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Pam Gray

Chief Operation Officer

Bonaventure Senior

HQ Phone:  (503) 566-5715

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Bonaventure Senior

3425 Boone Rd SE

Salem, Oregon,97317

United States

Company Description

Bonaventure was founded on the belief that a senior living community needs to meet the highest standards-yours. That's why we've made it our mission to deliver quality and value in a place where life can be lived to its fullest. Born in the Northwest, we're a ... more

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Leadership | Bonaventure Senior Living | Kelley D. Hamilton, CEO | Pam Gray, COO | Chris Jundt, CFO

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Pam Gray, COO
Pam Gray Chief Operating Officer Pam Gray joined Bonaventure in 2004 as a Regional Director of Operations and has served as Chief Operating Officer since 2007. Ms. Gray began her career in a senior community and has over 20 years of operational experience with all aspects of senior living having served as a House Coordinator, Administrator and then Vice President for Farmington Square and as a Regional and Division Manager for Sunwest Management.


Leadership | Bonaventure Senior Living | Kelley D. Hamilton, CEO | Pam Gray, COO | Chris Jundt, CFO | Rojita Raghubansh, HR Director

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Pam Gray, COO
Pam Gray Chief Operating Officer Pam Gray joined Bonaventure in 2004 as a Regional Director of Operations and has served as Chief Operating Officer since 2007. Ms. Gray began her career in a senior community and has over 20 years of operational experience with all aspects of senior living having served as a House Coordinator, Administrator and then Vice President for Farmington Square and as a Regional and Division Manager for Sunwest Management.


Super Foods for Super Seniors: Q&A with Pam Gray of Bonaventure Senior Living - Pam Gray Bonaventure

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Super Foods for Super Seniors: Q&A with Pam Gray of Bonaventure Senior Living
Pam Gray, Bonaventure Senior Living COO, joined the company in 2004. Prior to her appointment as Chief Operating Officer, Gray served as Regional Director of Operations. With over 20 years of practical experience in senior living, Pam Gray, Bonaventure COO, brings a wealth of value to Bonaventure's extensive network of retirement and assisted living facilities. Early in her career, Pam Gray, Bonaventure COO, served as a house coordinator for Farmington Square. According to Pam Gray, Bonaventure Senior Living serves seniors in situations ranging from independent living to hospice care. Pam Gray, Chief Operating Officer for Bonaventure Senior Living, says that staying healthy and living a long and active life involves making healthy choices at every stage of living. Here, Pam Gray of Bonaventure answers questions about what to eat-and what to avoid. Q: What are the top super foods? Pam Gray, Bonaventure: There are many foods that are considered ideal for health and well-being. Pam Gray, Bonaventure: Blueberries and other dark fruits are packed with antioxidants. Pam Gray, Bonaventure: Not only is green tea delicious but, like blueberries, also contains heart-healthy, cancer-fighting antioxidants. Pam Gray, Bonaventure: While all green leafy vegetables are good for you, spinach is particularly healthy because it is an alkaline food, meaning it can stave off bone loss and prevent muscle deterioration with age. Pam Gray, Bonaventure: Pretty much any orange food is going to contain lots of beta-carotene. Pam Gray, Bonaventure: Salmon, or other wild-caught cold-water fish, should be consumed two or three times a week in approximately 3-ounce portions to get the most benefit. Pam Gray, Bonaventure: Tomatoes are one of those amazing foods that have many different roles in a healthy diet. Pam Gray, Bonaventure: Beans are considered a super food because of their abundance of protein, fiber and antioxidants. Pam Gray, Bonaventure: Many cereal grasses in their infant stage such as wheat and barley are considered super greens. Pam Gray, Bonaventure: While a juice detox is considered healthy and safe for most Americans, it does not provide enough fiber for most senior citizens' digestive needs. Pam Gray, Bonaventure: Many foods are known to lower cholesterol and reduce blood pressure. Pam Gray, Bonaventure: Spinach, carrots and many other vegetables can be added to fruit smoothies, homemade ice cream, and mashed potatoes. Pam Gray, Bonaventure: Dark chocolate can lower blood pressure and help relieve stress. Pam Gray, Bonaventure: While nuts are high in fat, it is not the bad kind. Pam Gray, Bonaventure: Kale has gained an advantage over broccoli, cabbage and cauliflower for its mild taste and abundance of cancer-preventing nutrients. Pam Gray, Bonaventure: Pretty much anything out of the box should be avoided for those trying to lose weight. Pam Gray, Bonaventure: Processed meats, white bread and foods high in fat, like pizza, should be avoided by anyone with heart problems. Pam Gray of Bonaventure has spent the last two decades of her career focusing on senior needs. Currently, as the Chief Operating Officer of Bonaventure Senior Living, Pam Gray dedicates her time making sure that the company's 37 communities operate efficiently and with a level of quality care and value unavailable anywhere else.


