Former Tennessee Vol, Coach To Sign Magazines At Life Care Center Of East Ridge Sunday

Thursday, September 26, 2013

Kenneth Honea has a long resume in sports – from playing for the Tennessee Vols and New York Jets to coaching high school football – and now he is on the cover of a magazine.

Mr. Honea lives at Life Care Center of East Ridge, and his life story is featured in the Life Care LEADER magazine, a publication of parent company Life Care Centers of America.

The magazine was just released on Wednesday, and Mr. Honea will sign copies at the center at 1500 Fincher Ave. on Sunday from 2–3:30 p.m. The community is invited to come meet Mr. Honea and have a free copy of the magazine signed.

For more information, call Christian McDonald, activity director, at 423 894-1254.

The LEADER magazine is distributed nationwide.

Life Care Center of East Ridge is one of 26 skilled nursing facilities in Tennessee operated or managed by Life Care Centers of America. The facility serves Medicare and private insurance patients who require nursing care or rehabilitation services.




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