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Nick Golon honored at New Hampshire Union Leader’s 40 Under Forty award ceremony

TFMoran Senior Project Manager, Nicholas Golon, PE was one of forty standout young professionals honored at the New Hampshire Union Leader “40 Under Forty” outdoor award ceremony that took place on July 21st at Northeast Delta Dental Stadium in Manchester. The Class of 2020 marked the 19th year of the event which had to be rescheduled from March due to the coronavirus pandemic. Though masks and social distancing were required per the pandemic guidelines, approximately 200 attendees were grateful to have an in-person ceremony recognizing the best of New Hampshire who have made a difference in their professions and their communities.

The ceremony was led by New Hampshire Union Leader President and Publisher Brendan McQuaid. As Nick’s name was announced as an honoree, he picked up his award and posed for a photo with State Senate President Donna Soucy. Congressman Chris Pappas also addressed the honorees virtually on the big screen. Other photos ops included Nick with his VIP guests, a very proud mom and his wife, Lee.

Thank you to the New Hampshire Union Leader for recognizing these 40 talented young people who make New Hampshire a better place to live and work. Congratulations to all 40 award-recipients!

To read more about the ceremony click on this pdf for the Union Leader article: Union Leader – 40 Under Forty Event Story 07-21-20

TFMoran principals and staff congratulate Nick for his accomplishments and for receiving the 40 Under Forty award!

 

 

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TFMoran Engineers Ski for Waterville Valley Adaptive Sports Charity Event

TFMoran’s Tom Lamb, Lou Cote (Team Captain), Maureen Kelly, and Jon Nadeau participated in the annual Changes in Altitudes Ski-a-Thon on Saturday, February 22, 2020 at Waterville Valley Ski area. This year’s charity event raised over $90,000 to benefit Waterville Valley Adaptive Sports. The Adaptive program provides group and private lessons to adults and children using specially designed adaptive ski equipment, as well as training for Special Olympics and Paralympic Sports.

The event was held at Waterville Valley Resort in Waterville Valley, NH. Teams were invited to dress like a pirate and “ski until their legs said argh”! The weather was perfect for skiers to complete as many runs as possible from 9am to 2pm followed by a catered after-party at the resort that awarded prizes to the teams that raised the most money (over $70,000) and completed the most runs (26)!! The TFMoran Team enjoyed a beautiful winter day and being able to help raise money to provide access to sports and instructions to individuals with disabilities was priceless!

For more photos check out Waterville Valley’s Adaptive Sports Facebook page.