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Hope Network Vice President Receives Brain Injury Association of Michigan Award

April 7, 2016

Award given to Margaret Kroese of Hope Network Neuro Rehabilitation

Margaret has been a residential instructor, a director, and a vice president. She has been a leader in the community and a strong voice for Michigan’s No-Fault System. She has meant so much to so many – and if you’ve met her, it’s easy to know why.

Join us in congratulating Margaret on receiving the Legacy Society Community Service Award, an honor given by the Brain Injury Association of Michigan.

Margaret was honored at the BIA of MI Legacy Society Dinner on April 2, 2016.

Margaret Kroese
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