Wheaton man honored at White House
WHEATON – A local man who has been working as an advocate for a healthier breathing environment was honored July 9 at the White House for his work, according to a White House news release.
Dan Dolan-Laughlin from Wheaton is a retired railroad executive who is also a recent recipient of a life-saving double lung transplant. He has given testimony in Environmental Protection Agency hearings regarding power plant pollution and automobile tailpipe emissions. He also volunteers his time to meet with government officials for the American Lung Association.
He and ten other people were honored as "Champions of Change" who are working to protect public health in a changing climate. The list includes doctors, educators, advocates such as Dolan-Laughlin and others.
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