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URC, Shasta Point announce new board members

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March 11, 2011 |

Pacific Retirement Services Inc. in Medford, Ore., has announced new board members for University and Shasta Point retirement communities, both in Davis.

University Retirement Community is a PRS-affiliated continuing care retirement community, and Shasta Point is an affordable senior housing community operated by PRS.

Board members for URC include Paul Hart, president of Davis Waste Removal; Dennis Lindsay, chief financial officer at Nugget Market, who previously worked as senior manager at Price Waterhouse; Wayne Schrader, an optometrist who has been serving families in Davis for 30 years and who helped start and runs the Rotary Club’s Vision Project, providing eye care for children in need; and Lois Cross, case manager for the Sutter Continuum of Care Program at Sutter West Medical Group in Davis and president of the American Case Management Association’s Northern California chapter. Hart will serve as secretary and Lindsay as treasurer.

Shasta Point’s new board member is Shawna Sloan, an internal auditor at Rogue Federal Creditor in Medford. Previously, she was internal auditor at PremierWest Bank.

Board elections occurred at the PRS 2010 annual meeting in November in conjunction with the grand opening celebration at Mirabella Portland, PRS’s newest continuing care retirement community in South Waterfront, Portland, Ore.

To learn more about University Retirement Community, at 1515 Shasta Drive, call (530) 747-7001 or 1-888-238-2058, or visit http://www.retirement.org/davis.

For more information about Shasta Point Retirement Community, at 1501 Shasta Drive, call 1-800-714-9177 or visit http://www.senioraffordablehousing.org.

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