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Maess

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Friendly Senior Living announces that Jean Maess and Robert Lowenthal Jr. have been elected to the board of directors for Cloverwood Senior Living/Linden Knoll. Additionally, Theodore Heinrich, Tracy Slaven and Scott Simpson have been elected to the board of directors for Friendly Home.

Maess has been elected chairperson. She currently serves as vice president, editorial and site executive of Thomson Reuters.

Lowenthal has been elected as a board member. He is retired from Canandaigua National Bank & Trust Co., where he served as senior vice president of commercial services.

Heinrich has been elected chairperson. He currently serves as vice president/director of audit at ESL Federal Credit Union.

Slaven has been elected as a board member. She is the director of human resources at Kodak Alaris.

Simpson has been elected as a board member. He is an attorney at Harter Secrest & Emery LLP.

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Lowenthal

Lowenthal

Heinrich

Heinrich

Slaven

Slaven

Simpson

Simpson

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