LSPA 26th Annual Dinner Wrap-Up

The LSP Association’s Board of Directors hosted over 300 attendees at this year’s Annual Dinner at Mechanics Hall in Worcester. It was a wonderful night and great to see so many LSPA members, clients, and friends. Click here to see the photograph album from the evening.

In addition to a performance by the Harvard-Radcliffe Veritones, the LSPA presented its Contribution to the Practice Awards. The following recipients were honored for their outstanding efforts: 

  • Joseph Roman, LSP, GEI Consultants and Daniel LaFrance, LSP, Fuss & O’NeillCo-Chairs of the LSPA Regulations Committee received the LSPA Member Award for their work on LSPA's Comments on the 2019 MCP Amendments. The award was presented by former committee co-chairs, Marilyn Wade, LSPA Past President, and David Leone, LSPA Board member.
  • Brian Roden, MassDEP, and Isaac Anderson, Cooperstown Environmental, shared the Contribution to the Practice Award, presented by Matthew Hackman, LSPA Past President. This award was for their collaboration and key contributions to the implementation of AEPMM telemetry in the practice of waste site cleanup under the MCP.
  • Charles “Chuck” Myette, LSP, Brown and Caldwell, received the LSPA Lifetime Achievement Award for his decades of volunteer contributions to the practice, the LSPA, and creating the LSPA Scholarship Fund. Jeanine Grachuk, LSPA Board Member, and Dot McGlincy, LSPA Past President, presented Chuck with this award which recognizes distinguished and continued contributions for over 25 years or more to the advancement of science, standards, or professionalism in the field of site assessment and remediation under MGL c. 21E.


The LSPA received impressive sponsorship support from our Annual Dinner Sponsors and Supporters. Also, Corporate Sponsors for 2019-2020 were announced at the dinner. We look forward to working with our Corporate Sponsors throughout the coming year.


The LSP Association Scholarship Fund was the recipient of generous donations through its silent auction. Thank you to all who participated in the LSPA Scholarship Fund’s Silent Auction. We greatly appreciate everyone involved - those who donated items and those who bid on items. This money will go a long way toward providing educational scholarships for students pursuing a course of studies consistent with becoming an LSP or Environmental Professional. Click here for information on the LSP Association Scholarship Fund.


At next year’s Annual Dinner, the LSPA will be celebrating its 27th Anniversary! We appreciate your thoughts and ideas for next year’s gathering. Please email [email protected] to share your thoughts.


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