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I was born in Ontario. After Chaffey College (ASB President), I graduated from San Jose State. I’m a salesman. With wife Bonnie, I got transferred around a lot. Tired of traveling, tired of moving, we decided to settle back in California, (Ontario) with our son and daughter. Who says you can’t go home again? In 1982 we bought a small retail business, Bonnie named it Thoughts ‘N’ Things Hallmark. We sold it in 2007.

Sadly, in 2014, Bonnie passed away. We were married 52 years. My son James and his wife have a son and daughter, my daughter Heather and her husband have 4 daughters.

Three years ago, I discovered the AgingNext Village from an ad in the Claremont Symphony Orchestra program. I also volunteer 100 hours at the Lewis Family Playhouse in Victoria Gardens, Rancho Cucamonga.

“Volunteering has been a wonderful experience! I know I’m helping, but it is a big help to me too.”
– David

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Demystifying the Village

Anyone remember the old adage, “A friend in need, is a friend indeed?” The concept of surrounding ourselves with community is not new. Did you grow up not only knowing your neighbors socially, but also knowing they were there to help if you needed something? Do you remember going next door to borrow a cup of sugar? It seemed that our neighborhoods were full of helpers and many still are!

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Gale began attending the AgingNext Caregiver Support Group meetings over 17 years ago when her father was diagnosed with Leukemia. Shortly after his passing, her mother was diagnosed with vascular dementia and Gale became her caregiver. To better prepare for what lay ahead, Gale became a Certified Gerontologist.

Volunteer Spotlight: Gale Taylor

Gale began attending the AgingNext Caregiver Support Group meetings over 17 years ago when her father was diagnosed with Leukemia. Shortly after his passing, her mother was diagnosed with vascular dementia and Gale became her caregiver. To better prepare for what lay ahead, Gale became a Certified Gerontologist.

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