Merrimack Valley Food Bank On Par To Honor Chris Dick At 25th Annual Golf Tournament
Aug 10, 2018 01:01PM ● Published by Theresa Gilman
(Editor's Note: the
following information was provided by Merrimack Valley Food Bank.)
Lowell, MA – The Merrimack Valley Food Bank will honor Chris Dick of Trinity EMS, Inc. at their Annual Golf Tournament on Monday, September 10, 2018 at Indian Ridge Country Club in Andover, MA.
Chris joined Trinity EMS in 1991 as a wheel chair van driver during his time at college. After moving on to a successful career in the hospitality and then the banking industry, Chris returned to Trinity in 2008 as Director of Business Development and Marketing. Chris is also a partner in the newly formed Lowell Management Group which manages the Lowell Memorial Auditorium. Lowell, MA – The Merrimack Valley Food Bank will honor Chris Dick of Trinity EMS, Inc. at their Annual Golf Tournament on Monday, September 10, 2018 at Indian Ridge Country Club in Andover, MA.
Chris has deep roots in the Greater Lowell community. He serves on numerous nonprofit boards and committees throughout Lowell and Haverhill. He has been an active member of the Board of Directors for the YMCA of Greater Lowell for the past 14 years and is the current Vice Chairman. Chris was also one of the founders of the Young Professionals of Greater Lowell.
Chris is a graduate of Tewksbury High School (’90) and received his Bachelor’s Degree in Business/Hospitality Management from Johnson and Wales University (’94) in Providence, Rhode Island. Chris is married to his wife, Elizabeth and resides in Tewksbury. While not busy with work and his nonprofit rolls, he helps raise (and coach) his three children – Abbey (12), Brody (10) and Tyler (8).
“We are thrilled to recognize Chris as our honoree this year. Chris is a respected member of our community,
and contributes significantly to Trinity EMS’ involvement in the region. Chris a true friend and partner in the Food
Bank mission to feed hungry people,” remarks Amy Pessia, Food Bank Executive
Numerous opportunities are available to participate; sponsorships, golf foursomes, tickets for the dinner and awards, and donations of raffle and silent auction items. Support for the tournament will help the Merrimack Valley Food Bank continue providing food for up to 70,000 individuals monthly through a network of member food pantries, shelters, meal programs, schools and senior center in nearly 50 communities in Massachusetts and New Hampshire. Contact Debbie Callery at 978-454-7272, or e-mail at [email protected]. Visit www.mvfb.org to register and for more information.