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University of Southern California gerontologist  PETER LANCELLOTTI decided to put his clinical research on aging into practice by launching a Seniors Helping Seniors franchise, a non-medical home care service matching seniors seeking employment with seniors who need help to continue living independently in their own homes. Client focus is primarily on serving the LGBT communitry. Learn more at SeniorCareWestLA.com. (8/23/14, Cynthia Friedlob)

Saxophonist AZAR LAWRENCE is known for his contributions as sideman to McCoy Tyner, Miles Davis, Freddie Hubbard, and Woody Shaw. He’s also performed and written for many other artists. He is Artist in Residence at the RG Club in Venice Beach, CA. Learn more at his website. (5/31/13, Bobbee Zeno)

The documentary, "Troupers," marks the directorial debut for both Saratoga Ballantine and DEA LAWRENCE. Having spent most of their lives pursuing their passion of acting, the theatre, and the pain and misery that may sometimes accompany accolades, they decided to investigate how anyone can spend a lifetime in this crazy profession. More here.  (2/20/13 ET Online, John Semper Jr.)

JERRY LAWSON fronted the legendary a cappella group, The Persuasions, for nearly 40 years. He led the celebrated quintet and recorded and toured with numerous artists such as Stevie Wonder, Ray Charles, Liza Minnelli, Joni Mitchell and Frank Zappa.  Lawson is also responsible for the brilliant vocal arrangements on all 22 albums. He's went on to be lead singer with the San Francisco-based a cappella group, Talk of the Town. In 2015, he released his first solo album, "Just A Mortal Man." Click here to learn more. (11/16/13, 1/5/13, 7/12/15, John Semper Jr.)

SUNIE LEVIN holds degrees in Psychology and Education as well as a Master’s degree in remedial reading. She founded the Midwest Reading and Dyslexia Clinic in Kansas City, MO, for children and adults with learning problems. She’s also an author who’s written books about grandparenting, the importance of making new friends when you’re older, and how to choose a retirement community. She’s conducted workshops and seminars throughout the country and was a syndicated columnist for many newspapers. Click here to learn more about Sunie and her book, Make New Friends…Live Longer: A Guide for Seniors

Canadian-born actress SUZANNE LLOYD is best known for her work in film and television in the '60s and '70s. She appeared in several feature films and was a frequent guest star on both British and American television, including "Bourbon Street Beat," "Lawman," "Tales of Wells Fargo," "Gunsmoke," "Bonanza," "The Avengers," "The Twilight Zone," "Bat Masterson," "Perry Mason," "Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color," and six episodes of "The Saint." Lloyd had a recurring role as Raquel Toledano on the classic "Zorro" television series. More at IMDB. (9/6/14, 4/17/16 John Semper Jr.) 

SANDRA TSING LOH is the host of NPR’s popular radio shows "The Loh Life" and "The Loh Down on Science," and is a graduate of CalTech, which has co-produced “Tesla: A Radio Play for the Stage." A special one-night-only staged reading on 5/4/13 at the Pasadena Playhouse features French Stewart and Sandra Tsing Loh. (5/4/13, Tim Carpenter)

CARMEN LUNDY is celebrated throughout the world for her vocal artistry and innovation. Her contribution of over 60 self-penned compositions is considered the New Jazz Songbook. Ms. Lundy’s 2005 release, the critically acclaimed “Jazz and The New Songbook-Live at The Madrid,” features some of the best known musicians paying tribute to Ms. Lundy. More info here. (1/26/13, 3/6/16 Bobbee Zeno)

DR. SAMUEL LUPIN is the winner of the 2015 Purpose Prize for Intergenerational Engagement sponsored by the Eisner Foundation.  He founded a program called Housecalls for the Homebound in New York City at a time in his life when most physicians would be planning retirement. However, it was his way to continue his practice while caring for a daughter with leukemia. He notes on the Encore.org website that visiting homebound older adults is a way of honoring his daughter Lois’ memory. Family is key in Housecalls for the Homebound in another way: his son-in-law and grandson help run the business which has served over 4,000 patients who would otherwise be in hospitals or other facilities. Learn more about Housecalls for the Homebound here and learn about Dr. Lupin’s Purpose Prize here. (6/5/16 Dr. Connie Corley)


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