Gov. Confirms Dene Liott To Council On Aging
Liott, a Pottstown resident, is a longtime advocate for senior citizens and issues that face the aging.
Gov. Tom Corbett on Tuesday announced confirmations of his nominees by the Pennsylvania Senate including Dene Liott of Pottstown to the Pennsylvania Council on Aging.
Liott, a longtime advocate for senior citizens and aging issues, for 15 years was an in-home caregiver for her mother, who had Alzheimer's disease, and late husband who suffered a stroke that left him paralyzed and in a wheelchair.
She later became a member of the Montgomery County Aging and Adult Advisory Council.
Liott's considerable public service history includes work for the Dept of Aging Task Force for Quality at the End of Life Committee, chairwoman for the Pottstown Borough Cable Commission and author of "My Say, A Caregiver’s View of the World."
Today, she serves on several county and state committees and boards that focus on the aging population.
Additionally, Liott is a public speaker and award winning volunteer.
She also produces and hosts a variety of informational and entertaining television shows including:
• LIVE with Dene
• Cookin’ with Dene
• Talk and/or Walk and Talk
• Dance Party
• Community News Show
The shows air at various times on PCTV – BCTV – NASDTV.
Editor's note: Liott is also a blogger for Pottstown Patch.