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      Message for Members with "chrysler.com" Email Address

      If you are a registered LAP member on this website and using a contact email address ending with “chrysler.com”, be advised that website communications sent to members using the chrysler.com domain for email purposes are being rejected as spam. To remain within the LAP communications loop, please contact the website admin at admin@laborassistanceprofessionals.com and provide a different contact email address. Thank you.
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      Feb. 24 - LAP Conference Update

      LAP membership and friends, On February 24, your national board of directors met and further discussed our 2021 conference. As of today, critical issues remain to be worked out, and there are still many unanswered questions regarding COVID restrictions and the Tropicana Hotel’s ability to host a large group in July.
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      Kevin Moore, NYC Chapter, Passes at Age 54

      The LAP New ork Chapter regretfully announced the passing of chapter member Kevin Patrick Moore on January 19, 2021 at 54 years of age. Originally from the Bronx, Kevin lived in Yonkers and worked with the Long Island Center for Recovery since 2018. He was a NYC chapter member since 2015 and was associated with Ironworkers Local 580. Kevin always loved helping people.
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      Holiday Message

      Dear Members and Friends, I want to take this opportunity to wish you and your family a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. My sincere hope is that your holiday season is filled with love and joy. Year 2020 has been challenging to say the least. Let us hope that the New Year not only brings back a sense of normalcy but also allows us to return to a lifestyle of social interaction.
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      Greater Detroit Chapter Supports Local Community Services

      The LAP Greater Detroit Chapter issued their November 2020 newsletter and featured several non-profit charities receiving donations from the chapter. A pdf link is attached for downloading and printing.
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      Memorial Services for LAP Co-Founder Tom Burns

      To All LAP Members and Freinds, Memorial services for Thomas F. Burns are as follows: Sunday September 27, 2020, 2 p.m. - 6 p.m. Weigand Bros. Funeral Home 44 Hillside Avenue Williston Park, NY 11596 Phone: 516-746-4484 Mass to be held at 10 a.m.
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      Tom Burns, LAP Co-Founder, Passes at Age 87

      It is with deep regret and sorrow that we announce the passing of LAP co-founder and New York City Chapter member Thomas “Tommy” Burns, age 87, on August 26 while at home while with his wife of 38 years, Kathy Burns.
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      A Brief History of Labor Assistance Professionals
      Interview with Mickey Diamond

       

      Mickey Diamond was a member of the LAP New York City chapter and an early pioneer in the development of union-based occupational alcohol programs in the workplace. The LAP organization honors him each year with a presentation of the "Mickey Diamond" award to a deserving LAP member at the summer conference.

      "Mickey Diamond was not only a leader, but an innovator in the world of alcohol treatment programs in the workplace. In this interview he gives the viewer a small glimpse of his life story and into what it was like to be in the field in the early years of Employee Assistance Programs. Mickey died less than a month after this interview, he is sorely missed." - ILR School, Cornell University

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      To contact your state and congressional representatives, text your mailing address zip code to 1-520-200-2223. You will receive a return text listing state and congressional contact phone numbers for your location. Just tap on the number to call.
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