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Prime Times Senior Expo

A Resource Guide for Older Adults

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First-Time 87-Year-Old Bride Excited To Say I Do

Octogenarians will tie the knot on Sept. 10
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Elizabeth Tucker never thought she would marry, but that recently changed when the 87-year-old fell in love. Tucker will tie the knot in September when she marries fellow Our Lady of Life Apartments resident 88-year-old Eugene Schmidt. I was a confirmed bachelorette, Tucker said as she sat holding hands with her fiance. I was independent and headstrong. I was never going to get married, but before you know it I fell in love with the guy. Schimdt smiles, gazing lovingly at his brideto-be. He hadnt planned on falling in love either. He spent many years with his first wife, who died of cancer, and wasnt looking for anyone else. I was blindsided, Schmidt said of being smitten with Tucker. I came here to relax and retire I wasnt looking for love. But love found them. The two became neighbors at their senior living apartment complex Our Lady of Life in Shrewsbury when Schmidt moved there in September 2009. Prior to that, both lived in the City of St. Louis. cont. p. 4-PT

Elizabeth Tucker, 87, and her fianc, Eugene Schmidt, 88, will be wed in September. Both live at Our Lady of Life Apartments in Shrewsbury. photo by Diana Linsley

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Prime Times Senior Expo: July 21 Resource Fair For Older Adults
Older adults wont want to miss the second annual Prime Times Senior Expo sponsored by the South County Times, Webster-Kirkwood Times and West End Word. The expo will feature exhibits and speakers of special interest to those in their prime time years. The expo is Thursday, July 21, 9 a.m. to noon, at the Orlando Gardens Banquet and Conference Center. Admission is free. More than 50 vendors will be on hand, offering information on everything from adult housing opportunities to health care tips and financial advice. Free blood pressure checks, balance assessments, vision screenings and video ear exams will be available. Come sample free, delicious food from businesses such as Sappington Farmers Market and Cafe Manhattan The expo will also have several giveaways. Gig Gwin, chairman and CEO of

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Eugene Schmidt is down on one knee reenacting his marriage proposal to Elizabeth Tucker. photo by Diana Linsley

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The two were friendly because Tucker had been friends with one of Schmidts younger sisters for the better part of three decades. Even still, they didnt see much of each other until Tucker suffered a stroke in December. When she returned to her apartment after a brief hospital stay, Schmidt was one of the residents who would often drop by to check on her. He was so kind, she said. Tucker most appreciated Schmidt helping her to the dining room every evening. He knew I wouldnt use a walker or a wheelchair, so he would walk me down to dinner, she said. Pretty soon the two were in love. Then, when they were in the chapel on Valentines Day, Schmidt got down on both knees, pulled out an engagement ring and asked Tucker to marry him. All she could say was, Yes! I didnt know whether Id be able to get back up, but I did, Schmidt said with a laugh. That night the first song of the Valentines Day dance at their apartment complex was dedicated to the lovebirds. It was kind of like their engagement party, said Ann Kuhn, administrator at Our Lady of Life Apartments. Elizabeth was going around showing off her ring. After the proposal came the wedding planning, which is still in full swing. Even though Tucker already has her dress and shoes picked out, theres still a lot to do before the big day arrives. Tucker and Schmidt will be married at St. Michael the Archangel Catholic Church in Shrewsbury with the reception to follow at Our Lady of Life. Tucker could barely contain her excitement as she talked about the wedding plans, the cake from Lubeleys Bakery and their honeymoon to a ranch resort in Mountain View, Mo. As the two walked hand in hand down the hallway, they shared loving glances and a few kisses. Im not marrying him for looks or money Im marrying him for who he is, Tucker said. Hes a wonderful person and a great companion. The two enjoy going out to lunch, partaking in short trips offered by Our Lady of Life, playing bocce ball with other residents and more. Even though theyre not married

yet, the couple is already learning the art of compromise. Tucker has agreed to play bingo once a week with Schmidt because hes letting her teach him how to play bridge. We compromise, Tucker said. Give a little, take a little. Just like any couple in love, Tucker and Schmidt cant wait for the wedding day. They chose Sept. 10, 2011, for a specific reason. Im going to be 89 the day after we get married I wanted to get married before I got old, Schmidt said with a laugh. He quickly added: Weve decided not to have children right away. Schmidt considers himself lucky to

