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Newsmakers: Senior living

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Businesses featured this week: Landis Homes

Clockwise from top left: Bornman, Hollinger, Leaman, Sargent
Clockwise from top left: Bornman, Hollinger, Leaman, Sargent

Manheim Township-based Landis Homes named John W. Eby chairman, Glen Moffett vice chairman, R. Clair Sauder treasurer and Daniel D. Mast secretary. Carol Shenk Bornman, Jonathan E. Hollinger, Marian G. Leaman and Fred T. Sargent were named board members. Bornman provides tutoring services and was employed in adolescent care with Philhaven Hospital. She has a BA in communications from Goshen College. Hollinger is CEO of Excentia, which provides human services for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. He is a certified public accountant with a BS in accounting from Lebanon Valley College. Leaman is a Landis Homes resident. She and her husband, Henry, founded Mennonite Marriage Encounter. Sargent and his wife, Judy, also are Landis Homes residents. He is retired from the insurance industry and has a BBA in accounting from Pace College in New York City.

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