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Below are job openings at LeadingAge Maryland member organizations. To include an opening on this job board, please email our Communications Manager, Deanne Bellin.


COMMUNITY LIFE ASSISTANT (Glen Meadows Retirement Community) Glen Arm, MD


Glen Meadows is searching for an engaging and vibrant individual who has a desire to work with the senior population. The Community Life Assistant assists in planning, implementing, improving and engaging residents in daily activities which improve physical, social, spiritual and intellectual well-being. In addition the Community Life Assistant assists in fulfilling sensory needs of residents with varying levels of ability.


Must possess the ability to follow written and verbal instructions, the ability to direct volunteers, and the ability to read and write. A high school diploma or equivalent required, and previous health care experience preferred. Desirable to have interest in arts/crafts/music. The position is full time with weekend and holiday hours as assigned.


Apply online here




Corporate Vice President of Funds Development/Chief Development Officer for a senior living corporation serving over 2,100 clients and employing over 1,280 co-workers in 2 states at 5 locations.


Bachelor’s Degree, CFRE or ACFRE credentials with 5 years’ experience in a fund development management position. Direct experience in the senior living industry preferred. Major gift solicitation and capital campaign experience required.


View us on the web at Please submit cover letter, resume, completed application and references by July 20, 2019 by selecting the Career tab on Homewood’s website and then select the link to submit an application.


MARKETING SALES COUNSELOR (Glen Meadows Retirement Community) Glen Arm, MD


Responsible for direct sales of independent living units to successfully achieve sales goals.


Bachelor's degree preferred. Minimum of two years experience in sales, preferably in a retirement community setting or real estate. Demonstrated proficiency in Microsoft Office, Power Point, and email applications required. Must be reliable, have exemplary follow up, superb presentation, telephonic and electronic communications skills, and overall professionalism.


Candidates may contact Lourdes Morales at 717-706-2389 or apply online: 


SALES TEAM MANAGER (Acts Fairhaven) Eldersburg, MD


The Sales Team Manager coordinates and oversees the sales efforts of a specific Acts Retirement Life Community or cluster of communities.  Reporting directly to the Regional Director of Sales, the Sales Team Manager is responsible for maintaining a fully occupied community and strong waiting list assuring high occupancy into the future. Working closely with sales/marketing management to create a community specific strategy aligned with company goals and community needs.


The critical skills and knowledge required to successfully perform the functions of the position are normally obtained through:

  • The completion of a B.A. or B.S. degree  
  • Sales management experience preferred 
  • A working knowledge of the life care industry and comprehensive understanding of the specific life care community

At Acts, you can build a challenging and rewarding career with competitive benefits, and a full range of opportunities for professional growth. To apply: . 



Moorings Park has three beautiful campuses and is widely known as the premier provider of active retirement living in Southwest Florida. Offering a wide variety of luxurious residences, upscale and casual dining, comprehensive physician services, state-of-the art fitness centers and engaging social activities, Moorings Park provides Simply the Best® facilities and services for successful aging. Moorings Park serves over 700 residents on the main campus and has a second community, Moorings Park at Grey Oaks that serves over 200 residents. The organization has begun construction on the first phase of its third community, Moorings Park at Grande Lake. The organization is accredited by CARF-CCAC, CHAPS, and is 5-star rated.


Reporting to the Chief Executive Officer, the VPHR is responsible for providing vision, leadership, and direction in developing and executing human resources strategy to achieve the overall business plan, strategic direction, mission, and goals of the organization, specifically in the areas of talent management, succession planning, change management, organizational and performance management, training and development, and compensation. The finalist will have significant discretion and substantial involvement in the development, interpretation, and implementation of the organization’s employment related policies. (S)he serves on the Executive Leadership Team and provides confidential advice to the Chief Executive Officer, executive management team, and line directors and managers. The finalist will work closely with all department heads, supervisors and employees and demonstrate the ability to clearly and effectively communicate both orally and in writing.


Five or more years in Human Resources administration; knowledge of computerized payroll system and personnel generated reports is required. A Master of Human Resources or related field or Bachelor of Human Resources and 10 years of progressive leadership experience in healthcare and/or hospitality is preferred.


