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Getting to know award winner Suzanne Piper-Baird

Thursday, March 28, 2024 4:03 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

Recently, we recognized four very deserving people for the incredible work they do in our community. The 2023 APA Award Winners are:

Outstanding Leader, Elizabeth Bangel-Stehlin

Outstanding Service Provider, Suzanne Piper-Baird

Outstanding Project: Creative Connections in Collaboration with Catholic Charities of Southwestern Ohio, Kristin Cooley (Creative Connections); Angie Homoelle (Catholic Charities)

This is the second of a series of profiles to feature the winners. Read on to learn more about our Outstanding Service Provider – Suzanne Piper-Baird.

APA: What is your name and tell us a bit about what you do.

Suzanne Piper-Baird, Certified Senior Advisor, Elder Care Coordinator and Certified Laughter Yoga Instructor.

APA: How long have you lived in the tri-state area? Where else have you called home?

I grew up in Northern Kentucky and now live in Perry Park, Kentucky (Owen County)

APA: Thinking about your professional life, what are you most proud of?

 My love for older adults.

APA:  If we were to ask your best friend about you, what would they say?

Hopefully that I love deeply.

APA: What, or who, inspires you?

 Jesus! Is there anyone else?


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