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January, 2015. Click the page to download the issue!

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Senior fights for accessible housing
Jack Mills, 77, works to provide better living opportunities for seniors, vets and those who are disabled.

Jack Mills, 77, works to provide better living opportunities for seniors, vets and those who are disabled.

Twenty years ago, Jack Mills had an idea whose time has finally come.

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Heritage Point coming to Oklahoma City
Heritage Point of Oklahoma City will soon open to provide Alzheimer’s patients a new living option. David Thompson, left, and Kip Pammenter are behind the innovative project

Heritage Point of Oklahoma City will soon open to provide Alzheimer’s patients a new living option. David Thompson, left, and Kip Pammenter are behind the innovative project

When Kip Pammenter talks about the residents at his Heritage of Overland Park memory care residence he uses their first names.

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OKC features first cremation gardens in nation

Cremation - once considered a lesser burial alternative - is now the fastest-growing trend in funeral services. According to the Cremation Association of America, by next year nearly 45 percent of Americans will choose cremation-double the rate of just 15 years ago.

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January, 2015. Click the page to download the issue!

Senior fights for accessible housing

Heritage Point coming to Oklahoma City

OKC features first cremation gardens in nation

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