Frank Deiner Receives Middlesex County College L’Hommedieu Award

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Frank Deiner Receives Middlesex County College L’Hommedieu Award
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EDISON, NJ – Frank Deiner, a Middlesex County Freeholder in the 1960s, received the L’Hommedieu Award from Middlesex County College on August 25. One of the founding fathers of MCC, Deiner led the contingent of Middlesex County officials who traveled to Washington in 1964 to lobby for the land that would become MCC. He was also instrumental in selecting MCC’s first Board of Trustees.

The Paige D. L’Hommedieu Award is the highest honor given by the College. It is awarded annually at the Fall Convocation to a person who embodies the citizenship, leadership and humanity of Paige D. L’Hommedieu, the founding board chair of the College. This year marks the 50th anniversary of the founding of MCC, so it is fitting that the College honor someone who did so much to create Middlesex County College.

“What a special time it is to recognize Mr. Deiner, who was here 50 years ago and has remained an advocate to this day, as we celebrate the 50th anniversary of our county college,” said Dorothy K. Power, chairman of the College’s Board of Trustees. “Thank you, Frank, for your foresight and work those many years ago to bring us to what and where we are today.”

Then 33 years old, Deiner was the youngest Middlesex County Freeholder and he was also the chair of its Education Committee. He selected part of the Raritan Arsenal as the land he wante…………… continues on TheAlternativePress.com

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WINNIPEG, Le 21 sept. 2014 /CNW/ – L’honorable Candice Bergen, ministre d’État (Développement social), a assisté aujourd’hui à la neuvième cérémonie annuelle de remise des diplômes du Neeginan College of Applied Technology et elle y a fait une allocution. À cette occasion, la ministre a fait remarquer que de nombreux étudiants n’ont pu être présents parce qu’ils sont déjà employés, ce qui donne une bonne idée du niveau de réussite du programme.

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