Monday, June 1, 2015

NASGA Press Release: Marcia Southwick Joins NASGA Board of Directors

For immediate release

June 1, 2015

For more information contact:
Annie McKenna
NASGA Media Liaison


Marcia Southwick Joins  NASGA Board of Directors  ______________________________________________________________

NASGA (National Association to STOP Guardian Abuse) is pleased to announce the addition of Marcia Southwick to its Board of Directors.

Marcia originally came to NASGA to learn more about guardianship abuse after her best friend’s companion was wrongfully and needlessly guardianized.

Two years later, this previously virile and healthy man was dead and his estate had paid for the abuse he had endured and the torment to his beloved companion at the end of his life.   What Marcia witnessed through this experience horrified her; and she became a strong advocate, firmly resolved to dedicate herself to raising awareness so the unwary might avoid the “protection industry.”

She created “Boomers Against Elder Abuse” on Facebook; and every day she begins a conversation to educate and forewarn her readers, which she has grown to over 100,000 “friends.”  She brings this wealth of knowledge and experience from the discussions and thousands of comments she receives on her page to NASGA. 

NASGA is very pleased to have Marcia Southwick on our Board and looks forward to working with her toward our goal:  STOP GUARDIAN ABUSE.


See Also:  Boomers Against Elder Abuse


Betty said...

A dream team!

honeybear said...

This is very good news. I love Boomers Against Elder Abuse!

Anonymous said...

I love Boomers too. This is a very good move for both!

StandUp said...

Welcome Marcia! We're glad to have you as a part of NASGA!

Sylvia Rudek said...

Welcome Marcia! And thank you for your service.

Anonymous said...

Congratulations to both.

Nancy said...

Marcia will be a very good plus for NASGA!

Mike said...

NASGA just gets stronger and stronger! I'm so glad Marcia Southwick is a part of NASGA.

Bendigo Banksters said...

What can we say, with Marcia joining NASGA we almost feel sorry for Predatory Guardians ... :)

Joecitizen said...

Go Marcia! NASGA could not have gained a better advocate and human being. :). Joe Roubicek

Jessica said...

Yippee! I am tickled pink for everyone! Go get 'em, guardianship abuse busters!

Tom said...

Marcia will do a great job for NASGA and NASGA is lucky to have her. This is good for everyone involved.

Daniel said...

This is such exciting news! No doubt Marcia and NASGA will hugely benefit by bringing her on board.