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Morning Pointe Senior Living presents scholarship to Southern Adventist University student Ethan David

photo, left to right: Franklin Farrow, Morning Pointe Senior Living Co-Founder and CEO; Ethan David, scholarship recipient; and Scott Edens, Morning Pointe VP of Professional Development

Morning Pointe Senior Living is proud to announce that Ethan David has been selected as the recipient of the Morning Pointe Scholars Endowment at Southern Adventist University.

Morning Pointe choses a health services and senior living administration major each year, based on submitted essays.

“We are so very thankful to Morning Pointe for making this scholarship available to our students and for their commitment in growing awareness of the opportunities in the senior care industry,” said Lisa Kuhlman, associate professor of Southern’s School of Business and Management. “This year, the scholarship was awarded to Ethan David. Ethan recently changed his major to Health Services and Senior Living and believes that God has led him to this field. We strongly believe this industry is led by those who have a heart for service and a head for business. Ethan will be one of those leaders.”

Morning Pointe developed the endowment in 2017 anticipating the growing need for qualified caregivers and other senior living professionals as a large segment of the population continues to age.

“I’m really honored to receive the scholarship, especially out of all the submissions,” said David. “It really encourages me that I’m in the right direction, and it continues to drive my excitement forward.”

David is currently a junior health services and senior living administration major at Southern Adventist University.

Founded in 1997 by Tennessee healthcare entrepreneurs Greg A. Vital and Franklin Farrow, Morning Pointe Senior Living owns and operates 37 assisted living, personal care, and Alzheimer’s memory care communities in five southeastern states.

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