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New Director Vows To Improve Veterans Home In Fayetteville

Facility Has Available Beds, Seeks New Residents

Posted: January 19, 2014 at 5 a.m.

Kriss Schaffer, the new director of the Fayetteville Veterans home (center) with two of the residents of the home Tyrone Leffall and Therese Moore Thursday afternoon at the Fayetteville Veterans Home garden. Leffell who served during the Vietnam War, has lived in the home since August of 2006. Moore served as an army nurse during World War II.

Resident care at the Arkansas Veterans Home at Fayetteville is good and can be improved with watchful, experienced administration, said Kriss Schaffer, the facility’s new director.

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