Forefront Living Announces Arrival of Corporate Human Resources Director

We are happy to announce the addition Jamey Musgrove to the Forefront Living team as Corporate Human Resources Director.

Jamey comes to us with over 20 years’ experience in Human Resource management. She was most recently with Morada Senior Living as Regional Director of Human Resources where she was responsible for all facets of HR for 17 senior living communities throughout Texas and New Mexico. She has deep  experience in all human resource-related responsibilities including policies and procedures development and application, performance management, employee relations, benefits, payroll, legal compliance and recruitment.

Jamey received a bachelor’s degree from Iowa State University and a master’s degree from the University of Nebraska. She is a member of the Society of Human Resource Management (SHRM) and has obtained the credentials as a Professional in Human Resources (PHR). Jamey will oversee all aspects of Human Resources across all Forefront Living entities.

Please join us in welcoming Jamey to the Forefront Living family!

For more information about the services Forefront Living offers, please visit forefrontliving.org/our-services.

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The Construction Corner – Aug. 27, 2021

This issue includes:

  • A sneak peak at the view from the top floor of the Hawthorne,
  • A guide to what construction is doing at PVN from Monday, August 30 to Friday, September 3,
  • And progress pictures of the construction in the Corrigan building!
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Independent Living and Assisted Living Residents Make Origami Butterflies for the Each Moment Matters Luncheon

Presbyterian Village North (PVN) independent living and assisted living residents gathered to help the Forefront Living Foundation create 250 origami butterflies for the Each Moment Matters Luncheon.

The residents sipped wine as they received instructions on making the butterflies from the Foundation team. Those in attendance enjoyed the fellowship as they folded, tucked and molded the paper into the perfect shape. Each session attracted about 15 participants. Watch local news coverage here.

“It’s a lot of fun,” said PVN resident, Telva Gayle Wallace. “We’re actually learning how to make butterflies out of paper then attaching it to a clip so they can be used as décor.”

The butterflies generate funds for the Faith Caring Fund during the luncheon season as donors can purchase them to wear in support of the event.

“I’m happy to do this because the Each Moment Matters is meaningful to me and I’m so pleased Forefront Living is doing this,” said resident, David Lodwick.

To learn more about the Each Moment Matters Luncheon, visit eachmomentmatters.org.

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