From Left: Susan Ponder-Stansel, president-elect for the Florida Conference On Aging; Cutler Bay Town Manager Rafael G. Casals; Elder Affairs Department Secretary Sam Verghese; Mayor Peggy R. Bell; Councilwoman Sue Ellen Loyzelle; and Dave Lynn, presenter of the 2015 Quality Senior Living Awards - Special Consumer Services Manager, FPL.
From Left: Susan Ponder-Stansel, president-elect for the Florida Conference On Aging; Cutler Bay Town Manager Rafael G. Casals; Elder Affairs Department Secretary Sam Verghese; Mayor Peggy R. Bell; Councilwoman Sue Ellen Loyzelle; and Dave Lynn, presenter of the 2015 Quality Senior Living Awards - Special Consumer Services Manager, FPL.
From Left: Susan Ponder-Stansel, president-elect for the Florida Conference On Aging; Cutler Bay Town Manager Rafael G. Casals; Elder Affairs Department Secretary Sam Verghese; Mayor Peggy R. Bell; Councilwoman Sue Ellen Loyzelle; and Dave Lynn, presenter of the 2015 Quality Senior Living Awards - Special Consumer Services Manager, FPL.

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