This is an outstanding opportunity to continue to build upon the organization’s outstanding reputation for providing an exceptional lifestyle environment. Candidate nominations or expressions of personal interest may be directed in confidence to Dan Deffet, Managing Partner, Deffet Group, Inc., via email:


REGIONAL DIRECTOR - Chesapeake Region (Acts Legacy Foundation) Eldersburg, MD

Acts Legacy Foundation, Inc., a nonprofit supporting organization of Acts Retirement-Life Communities, Inc., seeks an experienced fundraising and planned giving professional to identify, cultivate and secure legacy commitments, major gifts and expand charitable giving for programs and funds in the Acts Chesapeake Region (Southern Delaware, Eastern Shore Maryland, and Carroll & Frederick Co, MD.), with the Regional Office located in Eldersburg, Maryland.

The successful candidate will have completed a bachelor’s degree in finance, nonprofit management, social sciences or similar discipline and have demonstrated a successful track record, including five or more years of related work identifying and securing annual, capital, life-income gifts and bequests. 

This full-time position is available July 2019, and requires advanced knowledge of fundraising techniques, planned giving, tax benefits of charitable giving, and the principles of gift stewardship and fundraising ethics. Strong interpersonal skills and ability to relate to mature donors; excellent listening, verbal, written communication and public speaking skills are expected. For information on the Acts Legacy Foundation:

To apply: .  Please provide resume and cover letter detailing demonstrated successes.

(LeadingAge PA) Mechanicsburg, PA

LeadingAge PA, a statewide Association representing nonprofit senior services providers, is seeking an energetic, creative individual to develop services and relationships that will enhance the membership experience. 

Duties would include, but not be limited to:

  • Maintain close and positive communications with new and existing members; assist with questions, concerns, and needs; reflect a positive attitude about the Association at all times
  • Serve as an active liaison between the Association and members; regularly visit with members to determine support needed from Association staff, including completion of 150 member visits annually
  • Develop and oversee implementation of comprehensive recruitment and retention plans for Association members
  • Direct and oversee implementation of membership renewal and dues process and structure; evaluate due payment trends in order to continuously track status of membership base; make recommendations on needed changes and adjustments to the Association’s dues formulas
  • Present to existing and prospective members and groups in order to communicate the role and benefits of the Association’s membership

Prior experience in the senior services field or in a similar role is preferred.  Candidates should also have strong public relations, marketing and communications skills.  Prior experience with Salesforce is a plus.  College credentials and/or equivalent experience would be considered.


Candidates must have the ability to travel frequently (approximately 50%), including overnight stays.  Competitive salary and full benefits package provided.

Interested individuals should submit resume and cover letter to: Luanne Reese, Sr. Vice President & COO,

(Friends House Retirement Community) Sandy Spring, MD

Qualifications: College graduate. Has 2 years of experience in a social or recreational program in a licensed health care setting within the last 5 years, 1 year of which was full-time in a resident activities program with guidance from a qualified consultant in a health care setting. CTRS (Certified Therapeutic Recreation Specialist) credentials from National Council for Therapeutic Recreation Certification is highly desired, and a member of MACS (Maryland Activity Coordinators Society). Aptitude and some training in arts and crafts. Ability to plan and organize recreational activities. Must have a sincere desire to work with the aged. Must have an understanding of the social, psychological and recreational needs of the aged as well as other types of residents in nursing facili­ties and must be able to plan and organize activities geared to these needs. Must have patience, tact, cheerful disposition and enthusiasm and be able to handle residents based on whatever maturity level they are currently functioning. Any satisfactory combination of education, training, experience, or abilities in a related field. Must be able to accomplish all responsibilities without supervision or other employee assistance after the training period is completed, and do so without injury to oneself or other individuals. May be required to work evenings, weekends, and holidays to facilitate programming. Must be able to read, write, and speak English as to be understood effectively by another individual.

Responsibilities: Plans, organizes, and directs or carries out a program of activities which will provide entertainment, inter-communication, exercise, relaxation, opportunity to express creative talent, and fulfill basic psychological, social and spiritual needs, and which will be available to all residents as ordered by the resident's physician, subject to his/her written restrictions and limitation. Initiates and promotes activities both within the facility, and outside the facility to stimulate and promote resident interest and general well-being. Assesses resident in light of their background, interest, leisure, previous lifestyle, physical and cognitive limitations and needs. Documents individual activity program using the appropriate assessment forms. Completes Minimum Data Set (MDS) comprehensive assessment forms in a timely manner.

