Age Doesn’t Stop Marianist Brother From Making Difference

Brother Leo Slay is one of 20 Ageless-Remarkable Saint Louisans.

The founder of the  in Kirkwood is among a group of 20 older adults to be recognized at the St. Andrew's Resources for Seniors System's ninth annual Ageless – Remarkable Saint Louisans gala.

Brother Leo Slay, 80, of Warson Woods, continues to direct the co-op and works with local food banks to provide food to those in need.

For the past 40 years, Slay has served as food service director for the Schools.

During his career, Slay has traveled to Armed Service bases and ships worldwide, where he evaluated food service operations and helped to raise the quality of the food served to men and women in uniform.

Slay and his peers will be honored Nov. 6 at the Hyatt Regency St. Louis at the Arch.

Thank you to Shelene Treptow for providing the above information about this Notable Neighbor.

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