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Joseph Jabaily Public Health Hero Award

The Joseph Jabailly Public Health Hero Award was created by the Larimer County Board of Health, in honor and in memory of Dr. Jabaily, a Loveland neurologist and community board member, volunteer, and activist who died tragically in a charity bicycle race in 2004. Joe was running for the state legislature at the time, hoping to improve public health, health care, and educational problems in our state.

A nominee for this award should be someone who lives or works in Larimer County who has contributed in an extraordinary way to public health or made an outstanding contribution to public health over time. The nominee does not have to be a public health professional; it could be a volunteer, legislator, or other community leader. The nominee does not have to be an individual; it could be a group or an organization.

Nominations can be sumitted online below or on a printed form to be mailed in. Current employees of the Larimer County Department of Health and Environment and current Board of Health members are not eligible.

Nominations for the Award must be received, by online application or by mail, no later than 5 p.m., Monday, March 31, 2014. Nominations should not exceed two pages and only one nomination per person will be accepted.

Former recipients of the Public Health Hero Award

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