Contact: The ideal candidate can send resume to:

(St. Martin's Home) Catonsville, MD

The Little Sisters of the Poor are seeking an RN with MDS experience to join their family at St. Martin's Home in Catonsville. This position is full-time, dayshift with benefits. Salary dependent upon experience and qualifications. Experience in infection prevention and/or staff development a plus.

There is no religious requirement to either work or reside at the St. Martin's Home. As employees, we work in tandem with the Little Sisters in providing humble, compassionate, dignified and respectful care to the elderly. We enjoy a staffing ratio of 1 GNA to 6 residents and approximately 110 staff.

Contact: Keith E. Karas, Human Resources Director at 410-744-9367, ext 115


DIRECTOR OF NURSING, RN (Glen Meadows Retirement Community), Glen Arm, MD

Job Purpose:  Responsible for the organization, supervision, administration and overall management of the nursing service program

Education and Experience Requirements: Current state professional license (RN). Three years experience in gerontological/rehabilitative nursing preferred. One-year experience or education in nursing service administration and supervision. Bachelor’s degree in Nursing or related field preferred. Working knowledge of applicable federal and state regulations. Ability to instruct, direct and lead staff. Computer experience preferred.

Contact: Candidates may contact Lourdes Morales at 717-706-2389 or apply online:


DIRECTOR OF NURSING, RN (Carroll Lutheran Village), Westminster, MD

Carroll Lutheran Village, a progressive, growing, nationally accredited continuing care retirement community located in Westminster, Maryland has an exciting opportunity for an experienced Director of Nursing.

We offer competitive pay, great benefits, and a supportive work environment!

Use your active MD RN license and 5+ years of clinical and nursing management experience in acute, sub-acute, and long-term care environments to lead a dedicated team delivering person centered care in our short-term rehabilitation, memory care, and long-term skilled health care center.

Please send your resume, including salary requirements, to


EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR (myPotential at Home Virginia - a National Lutheran Service), Rockville, MD and Winchester, VA

Exciting opportunity for an Executive Director responsible for multi-site home care and home health operations in Maryland and Virginia

Are You:
An experienced leader in the home health industry who enjoys leading, coaching, and growing team members to provide service excellence to their clients?  Do you believe happy and engaged team members create positive experiences and clinical outcomes? Then stop looking for a job and apply for the right job with us!

We Are:
myPotential at Home is a National Lutheran Service who has been providing home care in Maryland and home care and home health in Virginia for over five years. Our team members bring an array of talents and skills to the homes of the seniors we serve. If you are looking for a rewarding career in more ways than one, apply to join us today.

Why Us:
Because we believe that taking care of our teams is the best way to take care of our clients, National Lutheran Communities & Services embodies our We CARE culture. We CARE means we strive to set the standard of service to each other as well as to our clients. We offer a comprehensive and generous suite of benefits to promote health and financial security for you and your family.

The Role:
You will report to the Chief Operating Officer (COO), and have primary responsibility and accountability for administrative and leadership functions as well as supervision of the established organizational plan. You will be responsible for the quality, planning, marketing, and financial management of the myPotential at Home service line as well as support the National Lutheran Communities and Services mission to honor, inspire and support seniors living in their home. You will have overall leadership responsibility for operating myPotential at Home, including strategic planning, growth of the service line both in geographic locations as well as services provided, quality assurance performance improvement, problem resolution, personnel management and retention as well as performance improvement.

Qualifications and Skills You Need:
Minimum of bachelor’s degree in business, nursing or health administration or a related field or comparable experience, Registered Nurse (RN), minimum of ten years of increasing responsible experience in health care administration with a minimum of two years of experience in direct home health operations/management, effective supervisory experience required, working and current knowledge of various State and Federal regulations including Medicare conditions of participation for home health agencies, able to apply knowledge of health care delivery models and relevant financial acumen, experience in performance management and effective leadership, enjoy traveling among sites in Rockville, MD and Winchester, VA

Visit and apply today!



