Jim Zorn, former Seahawks quarterback and Mercer Island resident, spoke at a recent community breakfast for residents at Covenant Living at the Shores. Zorn shared stories of his life as a player and coach in keeping with his talk “Life Lessons Disappointment Has Taught Me.” Acknowledging the retirement community’s upcoming 40th anniversary, Zorn related how he and his young bride temporarily lived in the apartments at “The Shores” in 1981 when their home was being built. The monthly breakfast event was the first one since COVID restricted regular programming on the campus 15 months ago. Photos courtesy of Greg Asimakoupoulos

Jim Zorn, former Seahawks quarterback and Mercer Island resident, spoke at a recent community breakfast for residents at Covenant Living at the Shores. Zorn shared stories of his life as a player and coach in keeping with his talk “Life Lessons Disappointment Has Taught Me.” Acknowledging the retirement community’s upcoming 40th anniversary, Zorn related how he and his young bride temporarily lived in the apartments at “The Shores” in 1981 when their home was being built. The monthly breakfast event was the first one since COVID restricted regular programming on the campus 15 months ago. Photos courtesy of Greg Asimakoupoulos

Zorn discusses life lessons at Covenant Living at the Shores

  • Wednesday, June 9, 2021 8:30am
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Jim Zorn, former Seahawks quarterback and Mercer Island resident, spoke at a recent community breakfast for residents at Covenant Living at the Shores. Zorn shared stories of his life as a player and coach in keeping with his talk “Life Lessons Disappointment Has Taught Me.” Acknowledging the retirement community’s upcoming 40th anniversary, Zorn related how he and his young bride temporarily lived in the apartments at “The Shores” in 1981 when their home was being built. The monthly breakfast event was the first one since COVID restricted regular programming on the campus 15 months ago. Photos courtesy of Greg Asimakoupoulos


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