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Laurice Levine receives 2012 Italian Catholic Federation Pope John XXIII Award
Laurice Levine, Thalassemia Outreach Coordinator at Children's Hospital & Research Center Oakland, received the Italian Catholic Federation's prestigious Pope John XXIII Award on September 2. It is the highest award bestowed by the ICF to a lay person of any denomination who exemplifies humanitarian service to society. Past winners have been the late comedian, Danny Thomas, (St. Jude's Hospital), Congressman Frank Annunzio, athlete Dick Butkus, Mimi Silbert, (Delancy Street Project), Reg and Maggie Green, (Nicholaus Green Foundation), actor Joseph Campanella, and others.
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