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2010 Hero Award Recipients

ALFA 2010 Hero Award Winners

2010 ALFA Hero Award Recipients

Heroes are found in senior living communities across the country. They are the executive directors, staff members, nurses, frontline caregivers, and volunteers who do more, give more, and personify the spirit of excellence in senior living care. Everyone knows at least one hero someone in senior living who has shown extraordinary courage and leadership someone who has risen above his or her daily duties to improve the quality of life for residents.

This year we honor six Heroes chosen among 900 nominations for embracing the assisted living philosophy and serving as true representatives of the thousands of people who choose to serve seniors as a profession. Learn more about their stories below. Watch and Share the 2010 ALFA Hero videos!

The Following are the 2010 Hero Award Winners!

2010 ALFA Hero Award Recipient
2010 ALFA Hero Award Recipient
Dominique Marcus David Dickinson
The Haven in the Village at Carolina Place,
Five Star Senior Living
Victory Center of Bartlett,
Pathway Senior Living
Pineville, North Carolina Bartlett, Illinois
Video Interview

Video Interview

2010 ALFA Hero Award Recipient 2010 ALFA Hero Award Recipient
Lorinda Nicol Diego Gutierrez
Clare Bridge of Spokane
Brookdale Senior Living
Silverado of Belmont Hills,
Silverado Senior Living
Spokane, Washington Belmont, California
Video Interview

Video Interview

2010 ALFA Hero Award Recipient 2010 ALFA Hero Award Recipient
Debbie Kinsey Maggie Amick
Brightview Avondell,
Brightview Senior Living
Loyalton of Harrisonburg,
Emeritus Senior Living
Bel Air, Maryland Harrisonburg, Virginia
Video Interview

Video Interview


View the 2009 ALFA Hero Award Winners

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View the 2007 ALFA Hero Award Winners

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