Elder Service Providers
Elder Service Providers

Thanks to everyone who attended the conference, and to the Vendors, Sponsors and Committee members who made it possible.  It was a wonderful day of support, education, and networking.



March Luncheon Sponsor


ESP Mission:          

To develop a collaborative consortium of professionals providing services to seniors in our region.
  • To provide information and educational opportunities to consumers and professionals.
  • To foster a philosophy of a seamless continuum of care throughout the region.
Regular Events:
Membership Benefits:
  • Network with other providers in a friendly, collaborative environment.
  • Become familiar with local and regional resources.
  • Opportunity to exhibit at Caregiver Conference.
  • Contribute to Member News and Events Calendar on website.
  • Opportunity to sponsor a luncheon and present your company to members
  • Listing of organization and members in membership directory.


 Please join us

 Wednesday, March 25th

11:30 - 1:00   

   Bellingham Golf

and Country Club

sponsored by 

Senior Support Services, Inc.

featured speaker

George Francis Edward

RSVP now for our March luncheon

The ESP Presentation will highlight 
some of the main points from "How to 
Steal from Mom" including tracking
the typical exploiter, identifying 
the victim, abuseof a POA, and what
you can do to reduce the risks of 
financial exploitation. In addition, 
George will welcome questions 
relating to the development and 
administration of the WECUSAFE program.

George developed the WECUSAFE 
(Whatcom Educational Credit Union 
Stopping Adult Financial Program) 
in 2009, and administered this 
program for six years, before 
leaving WECU® in 2015.  In 2015 
George published a book titled 
How to Steal from Mom which is 
a banker’s hornbook on the 
financial exploitation of 
vulnerable adults.
George Francis Edward graduated 
from the Wharton School of 
Finance and Commerce with a 
Bachelor of Science in Economics 
and holds a Juris Doctor from the 
University of San Diego School of 
Law. Over a ten year period, 
George designed and administered 
the first-time homebuyer program 
for the City of San Diego. George 
and his wife, Dana, moved to 
Washington State in 1999. He was
hired as Risk Management Officer 
at the Whatcom Educational 
Credit Union (WECU®).  In 2010, 
George was a presenter at the 
SunGard Business Continuity 
Software Forum in Orlando 
Grand Lakes, and for the same 
group in Chicago in 2012.






We need your RSVP to plan for enough food. 

Without a reservation, you may be asked to wait until those

with reservations have been accommodated.

  Lunch is $16 with RSVP or $25 without RSVP by the Monday before the meeting

             Pay by credit card  online                   

Cash, check or credit card at the door







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