celebration of Walnut Court (www.walnutcourtcincinnati.com) begins with the grand reopening tomorrow, with stakeholders including Episcopal Retirement Services (ERS), The Model Group, the City of Cincinnati, Ohio Capital Corporation for Housing (OCCH), the Ohio Housing Finance Agency (OHFA), Newbar Design Group, Huntington National Bank and Red Capital Group attending.

The renovations needed to bring Walnut Court up-to-code and up to Affordable Living by ERS standards – ERS is the project developer – took a little less than a year to accomplish.

Cincinnati Vice Mayor David Mann is scheduled to make remarks at tomorrow’s event at the site, 1020 Chapel St., located minutes from Downtown and just off of Gilbert Avenue.

We are pleased to bring safe, affordable, community living for seniors to Walnut Hills,” said Kathy Ison-Lind, ERS Vice President of Affordable Housing and In-Home Services.

Seniors facing financial challenges should have access to high-quality communities with services to help keep them living well and thriving.”

WHAT’S GOOD FOR OTR IS GREAT FOR WALNUT HILLS; CONTINUING THE MOMENTUM

How popular has the project become between the partners?

OHFA saw such tremendous value in the Walnut Court project that the agency made available additional funding that permitted a more complete renovation than the original budget originally had allowed.

Affordable Living by ERS believes that older adults should live with dignity and comfort in a safe, nurturing, and stimulating environment, no matter what their financial situation.

Operating a portfolio of more than two dozen senior communities throughout Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana, ERS is proud to offer affordable senior living communities that provide a variety of options and services not often found in communities for seniors with limited incomes.

Services such as transportation, social services and even light healthcare are offered so seniors can age in place as successfully as possible.

Walnut Court offers 21 one-bedroom and nine two-bedroom apartments for qualified residents who meet income requirements for age 62 or older; or 18 and older with a mobility disability.

Contact:

Bryan Reynolds, Director of Integrated Marketing (513) 979-2238 breynolds@erslife.org

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