Mom

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A Place For Mom
... A Place for Mom is a privately held, for-profit senior care referral service based in Seattle, Washington ... A Place for Mom advisers also offer ongoing support and guidance to families following their initial inquiry as they work to find the right senior community or care provider ... on its website, A Place for Mom and other elder referral agencies have faced increasing scrutiny for what some critics consider a profits-over-people mentality ...
Saturday's Lesson - Cast
... O'Brien - The Devil Emma Reed - Farina's mom Adele Watson - The Other Kids' mom Orpha Alba - Joe's mom Allan Cavan - Pedestrian #2 Ham Kinsey - Pedestrian #1 Charley Young - Dr ...
List Of The Brak Show Episodes - Episodes - Season 2: 2002
... Brak asks Dad and Mom for some advice ... this episode 10 ... "Dinner Party" December 15, 2002 (2002-12-15) 2210 Brak, Mom, Dad and Thundercleese have been invited to a dinner party at the new neighbors' house ... Mom tells Brak the truth that Dad doesn't work ...
List Of Down Gilead Lane Characters - Morrisons - Tim Morrison
... Since he was the last child home with mom, they enjoyed their one-on-one time reading together, going to the park, running errands and building forts ... from the office to have lunch with just him and mom ... That day mom prayed with Timmy, and he became a Christian ...
A Place For Mom - History
... A Place for Mom was founded in July 2000 by Pamala Temple, John Temple and Brian Trisler ... In 2006, A Place for Mom received $9.5 million in venture capital from Battery Ventures ... In July 2010 a private equity firm, Warburg Pincus, purchased a majority stake of A Place For Mom ...

Famous quotes containing the word mom:

    Some of us still get all weepy when we think about the Gaia Hypothesis, the idea that earth is a big furry goddess-creature who resembles everybody’s mom in that she knows what’s best for us. But if you look at the historical record—Krakatoa, Mt. Vesuvius, Hurricane Charley, poison ivy, and so forth down the ages—you have to ask yourself: Whose side is she on, anyway?
    Barbara Ehrenreich (b. 1941)

    My mom says I’m her sugarplum.
    My mom says I’m her lamb.
    My mom says I’m completely perfect
    Just the way I am.
    My mom says I’m a super-special wonderful terrific little guy.
    My mom just had another baby.
    Why?
    Judith Viorst (20th century)

    The family circle has widened. The worldpool of information fathered by the electric media—movies, Telstar, flight—far surpasses any possible influence mom and dad can now bring to bear. Character no longer is shaped by only two earnest, fumbling experts. Now all the world’s a sage.
    Marshall McLuhan (1911–1980)