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Kirkwood resident Larry Ross spent 35 years in the banking industry before retiring as a senior vice president with Bank of America almost three years ago. Since he retired, Ross, 65, has been putting his professional knowledge to use as a SCORE volunteer helping small businesses. I just think you can really make a deep impression on individuals in this business, Ross said about SCORE. You can enjoy their successes and help them through difficult times. SCOREs primary goal is to work with small business owners either through face-to-face counseling or through cyber counseling, said Ross. In addition to that we do education. We run seminars and workshops throughout the year. Business owners typically operate on their own, Ross said. We act as
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Kirkwood resident Larry Ross, a retired bank executive, helps small business owners through his work as a SCORE volunteer. photo by Diana Linsley counselors. Its main office is at 200 N. Broadway in downtown St. Louis, space it shares with the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA). SCORE is a resource partner with the SBA, a business partner with the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce and the Veterans Business Resource Center and offers business counseling at St. Patricks Center and at the Justine Petersen organization at 1023 N. Grand Blvd.

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Pat Roseman of Ballwin and Norm Nardoni of South County were among supporters of Shepherds Center of Webster/Kirkwood Inc. on Wednesday who rallied at the corner of Berry and Lockwood soliciting votes for a new Toyota vehicle for the center. The center is competing for a new Toyota vehicle to expand its transportation ministry to help seniors with grocery shopping and rides to the centers programs. It has already been named a finalist in Toyotas 100 Cars for Good program. The next step is for individuals to vote for The Shepherd Center on Facebook on Friday, July 15. To vote, visit https://apps.facebook. com/carsforgood. The center is an interfaith volunteer organization that provides programs and services for older adults.

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SCORE is another tool for chambers of commerce to utilize when educating members, said Wright. This valuable resource utilizes the experience of seasoned entrepreneurs to provide a needed service to local business persons needing assistance in running their business. The Kirkwood chamber has partnered with the local SCORE chapter in presenting seminars, in consultations and mentor referrals, Wright added. Advice For Business Owners In addition to telling the SCORE story at chamber events, Boles gives presentations where he offers 16 strategies to improve a business owners bottom line. Those tips include counting the money, tracking customers, pricing the product right, having a business plan and servicing customers to death. Once a month, SCORE holds a seminar at St. Louis Community College at Meramec in Room So-105 on How to Start and Manage Your Own Business from 8:15 a.m. to 3 p.m. The cost is $50. This month, it will be held on Saturday, July 16, and in August on Saturday, Aug. 13. On July 22, a workshop in Starting and Running a Not-For Profit Business will be held at Justine Petersen and on Aug. 27, Small Business Marketing for 2011 will be held at the St. Charles Economic Development Center. Workshops cost up to $30. To anyone considering going into business, Boles offers advice he picked up from the SBA: Have a vision, have a plan and be willing to reach out for help. No. 3 is very difficult for some folks. They think they know everything, he said. For more information, to volunteer or to seek confidential help, call the Kirkwood office, 10 am. to 3 p.m. at 800-1527 or visit To register for a workshop or seminar, visit the website.


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Happy 100th Birthday

Nina Starbuck McArtor will celebrate her 100th birthday Aug. 26. Nina Mom Mac McArtor has been a resident of Webster Groves for 77 years. She and her late husband J.T. Mac McArtor were both teachers at Webster Groves High School. Mac also coached football. Nina retired from teaching after 46 years, and she is a long time member of Philanthropic Educational Organization (PEO). Nina has three sons, Gene, Allan and John, and a daughter, Nina, in addition to nine grandchildren and 13 great grandchildren. Nina is also a Nina McArtor member of Third Baptist Church in St. Louis.

