Memorial Day is a day on which those who died in active military service are remembered. To commemorate this most solemn of observances, Dr. David J. Shulkin, Secretary of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, offers this heartfelt Memorial Day message. *** This Memorial Day weekend, tens of thousands of Americans will visit our national cemeteries to pay their respects and to honor the fallen. Moving observances, including “Avenues of Flags,” color guards, gravesite flags
What do people want most in their final months? A new survey by The Economist and the Kaiser Family Foundation finds that nearly 90% of Americans believe that not burdening their family financially at the end of their life is extremely important or very important to them. Fewer than 50% gave the same importance to living as long as possible. This article explains more about the survey and its findings. If you're serious about wanting to shield your family from financial burde
Elder Care Coordinator Bre Simmons joined female residents of Merryvale Assisted Living for their second annual Ladies' Tea on May 11. The venue was transformed into a tropical paradise and the ladies of Merryvale were a lovely site decked out in their springtime finery.
Attorney Kim Kimbrough, Elder Care Coordinator Bre Simmons, and Cindy Archer, Executive Director of Bentley Assisted Living, join host Gayla Zee to talk about residential living options in this episode of Getting Ready that aired on Sunday, April 23, 2017 on 103.7 Chuck FM.
By Rosanne Burke, PAC Certified Independent Trainer Do you meditate? Do you know people who do? Meditation is a practice that is gaining
in popularity. An increasing number of people are interested in learning how to meditate
and how to incorporate meditation into their busy lives. The practice of meditation,
however is not new. It has been around for hundreds, perhaps thousands, of years.
Science in recent years has been catching up in terms of proving its many benefits.
For many people who work with attorneys, the words "law firm" and "comfort" might not belong together. But at Kimbrough Law, providing comfort to clients and their families is one of the primary objectives. Attorney Kim Kimbrough explains. View more educational videos on the Kimbrough Law YouTube Channel.
Debit/credit card skimming is on the rise because it is easy for scammers. Card skimming happens when thieves "skim" your credit or debit card information using a device that affixes to a card reader on something like an ATM machine or gas station pump. It blends in with the existing equipment well enough that unsuspecting consumers never notice it. It is difficult to detect because the criminals place the skimming device over existing card reader slots. Once, you slide your