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Triangle, Inc. honors Sen. DiDomenico with Public Servant of the Year award

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  Triangle, Inc., an organization dedicated to empowering people with disabilities and their families to enjoy rich and fulfilling lives, awarded State Senator Sal DiDomenico with its prestigious Public Servant of the Year award last week. The nonprofit hosted its Annual Awards Ceremony at the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum in Boston. Senator DiDomenico has been a longtime supporter of Triangle, Inc. and their commitment to helping the world realize that we are all people with ability. He has secured over $1 million to help Triangle, Inc. serve people with disabilities throughout Greater Boston and support their work in our communities.

  “I have always been a supporter of Triangle, Inc. and have admired their extraordinary passion for helping people with disabilities, and I am so honored to receive this award from such a dedicated and respected organization. From their CEO, Coleman Nee, to every member of their amazing team they lead with their heart and change lives each day,” said Senator DiDomenico.

Senator Sal DiDomenico with Triangle, Inc. CEO Coleman Nee
Senator Sal DiDomenico with his wife, Tricia, and their two children, Sal and Matthew

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