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Imagine a Better St. Louis: Elderly people living life to fullest

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St. Andrews Resources for Seniors recognized several seniors at their 15th Anniversary Class of Ageless Remarkable St. Louisans. St. Andrews Resources for Seniors recognized several seniors at their 15th Anniversary Class of Ageless Remarkable St. Louisans.
ST. LOUIS, Mo. (KMOV.com) -

Elderly people who are living life to the fullest in the St. Louis area were recently honored.

St. Andrews Resources for Seniors recognized them at their 15th Anniversary Class of Ageless Remarkable St. Louisans.  In the 15 years of the award ceremony, more than 300 people have been honored.

22 charitable and philanthropic individuals over the age of 75 were honored this year including Judy Bentley.

Bentley started Community Health in Partnership or CHIPS, 27 years ago. It’s a free health clinic for uninsured people in north St. Louis.

Also honored was Jack Batton, a retired pastor. He is 91-years-old but still volunteers every Friday at the gift shop at Cape Albeon Senior Community, he also volunteered as an usher at the St. Louis Symphony for many years.

Joan and Norman Krumrey have been married for 59 years. In retirement, they have become welcoming faces at Forest Park.

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