They know me not. I may have earned my leisure yet I am not yet ready to cash out that particular asset from life’s bank account. http://paisleycrawfordsite.rachelstevens.us/2017/04/19/some-guidance-on-practical-tactics-of-tips-for-curriculum-vitae/After nearly ten years as publisher of the Post Bulletin Co. — more than 48 years in the newspaper industry — I am taking, as poet Robert Frost wrote, the road less traveled: Two roads diverged in a wood, and I I took the one less traveled by, And that has made all the difference. ‘Something meaningful’ The Herald-News headline announced, “I wanted something meaningful to do.” The daily newspaper where I once was publisher was generous in its coverage about my new job. The sub-head of the feature story drove home the point, “Not ready to retire, Joliet man now serves those with disabilities.” On April 3, I began my role as the newly appointed President and CEO of the Center for Disability Services in Joliet. CDS serves more than 300 individuals annually who have challenges to their abilities, be they physical, developmental or both. Formerly known as United Cerebral Palsy of Illinois Prairieland, the organization, founded in 1955, disaffiliated with national UCP in 2014. The board of directors chose to expand services well beyond CP to include Down syndrome, epilepsy and autism.
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