The Dee Brown Lifetime of Service Award was honored of Tomlinson’s loyalty to the hospital and his civic responsibility of garnering support for achieving the best outcomes for hospital’s initiatives.
“Tomlinson has been a longtime supporter of Lower Bucks Hospital and an outstanding leader within our community,” said Sonia.
“I’m honored to present the Dee Brown Lifetime of Service Award to State Sen. Robert M. “Tommy” Tomlinson as recognition of his loyalty and dedication to our hospital.”
Congressman Brian Fitzpatrick and State Rep. Gene Digirolamo were also on hand at the event to present Tomlinson with a citation recognizing his commitment.
The “Dee Brown Lifetime of Service Award” honors individuals who have devoted admirable energy and enthusiasm to the organization’s success.
To be considered, nominees must have a demonstrated track record of loyalty to the hospital and its civic responsibility.
Proceeds from the event will benefit Gaudenzia, a regional organization that operates 169 drug and alcohol treatment programs that help men and women fight addiction, with 101 facilities located in Pennsylvania, Maryland, Delaware, and Washington, D.C.
PHOTO CAP: Dr. Sonia Mehta (left) with State Sen. Robert M. “Tommy” Tomlinson. Photo by Rodney Miller.