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    June 22, 2024
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      In Memory of Betty Pascuzzi

      It is with deep sadness to inform you about the passing of Betty Pascuzzi on Wednesday, May 15, after a six year battle with cancer. Betty was an active member of the New York City Chapter, and she was recently appointed to serve as the Chair or the LAP Certification Commission. Betty was also working on registrations for the 2024 30th Anniversary LAP Conference.
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      2024 LAP Conference Agenda/Brochure

      When downloading to print the agenda/brochure, set your printer to 8.5 x 14.0 in. paper. If you cannot open the pdf file, get a free copy of Adobe Reader at https://get.adobe.com/reader/
      Download: LAP.Conference..Agenda.2024.pdf

      LAP National Conference Attendee Registration is Open

      .LAP Conference Attendee Information and Registration.
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      A Brief History of Labor Assistance Professionals, by Ted Mapes and Tommy Burns (New York City Chapter), Tom Cole (Tri-State Chapter), Jack Freckman (Tennessee Chapter), and Ken Morse (Midwest Chapter)

      Series of Interviews with Mickey Diamond (New York City Chapter)

       

      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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