28 Mar 2013

Allen Tate Relocation Names Lynda Stiles as Vice-President of Senior Services

lyndaAllen Tate Relocation and Corporate Services, a division of the Allen Tate Company, has named Lynda Stiles as vice-president of senior services for the Charlotte region.

In her new role, Stiles will work with seniors who are looking to move from their current home to a senior living community, continuing care community, skilled nursing facility or other senior housing because of age, health or financial reasons. She will work with seniors and their families to ensure an easy and successful transition during this challenging time.

Stiles is a career sales and marketing professional with more than 15 years of experience, including work as a national accounts manager for a major technology corporation. She has served as a trusted advocate for seniors regarding insurance and health matters and has been an active volunteer and committee member for both the American Heart Association and Leukemia Society.

“Lynda has both a passion for seniors and a keen business sense – the perfect combination to help transitioning seniors move through this phase of their lives as smoothly as possible,” said D.J. Stephan, president, Allen Tate Relocation and Corporate Services.

Stiles and her husband, Bob, have lived in Charlotte since 1973 and have two grown sons.

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  • Debi L. Lee


    I read the article in the Observer about you and the new Allen Tate Senior division. Welcome to the world of senior housing transitions. It is always nice to have an agency interested in the issues of seniors. The Centralina Area Agency on Aging is a trusted resource for older and disabled adults. Especially our Regional Long Term Care Ombudsman staff. These professional staff will be a great resource for you and your clients as they begin to make decisions about long term care placement. With over 35 years experience in working with consumers before, during and after they move into an adult care home or nursing facility; our staff serve as the ONLY neutral resource for information about what services can be provided, what payment sources should be considered and methods of success once a move has been made. The Ombudsman is a national program of advocates who have the resident’s rights at the center of our work. It is their interest that we promote and protect as they confront the confusing and ever changing system of care and services in our community and throughout the state. Our team would love to talk with you about your new initiative and how we might partner for successful outcomes. Looking forward to meeting you in the near future. http://www.centralinaaging.org or http://www.ltcombudsman.org to find ombudsman around the country.

    April 10, 2013 at 7:55 pm

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