Responsible for providing administrative day-to-day leadership in the area of regional property management and facilities management. Ensures that quality housing and services are provided to the residents in a manner consistent with the values of Catholic Charities. The Senior Regional Manager is accountable for consistent and uniform application and compliance of the policies, regulations and procedures required by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD); the Maryland Community Development Administration, investors, other agencies and organizations, including various grant sources.

The Senior Regional Manager supervises the Regional Managers and the Facilities Manager. The Senior Regional Property Manager may also directly supervise property managers when it becomes necessary to do so as a result of staff vacancy.

For more details click here for more information and to apply or reach out to Adam Brown at



Make a Difference.  Inspire Others.  Love your Job!

We seek a passionate and committed Director, Business Development to join our leadership team in Largo, MD, who will be responsible for integrating the hospice and palliative medicine services provided by HOC into the larger Healthcare system of central Maryland the overall administration of hospice clinical services for the majority of the Anne Arundel County geographic area.

Position Summary:  The Director oversees the strategic aspects of Business Development for both Anne Arundel and Prince George’s Counties, which includes marketing existing services, helping develop new service lines, and maximizing the operational efficiency of patient on-boarding; and oversees the Prince George’s County office operations in conjunction with Director of Clinical Services. Director is responsible for achieving referral, census and length of stay goals. Both, strong relational and analytic skills are required. In addition, the Director serves as an active participant in the Directors’ group that oversees the general operations of Hospice of the Chesapeake.

For more details, please visit our website or reach out to our Recruitment Team at


Silverstone Living is a 501(c) 3 organization and is the parent company of Hunt Community and The Huntington at Nashua, not-for-profit Life Plan Communities located in Nashua, New Hampshire. Each campus includes independent living, assisted living, rehabilitation, and skilled nursing care. In addition, the organization operates At Home by Hunt, a Life Care Continuing Care at Home (CCAH) program. The organization seeks a dynamic, engaging and experienced senior living executive with a keen sense of vision, strategic planning and positioning skills, and a commitment to quality care and resident service.

Working with the Board, the CEO implements the established policies of the Directors and affiliate Board of Trustees through affiliate Executive Directors. A consummate strategist, the finalist candidate will draw upon an extensive understanding of the rapidly changing continuing care environment to develop a clear vision for the organization’s continued success in the future. Proficiency in project financing, capital improvement planning, and development of additional sources of revenue is paramount. The CEO will possess leadership qualities and management skills necessary to uphold the organization’s ongoing success at providing the highest quality of care and services in a truly homelike environment. The CEO will promote an organizational culture that continues its longstanding commitment to ongoing excellence.

The ideal candidate will be an individual of integrity, compassion, and care who embraces the Silverstone Living values of resident independence, dignity and security. (S)he will be a good listener and open communicator, who integrates within a very positive culture while remaining sensitive and open to any opportunities for change necessary. (S)he will recognize Silverstone’s stature in the community and will both continue and enhance its outstanding reputation by remaining highly visible and interactive not only among staff, residents, and clients, but also within the surrounding community. Graduation from an accredited college or university, with a Master's degree preferred in health care, management, hospitality, or a related field. Ten years’ experience in Life Plan Community (CCRC) or related health or senior living management.

Candidate nominations or expressions of personal interest may be directed in confidence to Dan Deffet, Managing Partner, Deffet Group, Inc., via email:


Collington, a vibrant and multi-cultural Life Care community recognized throughout the Mid-Atlantic for the outstanding quality of its community life and health care services, is seeking a new Executive Director (CEO). Collington is a full-service CCRC with over 450 residents and is located in Mitchellville, Maryland, just outside of Washington D.C. Collington offers superior care and service to its residents with 340 independent living homes and apartments, 65 assisted living apartments, and a 44-skilled nursing bed health center, including accommodations devoted to the care of individuals with cognitive impairment.

The Executive Director provides vision, strategic direction, fiscal oversight and leadership in the fulfillment of the community’s mission. She/he assumes the role of Collington’s face in the community, acting as a key influencer in building relationships with community, civic, business, and other healthcare leaders.

