LIVINGSTON COUNTY – At the county Board of Supervisors meeting on Wednesday, a new Director was officially chosen for the county Office for the Aging, which initiates, coordinates, and delivers programs and services for senior citizens, age 60 and older, and helps keep them independent and living at home as long as safely possible.
Chair of the County Board of Supervisors Eric Gott welcomed Davin to the Office for the Aging in Livingston County, and opened the floor to her for a brief speech.
“I am honored to be of service to Livingston County,” said Davin. “I have worked for a nonprofit in Rochester for 25 years, and to be honest I didn’t ever see myself leaving. But when the Office for the Aging position opened, I knew in my heart that that’s what I want to do, maybe for the rest of my career.”
Davin said that she has always had a deep connection with Livingston County as a local resident growing up in Caledonia and parent who raised her kids in Livonia. She added that she looks forward to carrying forward the high standard that has been held for the Office for the Aging by current Director Kaaren Smith.
“I am honored to serve alongside Kaaren,” said Davin. “I look forward to upholding the legacy of the Office for the Aging that has now been held for 35 years.”
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