Deacon Homes Of Chattanooga Elects Quinita Miller To Board Of Directors

Monday, September 30, 2019
Deacon Homes announces Quinita Miller has been elected to the Deacon Homes of Chattanooga board of directors.

“We are excited to have Quinita Miller as a new board member,” says Rev. John Rouser of Deacon Homes Chattanooga, “She is uniquely qualified to serve with distinction. Quinita's knowledge, experience and passion for serving seniors in our area, especially those who are economically challenged, will make a great addition to the board.”

"Ms. Miller joins Amy Collett, Jaimme Preston, Matt Fox, Ryan Naegele, Peter Harrison and Rem Cooper, who all have made it their personal mission for Deacon Homes to provide a level of service that is unlike any other; believing it's not the bottom-line that drives success but rather the bottom of our hearts," officials said.

Deacon Homes was formed this year to provide the Chattanooga senior community affordable assistant care for those facing financial challenges.
For additional information contact Rev. John Rouser at johnr@deaconhomes.org, or call him at 423-423-2926.

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