Qualifications and Experience:
• Bachelor’s degree and a minimum of ten years of managerial and leadership experience; Master’s degree preferred.
• Demonstrated track record of success in providing leadership within a complex organization and in building and nurturing constructive relationships within the community.
• Highly strategic with a demonstrated track record in assessing a complex, competitive market and in developing related growth and development initiatives.
• Operational acumen will include fiscal management, performance excellence, management accountability, measurement discipline, an outcomes orientation, and experience in developing programs to enhance resident, family, and associate engagement.
• Ability and willingness to develop innovative programs and partnerships, to be creative, and to ensure that Collington is an organization in the leading edge of providing programs and services to seniors.
• A demonstrated track record in designing and leading performance excellence initiatives resulting in continuous and sustained improvement.
• Exceptional managerial abilities combined with exemplary interpersonal and communication skills.
• A strong and engaging public and philanthropic presence in the public sphere: the ability to represent and become the public face of Collington within the sophisticated D.C. Metro communities.
• A broad understanding of federal and state laws related to the operation of CCRC’s, skilled nursing and personal care communities.
• Possession of, or eligibility to sit for, a Maryland Nursing Home Administrator’s license is preferred, but not required.
Candidates will likely have elder housing and healthcare background, if not life care experience.

For referrals or to submit a resume, please contact: All expressions of interest are confidential.

SALES RESIDENCY COUNSELOR (Acts, Copper Ridge) Sykesville, MD 

The Sales Residency Counselor for an Innovative Neurocognitive Community is responsible for managing and growing Assisted Living and Skilled Nursing census at Copper Ridge. This position is responsible for achieving occupancy targets through developing and fostering individual and referral relationships, outbound calling, lead development, events, tours, creative follow-up, database management and other occupancy-generating activities. In order to advance measurable sales results, the Residency Counselor – Neurocognitive Supports will create and maintain effective collaboration, communication and sales-focus with various internal partners, including community leadership and departmental teams, front-line colleagues, Home Office Team, Neurocognitive Clinic, Integrace Institute and Peabody Club teams. While building census in assisted living and skilled nursing is the primary focus of this role, collaborative sales support is needed to promote the Copper Ridge 5-Point Model.


Sales Process and Census Management

  • Responsible for daily sales operations: (i.e. taking appointments, data entry, taking walk-in's, answering phones, scheduling appointments, writing hand-written notes to customers, timely follow-up with customers, outbound calls, setting-up events, executing sales events, providing tours, etc.).
  • Achieve and exceed sales-related census goals; implement sales and marketing programs, strategies and processes to attain those goals (i.e. outbound calling, appointments, tours, event attendance, event results, phone call conversion, moves, etc.).
  • Prepare and deliver meaningful, inspirational, educational and effective sales presentations to prospective families and professionals..
  • Be a subject matter expert in all residential and ancillary programs offered and support sales efforts for each facet of the 5 Point model.
  • Create and execute a robust external marketing plan to build relationships with community partners and referral sources
  • Develop and implement specific, measurable sales strategies that address specific customer preferences and priorities across multiple business lines within the community.
  • Develop and maintain relationships with prospective residents and referral sources, with specific and documented, measurable outcomes.
  • Fully understand all contracts, addendums and other related documents to be able to address all related questions with our colleagues and customers.
  • Compile and analyze all sales reports, statistics and trends and create strategies from these.
  • Conduct frequent, effective sales presentations that inspire customers to take their next step in the sales process and in their research process.
  • Participate in industry trade shows and external community events as needed
  • Possess ability to use Excel, Word, email and learn proprietary databases.
  • Remain goal and outcome driven and be able to inspire the community navigation team to embrace and participate in marketing initiatives.
  • Build and maintains positive relationships in the external community (local and global) to ensure that marketing initiatives are successful.
  • Stay up-to-date on industry trends and competitive environment to positively position the community.
  • Respond to all inquiries within the same day, with timely and regular follow-up contacts and visits scheduled.
  • Position may require flexibility in schedule to accommodate prospective guests and events, including some evening and weekend hours.
  • Possess a counseling mentality with a focus on what is important to the guest as well as their families and/or caregivers.
  • Provide guidance regarding resources and support to families/caregivers. Serve as a liaison to direct guests and their loved ones to support services within the community.

