Mary Lynn Lally of Walkersville, Maryland has been selected as the Hamilton Relay Deaf Community Leader Award recipient for the state of Maryland. Mary Lynn has worked as a tireless advocate to improve the lives of individuals who are deaf and hard of hearing.
Mary Lynn is an active member of Maryland Deaf Senior Citizens (MDSC). She has contributed significant time to MDSC and oftentimes partners with the Maryland Association of the Deaf on several events. She is also involved with the Free State (Maryland) Chapter of the Gallaudet University Alumni Association, Alpha Gamma Chapter of the Phi Kappa Zeta Sorority and the Frederick Chapter of Deaf Seniors of America. She also served on the Deaf Seniors of America – Baltimore 2013 Conference Management Team.
Mary Lynn is a retired Maryland School for the Deaf principal and spent many years contributing to the community. Even in retirement, Mary Lynn continues to serve the Deaf community by offering transportation to those who are no longer able to drive and need a ride to meetings or appointments. Additionally, she is always will to gather information about the resources available to individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing.
Along with her peers, we commend Mary Lynn for encouraging and empowering those around her and are proud to present her with the Hamilton Relay 2016 Deaf Community Leader Award for the state of Maryland.
This leadership recognition has been brought to you by Hamilton Relay.
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