Join Us in Bidding a Fond Farewell to Jerome Mosman

Please join Sixty & Better for breakfast as we celebrate the achievements and milestones of 2017 (including our 50th Anniversary) and honor our community partners, foundations, and donors for their generous support in our mission to empower older adults to live with purpose, independence, and dignity.

The Annual Meeting will be bittersweet as we bid a fond farewell to Sixty & Better CEO Jerome H. Mosman, who is retiring in January after 8+ years with the agency and many decades in service to the community. We hope that you’ll join us in celebrating Jerry’s accomplishments as we wish him well.

Freshly made breakfast and parking are complementary. The Sixty & Better Annual Meeting will convene in the Church’s Great Hall.

To attend, please RSVP.




Jerome H. Mosman has a Master of Public Administration degree from the University of Texas at Arlington and more than 30 years of nonprofit management experience. He has been CEO of Sixty & Better since June 2009. Previously, Mosman was Associate Director of Catholic Charities of Dallas, with administrative duties that included the senior citizen congregate meal program. He has experience managing federal and state funded programs, including services funded by the Area Agency on Aging, Community Development Block Grants and Texas Department of Housing grants.

He is bilingual (Spanish and English) and a graduate of the Partners in Policymaking training, sponsored by the Texas Council for Developmental Disabilities. Mosman previously was Senior Vice President at United Way of Tarrant County and Executive Director of the Fort Worth Hispanic Chamber. He has served as a Board Member of MHMR of Tarrant County. He is also a member of the Rotary Club of Fort Worth.