Brevard County TRIAD Announces 2015 Slate of Officers, Directors
By Space Coast Daily // May 24, 2015
address issues of growing senior population
BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – Brevard County TRIAD, Inc., a non-profit organization, its many organizations and business partners work together to develop programs that address the issues of our growing senior population, announced the installation of the 2015 slate of officers and directors.
The officers and directors of the TRIAD board were installed by Phil Archer, State Attorney, 18th Judicial Circuit, at a recent meeting.
“We have a lot of new plans for TRIAD in the coming year. Our board will work diligently on ramping up the services we provide to seniors in our community,” stated Joseph Downs, TRIAD Board President.
“We have already begun to work more closely with the Sheriff’s Department on Project Lifesaver and with the Brevard County Joint Crime Task Force on bringing our Crime Prevention program back to the forefront. We have many more plans for reaching out to our seniors and a great board of directors to make that happen.”
The 2015 Slate of Officers include: Joseph Downs, Brevard County Sheriff’s Office /Westminister Asbury Retirement Community, President; Sara Leidich, TEHC Healthcare, Vice President; Laura Moody, Office of the State Attorney, 18th Judicial Circuit, Treasurer; Terry Stone, Hospice of St. Francis, Secretary; and Jennifer Helin, Seniors Helping Seniors, Public Information Officer.
Directors include: Tom Barry, Titusville Police Department; Debbi Davis, Chief Investigator, State Attorney’s Office; Jacquie Esterline, Levin Home Care; Terri Goodwin, State Attorney’s Office; Marilyn Hayes, Community Volunteer; Norman Hayes, Community Volunteer; Ken Jones, Melbourne Police Department; Harriett Mirsajadi, Melbourne Police Department Crime Prevention Unit; Kim Scarboro, VITAS Healthcare; Tom Sawyer, SHINE; and Andrew Walters, Brevard County Sheriff’s Office.
Brevard County TRIAD, Inc. is a partnership between the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office, local Law Enforcement agencies and the State Attorney’s Office created in 1998.
TRIAD is tasked with identifying and developing programs to address the needs and concerns of senior citizens in Brevard County.
Issues addressed include personal safety, health concerns, transportation needs and others have important topics as our senior population nearly doubles over the next 30 years.