Bridge to Better Living Recognized

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Bridge to Better Living Recognized

Living out their mission of “Placement with Passion®!”

Bridge to Better Living (bridgetobetterliving.com) received the Better Business Bureau (BBB) 2019 Integrity Award at an awards ceremony held October 15, 2019 at the 21st Annual Integrity Awards Luncheon.

Owner and founder Mary Ann Stallings, pictured with the award.

Owner and founder of Bridge to Better Living, Mary Ann Stallings, expressed “We are honored to receive the BBB Integrity Award. Every day we practice Placement with Passion®. This award demonstrates our service is valued and respected by those we serve. Bridge to Better Living knows the dream we have to serve others is real.”

“BBB’s Integrity Award Winners have shown that ethics and integrity are core values of their organization,” stated Jim Hegarty, president and chief executive officer, of Better Business Bureau, Inc. serving Nebraska, South Dakota, The Kansas Plains and, Southwest Iowa. “The 2019 BBB Integrity Award Winners join an elite group of organizations that realize dealing fairly and honestly with employees, customers and partners are central to profitability and growth. They serve as role models for all businesses located in the metro Lincoln and Grand Island. The Better Business Bureau Foundation is pleased to honor them with this prestigious award.”

Bridge to Living team L-R: Kristine Dykeman-Schoening, Margaret Burnham, Mary Ann Stallings, Robbie Nathan and Jolee Urbanovsky.

Bridge to Better Living was founded in 2010 with the vision of assisting seniors find an exceptional quality of life while transitioning from their home to a retirement or senior living community fitting their needs. This service is always completely free to the client and their family. Bridge to Better Living focuses on lessening stress and providing peace of mind to seniors and their families while reassuring them there are still gifts to give and wisdom to share.

After 28 years of teaching, Mary Ann retired and the next day opened Bridge to Better Living. She did not hesitate to follow her heart. Mary Ann consulted with known business leaders, enrolled in a business development class, and was able to design a business plan for Bridge to Better Living with the assistance of SCORE. As an educator in the Lincoln Public Schools, the medical world and its language was not familiar at first. Her passion to serve seniors grew with each contact and discovery.

Bridge to Better Living prides itself with Placement with Passion®. Each client deserves respect and is valued. Bridge to Better Living feels its high standards set the bar for other services working with seniors. The older generation has given much to others and their communities. They find it essential each client has the best quality of life possible.

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