Navigating Through Retirement

Important Conversations about the Future

With over 10,000 Baby Boomers nationally reaching 65 every day for the next 17 years, retirement planning has never been more relevant. Questions about housing preferences, healthcare and finances are not only on the minds of those nearing or in retirement, but often on the minds of their children as well.

  • What do I want my retirement years to look like?
  • What kind of options fit my lifestyle - and my wallet?
  • Long-term care (assisted-living, memory care and 24-hour nursing): What are my options when I need them?
  • How can I be prepared financially?

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You’re welcome to join in the conversation about these other retirement-related questions on

Wednesday, May 8, 2013
1:30 – 3:30 pm

First Presbyterian Church
114 SW 8th St, Corvallis
541-753-2228

This seminar is sponsored by Friendsview Retirement Community, a not-for-profit faith-based continuing care retirement community (CCRC) that was established in Newberg, Oregon in 1961. As a part of its mission, Friendsview is sponsoring seminars throughout the Northwest to provide resources and help as people prepare and navigate through their retirement years.

Presenters:

  • Todd Engle, Executive Director, Friendsview Retirement Community, Newberg
  • Frank Engle, Director of Marketing, Friendsview Retirement Community
  • Mark Wickman, Corrigan Wickman Advisory LLC, Financial and Investment Services, McMinnville
  • Christine Hauser, Town and Country Realty, Corvallis

Questions? Call 503-538-3144 for more information