SEATTLE, Sept. 25 /PRNewswire/ -- A Place for Mom, the nation's largest referral service of senior care options, is pleased to announce that John Temple, Chief Operating Officer was named to the Puget Sound Business Journal's 2007 40 under 40 list.
The 40 Under 40 List is the Pacific Northwest region's premier awards program that honors individuals, rather than companies. They look for nominees that work hard to drive the business community's future and demonstrate dynamic leadership and social responsibility. This year more than 200 individuals were nominated. A Place for Mom is thrilled that one of its team members has been honored with a spot on this distinctive list.
"We are so proud of John for being recognized for his entrepreneurial spirit and leadership efforts," said Pamala Temple, president and founder of A Place for Mom. "He is a well-respected member of the executive team and plays an integral role in the health and continued success of the company."
Temple is also a co-founder of A Place for Mom helping to build a profitable and fast-growing business with over 300 employees nationwide. 250 employees are eldercare advisors working with families to find housing solutions, such as assisted living, nursing homes, Alzheimer's care and homecare. Additionally, Temple played a key role in securing venture capital funds of $9.5 million in February of 2006.
About A Place for Mom
A Place for Mom is the nation's largest elder care referral network
serving families who are searching for care options for elderly loved ones.
A Place for Mom has over 13,000 long-term care communities in its referral
network. For more information, visit http://www.aplaceformom.com or call
1-877-MOM-DAD9. With over 3,000 users, the company also produces the senior
housing industry's most widely used lead tracking system, You've Got Leads!
For more information, visit
|SOURCE A Place for Mom|
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