Aging happens to all of us, and Roger Lump II, Class of 1966, is working to make it better.  He was recently named as the Board of Directors Chair of Mather LifeWays, a non-denominational not-for-profit organization located in Evanston, Illinois dedicated to creating Ways to Age Well. Roger joined the Board in 2007.

Mather Lifeways, founded in 1941, strives to further its innovative practices and successes in the areas of research, senior living residences, and community outreach.

Roger is a Certified Public Accountant and a director with KPMG LLP, an international audit, tax and advisory services firm in Chicago.  He currently serves on the board of trustees of Seabury Western Theological Seminary and the board of directors of Skokie Country Club.

Photo courtesy of TribLocal Evanston.