Mather LifeWays, a unique not-for-profit organization dedicated to creating “Ways to Age Well” for older adults, announced today that Rose Fossler has joined the organization as Director of Repriorment.

Mather LifeWays, a unique not-for-profit organization dedicated to creating “Ways to Age Well” for older adults, announced today that Rose Fossler has joined the organization as Director of Repriorment.

She will oversee Repriorment services for residents of The Mather, the organization’s new Continuing Care Retirement Community that opened recently in Evanston.

“We are very excited that Rose has joined the team at The Mather,” said Sara McVey, Vice President & Experience Director, The Mather. “Rose will bring her vast background in wellness, program development, and resident relations to Mather LifeWays. We have coined the word Repriorment™ which aptly describes The Mather lifestyle where there is time to pursue all those pushed aside, yet not forgotten passions and interests. Rose will be at the forefront of leading these efforts.”

Most recently, Fossler was the director of marketing and sales for the King Home, part of the Evanston-based Presbyterian Homes organization where she worked for more than 15 years. Previously she was director of fitness and the aquatic center at Lake Forest Place.

Fossler holds a Master’s degree in Business Administration from National-Louis University. She is a licensed nursing home administrator and holds certifications in health, fitness, aquatics, and other disciplines that serve older adults.

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