Local Man Gets Humanitarian Award

by Press Release-Camden County | Jan 31, 2006
Local Man Gets Humanitarian Award Cherry Hill resident Jeffrey Nash, Camden County freeholder and vice-chairman of the Delaware River Port Authority, is the recipient of the 2005 Paul Porado Humanitarian Award from the Larc School in Bellmawr.

The award recognizes Nash for his longtime support of the school for individuals with disabilities, including his involvement in Larc's annual AmeriHealth Ben Franklin Bridge Challenge.

"We are thrilled to present the Paul Porado Humanitarian Award to Jeff Nash, who, like the award's namesake, has shown remarkable compassion and inspiring acts of kindness," said Larc School Executive Director Susan Weiner.

The award is named for Larc's cherished friend and former treasurer of the board of directors, Paul Porado, who died in November 2004, to honor his life and his dedication to those in need.

Nash, who will receive the award at an Appreciation Breakfast set for 8:30 a.m., January 24 at the Larc School, said he was honored to be recognized by the school.

"There is no more meaningful work we can do in our community than to assist those who are most in need," Nash said. "This recognition is a tribute to the many dedicated people with whom I work that volunteer their time and efforts to help individuals with disabilities," he said.

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Author: Press Release-Camden County


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