Education: A Bachelor's degree is preferred


  • Three or more years of sales and marketing experience in an Assisted Living or Skilled Nursing Community preferred
  • Proven track record of attaining and maintaining sales and marketing objectives and goals
  • Experience with public speaking, building an external referral network and delivering effective presentations
  • Experience in and knowledge of sales practices and strategies with proven results
  • Ability to earn trust and build solid relationships both inside and outside of an organization; influence without formal authority


To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.


  • Excellent sales and marketing skills with proven results
  • Excellent customer service skills both in person, on the phone and via e-mail.
  • Excellent communication skills (oral and written); writing and editing skills
  • Proven Presentation skills (i.e. stand-up presentation in front of both large and small groups without notes, lectern presentation with a script, impromptu "30 second commercial", executive meeting presentations, etc.)
  • Highly organized and detail oriented
  • Creative and strategic thinker

Please apply at


ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF NURSING (Ravenwood Campus) 1183 Luther Drive, Hagerstown, MD 21740

General Responsibilities:

  • Responsible for assisting the Director of Nursing in the overall functioning and clinical development of the Nursing Department.Responsible for management and oversight of electronic health record documentation system according to Diakon policies and procedures, including but not limited to monitoring accuracy of nursing documentation and providing education/direction as needed.
  • Directs, organizes and supervises nursing staff on the unit; disciplines staff when appropriate
  • Makes rounds on units to check on residents, patients, and clients; monitors guarded and critically ill residents, patients, and clients.

Education/Training: Graduate of an approved school of nursing and current State license to practice as a Registered Nurse; a BS degree in Nursing preferred.

Experience: A minimum of two (2) year’s of supervisory experience in a long- term care geriatric setting and/or acute care.

Diakon offers a competitive compensation and benefits package for employees including Medical, Dental, Vision, and Prescription Drug coverage. We also offer voluntary short-term disability, long-term disability, life insurance, tuition assistance, 401(k) plan with Employer Match, and paid time off. Diakon is an equal opportunity employer. EOE/M/F/VETS/Disabled



DIRECTOR OF NURSING (Ravenwood Campus) 1183 Luther Drive, Hagerstown, MD 21740

General Responsibilities:

  • Responsible for the overall direction, coordination, and evaluation of nursing care and services provided to the residents.
  • Hires nursing staff; assures a comprehensive orientation with ongoing training that supports retention of qualified staff to carry out nursing programs and services.
  • Responsible for the identification, development and execution of high level nursing services to meet the market demand and clinical services needed.
  • Responsible for fiscally managing the nursing budget as it relates to supplies, pharmacy and proper care management.

Education/Training: A Bachelor's degree in Nursing from accredited school of nursing; current state license to practice as a Registered Nurse. Experience: Two (2) years with current Director of Nursing experience or three (3) years as an Assistant Director of Nursing in long-term or acute care. Diakon is an equal opportunity employer. EOE/M/F/VETS/Disabled




Volunteers of America National Services (VOANS), a wholly controlled nonprofit subsidiary of Volunteers of America (VOA) is seeking a Senior Vice President of Healthcare Operations and Campus Support (SVP). VOANS is organized and operated to “advance, support, promote and administer health, housing and supportive services” in pursuit of the objectives of VOA. VOANS employs more than 3,000 professionals across the country to operate its housing and health care programs. VOANS health services group operates six comprehensive campuses (skilled nursing and independent/assisted living), five skilled nursing facilities, four assisted living facilities, three licensed home health agencies, three Programs of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE) sites and one senior meals program. VOANS also owns a continuing care residential community in Florida.

As a key member of the Healthcare Leadership Team, the VOANS SVP works collaboratively with the Healthcare Leadership Team and Senior Management to ensure the integration of healthcare operations into the overall strategic objectives of VOANS.

The SVP must be a person whose personal and professional life exemplifies the importance and dignity of service. The finalist candidate will be a team player with strong interpersonal communication skills and an aptitude for establishing and sustaining positive relationships, creating consensus, and motivating people. (S)he will have a high level of related health care knowledge and exhibit a strong knowledge base regarding today’s rapidly changing industry trends. A bachelor’s degree in related field is required (Master’s desired), 15+ years of experience as a successful healthcare leader/executive and an active nursing home administrator license is also required.

Candidate nominations or expressions of personal interest may be directed in confidence to Dan Deffet, Managing Partner, Deffet Group, Inc., via email:



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