Seniors Be Wary Of Fraud

Seniors are too often victimized by telemarketing fraud. Studies from the American Association of Retired Persons have shown that many elderly fraud victims simply dont suspect the person soliciting money on the phone could be a criminal. The FBI reports that there are as many as 14,000 illegal telemarketing operations going on at any given time. These illegal operations generate as much as $40 billion a year. Here are a few tips to reduce the risk of being victimized: A legitimate marketer or charity will not try to pressure prospective buyers into making a purchase over the phone or prospective donors into making immediate contributions. A legitimate marketer will accept a persons desire for written information about the products or charity. Telemarketing fraudsters often employ couriers to pick up payments. It is not legal for contests or sweepstakes to require winners pay a fee before they can enter a contest or claim a prize. Companies offering to recover past money lost to fraud are often fraudulent themselves. These companies will offer their fraudulent services for a fee. Money lost to a fraudulent telemarketer is likely lost forever. It is important to receive official documentation from any telemarketer before buying a product or making a donation.

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Individuals with arthritis are often stuck between a rock and a hard place. Doctors want people to exercise to keep up the range of motion in affected joints. However, even some limited movements can cause pain for those with arthritis. Arthritis sufferers can do a number of things including reoutfitting tools to reconnect with past hobbies.

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are good for those with arthritis. Also, look for tools with larger grips and handles. Crafting Ceramics is one craft where the activity can also be the exercise. Using a pottery wheel or hand-molding doughs and other modeling media can be a way to stretch and work the hands and fingers. Using paintbrushes equipped with wider grips can make painting possible. Cooking With ergonomic spoons, ladles and other kitchen tools, it has never been more convenient or less labor-intensive to be an accomplished home chef. For those who love to bake but have trouble kneading and working dough, food processors, bread machines and kitchen stand mixers can take the work out of those processes.

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make simple lifestyle changes to help prevent another stroke. The program also educates patients and families on the physical and cognitive effects of stroke, the types of treatment and how caregivers can assist in the recovery process. Topics presented in the Starting Now classes include the facts and figures of stroke, understanding emotional and behavioral changes, how stroke affects mobility and daily living, how stroke affects communication, cognition and swallowing, medical management and prevention of recurring stroke. Classes repeat topics weekly, so you can join at any time. There is no fee. Registration is required.

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Designed to meet the needs of new and expectant grandparents and to prepare them for their supportive role in the family, the goal of the grandparents class is to improve communication between the generations. Changes and current trends, including sleep positions, infant feeding and safety issues, are among the topics covered. Participants also tour St. Anthonys Family Birth Center. Cost for the class is $5 per person. The next grandparents class is scheduled from 6 to 9 p.m. Monday, Aug. 8, on the eighth floor of St. Anthonys Medical Center, 10010 Kennerly Road. Registration is required.

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A free, ongoing educational program for stroke patients, stroke survivors and their families, called Starting Now, is being offered at St. Anthonys Medical Center. Starting Now consists of one-hour group sessions held from 4 to 5 p.m. on five consecutive days (every Monday through Friday) at St. Anthonys Acute Rehabilitation Center. Staff members teach the classes. Classes are ongoing, so anyone may join at any time. Part of the focus of Starting Now is on teaching patients how to identify their manageable risks for stroke and

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St. Anthonys Home Transport program provides roundtrip transportation for adults age 60 and older and people with disabilities from their homes to St. Anthonyssponsored services. Trained drivers, wearing uniforms and displaying ID badges, use wheelchair-accessible vans to pick up patients in ZIP codes surrounding the medical center, within St. Louis City and County and Jefferson County. Patients are asked to call with their appointment times 48 hours in advance, if possible. Drivers pick up residents at their doors (must be at ground level or handicapped accessible, no stairs) and transport them directly to their scheduled appointments, returning them home afterwards. St. Anthonys Home Transport service is available from 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. weekdays to area residents who are 60 or older or disabled. Cost for a round trip is $15. For more information about these services and others, visit www.


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