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Lowe leads PCACS board as president – Giving back to the residents of Porter County

Written by Bruce Lindner. Posted in Featured, Senior Living

Published on March 09, 2016 with No Comments

Ethan Lowe leads the PCACS’ 2015 annual meeting.

We are honored to have a talented group of community members who serve on our board of directors and as a key part of our organization.

Ethan Lowe currently is president of our board.

“Serving on the PCACS board is an opportunity for me to give back to the residents of Porter County,” he said. “I strongly believe in giving back to the community in which my family and I live.

“I am responsible for conducting the meetings of the board and serving on the executive committee along with the other officers,” he said. “I also work closely with PCACS’ executive director, Bruce Lindner.”

Lowe said PCACS has a vital role in Porter County.

“PCACS offers a number of services to assist seniors, disabled individuals and low-income residents of Porter County. The services offered by PCACS improve the quality of life of our clients,” he said. “By improving the quality of life of our clients, PCACS is contributing towards the betterment of Porter County and Northwest Indiana.

“I enjoy the opportunity to serve on the board of an agency that on a daily basis contributes towards improving the lives of the residents of Porter County and Northwest Indiana.”

PCACS’ offerings include door-to-door transportation service, energy assistance and senior nutrition programs, State Health Insurance Assistance Program counseling and Section 8 services.

“PCACS’ services permit our clients to be able to attend medical appointments, locate housing, pay utility bills, etc.,” he said. “These services are essential to the daily lives of PCACS’ clients and typically are not provided by other community agencies. Without these services, many of PCACS’ clients would not be able to continue to live independently.”

Based out of the Valparaiso office, Lowe is an attorney/partner with Blachly, Tabor, Bozik & Hartman, LLC.

“As an attorney, I devote a substantial amount of my legal practice towards representing units of government located throughout Northern Indiana,” he said. “My representation of these units of government affords me the opportunity to be well connected to the community.”

Lowe and wife Heather have twin girls Kendall and Katelynn and are looking forward to a new arrival this year.

“My wife and I are currently expecting our third child who is due to be born in June,” he said.

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All opinions, conclusions or recommendations expressed are solely those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views of The Chronicle.  Bruce Lindner has worked in the not-for-profit world for more than 25 years and has been executive director of Porter County Aging and Community Services for five. A native of the Region, he was raised in Portage and he graduated from Valparaiso University. You can call him at 219-464-9736 or e-mail at bhlindner@frontier.com.

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