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About AARP

Suzan DeCamp, 67, of Omaha, is AARP Nebraska’s new volunteer state president, helping to lead AARP’s work at the state and local levels.
Todd Stubbendieck has been named Director of AARP Nebraska. He will lead the Nebraska staff and team of 200 plus volunteers who are working to improve the health, finances and well-being of 194,000 members in the state.
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Approximately 290,000 Nebraska residents have access to just one internet provider or no access at all.
Omaha hosted a neighborhood festival, and the city will soon have more benches, planters and art installations as part of an initiative to make the area more appealing to residents of all ages.
We’re proud to introduce AARP Nebraska’s Executive Council, a team of appointed leadership volunteers who help guide, plan and implement activities at the community and state level on behalf of our members and the age 50+ population. They are among 400 dedicated AARP volunteers across our state contributing their wisdom, talents and time in a myriad of ways to help meet the needs of Nebraskans 50 + and their families!
With a state office in Lincoln and a volunteer-run information center in Omaha, we’re here in Nebraska working on behalf of our 200,000+ members and their families.
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