As a part of Morning Pointe’s “This is My Life” project, a recognition ceremony was held for Carroll Howe, resident at The Lantern at Morning Pointe Alzheimer’s Center of Excellence, Chattanooga, who was once one of the founders of Leadership Ministries Worldwide.
On Aug. 24, Dave Worland, president and CEO of Leadership Ministries Worldwide, and other associates greeted Mr. Howe at the company headquarters located at Pilot Point in Chattanooga.
The next day, more than 75 people gathered at The Lantern at Chattanooga to honor Mr. Howe. Friends, family and former colleagues came to acknowledge his ministry, global impact and accomplishments over the years.
“This is My Life” recognizes the work and life of residents at the memory care community. The project focuses monthly on residents’ life stories, giving them an experience of reliving something that they once did, or loved to do. The project serves Morning Pointe’s mission to create Meaningful Days for residents in a safe and secure environment.
Photo 1: Harry Lyles, Founding Board Member, Carroll Howe, The Lantern at Chattanooga resident, Dave Worland, President and CEO, Chuck Zeiser, Board Member at Leadership Ministries Worldwide.
Photo 2: More than 75 people gathered at The Lantern at Chattanooga to honor Carroll Howe.