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Pam Gray, Bonaventure Senior Living COO, Answers Questions About Saving for Retirement
Despite the recent U.S. economic recovery, Pam Gray, Bonaventure COO, says saving for retirement should still be a top priority for people in their 20s, 30s and beyond. Today, Pam Gray of Bonaventure Senior Living talks to us about the best ways to prepare for retirement. Oceans 2003: Thank you for joining us today, Pam Gray. Pam Gray, Bonaventure COO: I am always happy to speak about my passion: seniors and retirement. Pam Gray, Bonaventure COO: That's something I stress to everyone I meet, even younger adults. Pam Gray, Bonaventure COO: Not necessarily. Pam Gray, Bonaventure COO: Around two decades. Oceans 2003: So, we know we need to save. How do we get started? Pam Gray, Bonaventure COO: There's an old saying that goes "there's no time like the present. Pam Gray, Bonaventure COO: If you start small, it can be barely noticeable. Pam Gray, Bonaventure COO: That depends on the retiree's individual goals. Pam Gray, Bonaventure COO: Unless your family's immediate situation is in detriment, leave your savings alone. Pam Gray, Bonaventure COO: You should take care of your retirement first. Pam Gray, Bonaventure COO: Suggest that your company start an employer-sponsored plan. Pam Gray, Bonaventure COO: Absolutely-especially those who offer to match employee savings. Pam Gray, Bonaventure COO: The simple answer that question is no. Social Security only pays, at best, 40 percent of preretirement wages. Pam Gray, Bonaventure COO: Older adults use at least 20 percent of their income for health-related needs. Pam Gray, Bonaventure COO: Aside from not saving enough, not accounting for future inflation. Pam Gray, Bonaventure COO: Quit dining out, drop the expensive cable television, rent movies and watch at home instead of going out, and quit making micro purchases such as a daily lottery ticket or soda. Pam Gray, Bonaventure COO: When it comes to retirement, there is never an end to managing your funds. Pam Gray, Bonaventure COO: Thank you for having me. Pam Gray of Bonaventure has more than 20 years of experience managing retirement living. She joined the company in 2004 and continues to promote health and wellness among active seniors. Prior to her appointment as Chief Operating Officer, Gray served as Regional Director of Operations. With over 20 years of practical experience in senior living, Pam Gray, Bonaventure COO, brings a wealth of value to Bonaventure's extensive network of retirement and assisted living facilities. Early in her career, Pam Gray, Bonaventure COO, served as a house coordinator for Farmington Square. According to Pam Gray, Bonaventure Senior Living serves seniors in situations ranging from independent living to hospice care. Pam Gray, Bonaventure Senior Living COO, on Managing Chronic Pain


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Q&A with Pam Gray, Bonaventure - Retirement Perfected
Pam Gray is Chief Operating Officer at Bonaventure Senior Living based in Salem, Oregon. Pam Gray, Bonaventure: Bonaventure now owns and operates 37 individual communities, consisting of more than 4,400 apartments and suites for seniors. Pam Gray, Bonaventure: Our mindset is, "you can never go wrong doing the right thing. Pam Gray, Bonaventure: We really think so, and we're happy to say our residents and their families agree with that sentiment - Our regular satisfaction surveys show a spectacular 96 percent approval rating from our current residents, so that definitely says something positive. Pam Gray, Bonaventure: We're innovators in senior living here at Bonaventure, and we intend to continue growing and establishing new communities, but at a pace which allows us to maintain the high level of quality and care our residents expect and deserve. Pam Gray, Bonaventure: That's a good question and an important part of what makes Bonaventure so special. Prior to her appointment as Chief Operating Officer, Gray served as Regional Director of Operations. With over 20 years of practical experience in senior living, Pam Gray, Bonaventure COO, brings a wealth of value to Bonaventure's extensive network of retirement and assisted living facilities. Early in her career, Pam Gray, Bonaventure COO, served as a house coordinator for Farmington Square. According to Pam Gray, Bonaventure Senior Living serves seniors in situations ranging from independent living to hospice care.


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