We love meeting Sensational Seniors who are doing amazing things every day. This month’s Sensational Seniors are Harold and Laura Stover, who have been supporting Chicago’s Brookfield Zoo for over 20 years.
Lynne Martin is an avid traveler and, with her husband Tim, enjoys speaking to audiences about making the most of the retirement years. She is the author of the best-selling memoir, Home Sweet Anywhere: How We Sold Our House, Created a New Life, and Saw the World.
After 37 years of service, Lee Gale Gruen, retired from her role as a probation officer for the Los Angeles County Probation Department. Ms. Gruen can be described as a … Read More →
At age 6, Eddy Goldfarb knew he wanted to be an independent inventor. Around the age of 23, he invented one of his most popular items, Yakity-Yak wind-up teeth, commonly known as … Read More →
Still working at age 89, Will Moore brings passion and enthusiasm to his job every day working as the elevator operator at the Chicago office building in which Oral Health America is … Read More →
Barb Orosz has always had a great love for, and relationship with dogs, and it was 10 years ago that a friend suggested she become a professional dog trainer. It … Read More →
Mary Lenox, age 71, decided to make some changes in her life when moving from her large home to a 711 square feet apartment in downtown Chicago in 2012. This … Read More →