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"I felt like the military was in my blood," said St. Matthews resident, Theodore Burfict. Read on to learn more about Theodore's experience as Lieutenant Colonel for the U.S. Army. #BelmontHeroes

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Perry Wolff has a career spanning more than 50 years as a film director, producer and screenwriter. As executive producer at CBS, he directed the 1962 documentary, A Tour of the White House with Mrs. John F. Kennedy. He just might be the most interesting man in the world. #seniorstories

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Calling all dog lovers! Read more about Belmont resident Audrey and Sheba and their special bond. #SeniorStories http://ow.ly/vKSB30cl16C

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"It's not where you are but who you're with that counts." Read this and more sage advice from residents Wes and Susan who have been married for 44 years. #SeniorStories http://ow.ly/x7V530cl16A

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Curious for three suggestions for a happy marriage? Click here for marriage advice from Belmont residents Dean and Marian who have been married for 60 years. http://ow.ly/xTXA30cl16z

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Belmont resident Trudy believes that being creative is the most important thing you can do for yourself. "I took my first acrylic painting class in Hawaii when my kids were small. At one point my work was selling in a gallery in Orange County - it was the highlight of my career.Ó See Trudy with some of her beautiful paintings here. #SeniorStories http://ow.ly/F0q330cl16x

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"Be caring. And be careful." Simple, but impactful marriage advice from Belmont residents John and Suzanne who have been married for 51 years.ÊWhen asked about whatÕs kept them together all these years, they attributed shared values and open communication. #SeniorStories http://ow.ly/aqtm30cl16w

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Liz Stevens, Belmont's resident "dancing queen," first fell in love with dancing during an ice storm when a neighbor gave her a pair of ice skates to try. One of her favorite memories as a dancer involved playing the part of the young girl who sat under the Christmas tree in A Christmas Carol at Radio City Music Hall. Read more of her story. http://ow.ly/TrEa30cl16t

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Looking back on her career as an interior designer, Belmont resident Sara Smith thrived on her work and especially loved designing living rooms where she could be more creative. Read more about Sara's 40-year career in Chicago. #SeniorStories http://ow.ly/710f30cl16s
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