APDA MA Chapter president receives two volunteer service awards
Needham resident Volodymyr "Vlad" Lyczmanenko recently received two awards recognizing his work with the American Parkinson Disease Association (APDA) on behalf of the Parkinson community.
At the APDA Leadership Conference in Nashville, Tennessee, peers from around the country recognized him with the Salvatore A. Esposito Award. This award, named for the founder of the APDA, annually recognizes an individual exemplifying commitment, creativity, service, and leadership in the execution of the APDA's mission to "ease the burden and find the cure".
At the 27th Annual APDA MA Parkinson Walkathon, Mr. Lyczmanenko also received a lifetime service award from the MA Chapter of the APDA. This award honored his many years of service, including five years as the Chapter president.
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