Bay Aging recognized for 40 years of helping residents age with dignity

Bay Aging recently was recognized by the Senate of Virginia for 40 years of service in the region.

Patron District 4 Sen. Ryan McDougle on March 26 presented the commending resolution to Bay Aging president and chief executive officer Kathy Vesley-Massey, senior counselor to the president Bobby Vassar and four members of the board of directors. The presentation was made at Port Town Village, one of 10 income-restricted senior apartment complexes owned and operated by Bay Aging.

“We are honored to be recognized by Sen. McDougle for the work we have done to help residents in the Northern Neck and Middle Peninsula age with dignity and live independently in their communities for as long as possible,” said Vesley-Massey…


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