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Entrepreneur, traveler, poet and now at home at Friendship Terrace

Helen Spence has been a highly independent woman her entire life and traveled extensively. A native of Massachusetts, she dreamed some day of opening her own business. When the opportunity presented itself, Helen took the plunge and acquired the Welcome Inn in Westport Connecticut. After running the Bed and Breakfast for 10 years, she moved from Connecticut to Maryland to be closer to her family. Once in Bethesda, Helen became active in Grace Episcopal Church and was the Congregational Liaison to Seabury. In that role she was exposed to Seabury programs and its people which created a very positive impression. Following the passing of Helen’s closest friend in her apartment building a

Care Management - On the Front Lines

Martha Gaston, LCSW—On the Front Lines Social Work and Care Management is rewarding and heart breaking. It is a profession and career that defines one’s life. Martha Gaston has been on its front lines for a long time. Starting in the 1970’s Martha was involved with an epidemic of that time, runaway youth. She worked in ‘Runaway Homes’ both in Memphis and Nashville. In 1980, Martha followed her then husband to Liberia, where she did volunteer work for the Liberian Health Ministry. After an initial two-year assignment in Africa, Martha return to Memphis where she engaged with older adult care for the first time working in senior housing and Hospice care. As the wife of a Foreign Service

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