Gov. Roy Cooper Proclaims PACE Month in North Carolina

September 13, 2017

Gov. Roy Cooper has proclaimed that September is PACE Month in North Carolina.

The NC PACE Association Board of Directors met with the governor at the state capitol building on Sept. 6 for the signing ceremony. His heartfelt remarks were captured on video.

The association issued a press release about the event.

On hand for the ceremony were Linda Shaw, executive director of the NC PACE Association; Thomas Chang, executive director of Carolina SeniorCare, in Lexington; Aimee Reimann, vice president of Home & Community Based Services, United Church Homes & Services, Carolina SeniorCare; Renee Rizzuti, executive director of PACE of the Southern Piedmont, in Charlotte; Rick Richards, executive director of Elderhaus, in Wilmington; Emily Jones, executive director of PACE@Home, in Newton; Brian Toomey, CEO of Piedmont Health Services, Piedmont Health SeniorCare, in Burlington and Pittsboro; Marianne Ratcliffe, executive director of Piedmont Health SeniorCare; Ursula Robinson, executive director of PACE of the Triad, in Greensboro; David Reyes, interim executive director of Senior CommUnity Care of NC, in Durham; David Beijer, executive director of CarePartners PACE, in Asheville; and Deb Bateman, executive director of LIFE St. Joseph’s of the Pines in Fayetteville.


On hand for the signing ceremony were (from left) Thomas Chang, Renee Rizzuti, Rick
Richards, Emily Jones, Brian Toomey, Linda Shaw, Gov. Roy Cooper, Aimee Reimann,
Ursula Robinson, David Reyes, David Beijer, Marianne Ratcliffe and Deb Bateman.

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