Our first guest is Jim Hough. Jim will discuss his newest book titled “Eighty-Nine Years and Still Evolving.” This book will be available in early fall after he becomes age 90. In this collection of essays and miscellaneous writings, Mr. Hough reflects on the serenity of retirement living in the middle of his own private Forest and Wildlife Preserve in southeast Indiana. Mr. Hough retired at the end of 1998 at age 68, ending more than 35 years in private professional practice of the applied earth sciences as a licensed professional geologist and licensed professional engineer. He is lecturer emeritus, University of Cincinnati Evening College. Mr. Hough is author or co-author of a number of published technical and scientific professional papers and books. His life in retirement has become mostly reading and writing since losing his wife to cancer twelve years ago. You will be able to purchase the new book on Amazon, at Barnes and Noble, and several other outlets.
Our second guest is a global authority on positive aging, Lezlie Snoozy-Kaitfords. She is passionate about changing the conversation and promoting positive aging through education, innovation, and leadership. Lezlie has over 20 years of experience in senior care. Lezlie is the owner/operator of Comfort Keepers franchises in South Dakota and Oregon. Her assisted living businesses, has provided care and services to over 3,000 seniors and their families. Lezlie was a Certified Senior Advisor and holds a Geriatric Care Management Certification.
Lezlie will discuss her best-seller “Is It Time? 3 Steps to a Successful Journey with Aging Loved Ones”, says there’s nothing quite so satisfying, and healthy, as when a senior’s eyes glimmer when they receive even the simplest act of kindness or moment of happiness. Smiles are a particularly precious commodity for them during the COVID-19 pandemic. To learn more about Lezlie and her book, visit www.lezliesnoozy.com