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My name is Bruce Maples, and I am the Sales and Community Outreach Coordinator at Liberty Ridge, Lexington’s premier senior living community. I’m a veteran sales person, and have dealt with seniors and senior care organizations in a sales/advisory capacity for the past 33 years (or since 1984). I’m a native of the Gadsden, Alabama area and a 21 year resident of Mt. Sterling, Kentucky. My wife Angie and I have two daughters, a son and three wonderful grandchildren. I’m very active in my church, serve I on the board of directors for the Lexington Area Parkinson’s Support Group, and the outgoing Secretary/Treasure for the Better Business Builders chapter of Business Networking International (BNI). Our lifestyle here at Liberty Ridge is warm, family oriented and emotionally supportive. As we learn about our residents and listen to their life stories, we participate in their daily living experiences with caring attention. And, this does indeed make for happier and healthier senior living.
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