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Wesley Lum

The state's Executive Office of Aging director is exploring new ways to improve assistance to the elderly and those taking care of them

By Vicki Viotti

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Jan 20, 2012

~~<p>The most noticeable thing upon entering the director's office at the Executive Office on Aging is that there's no gray hair in sight.</p>
<p>Instead there's Wesley Lum, who looks far younger than even his 40 years but who had accumulated significant experience in elder affairs before his appointment a year ago. He was an assistant professor at the University of Hawaii School of Social Work, has a doctorate and worked at the UH Center on Aging.</p>
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The most noticeable thing upon entering the director's office at the Executive Office on Aging is that there's no gray hair in sight.

Instead there's Wesley Lum, who looks far younger than even his 40 years but who had accumulated significant experience in elder affairs before his appointment a year ago. He was an assistant professor at the University of Hawaii School of Social Work, has a doctorate and worked at the UH Center on Aging. Login for more...



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