1988 May 3
McCormack, Mark H.
McCormack informs Carlton B. Schnell that due to his travel plans, it will be hard to accomodate the time frame they are forced to address this year. He explains that this might mean they are going to have to skip a year of their traditional luncheon.
1994 Aug. 11
Providing a list of people for the first corporate lunch. The lunch will be held every fourth Friday of the month. She would like advice for who to invite for future guests.
1994 Aug. 23
Requesting lunch at the conference center for Laurie Roggenburk. The guests who will be in attendance are listed in the memo.
1970 Oct. 6
Reich, Alan A.
Washington (D.C.) - Inviting Bartels to attend a luncheon hosted by the National Paraplegia Foundation to review the conclusions recommended by Graham Sharman and Kenneth Owen on "how to solve the problem of spinal cord injury in a region of the United States."
1970 Nov. 2
Nugent, Timothy J.
Champaign (Ill.) - Thanking Twiname for attending the luncheon hosted by the National Paraplegia Foundation where Graham Sharman and Kenneth Owen reported on their management survey of spinal cord injury services in New England.
1971 Jan. 7
Chicago (Ill.) - Concerning setting up a luncheon to discuss "a system for the furnishing of care and treatment to the victims of spinal cord injury in the New England region." Barrie informs Lawton of the meeting place and who will attend the luncheon.
1970 Nov. 13
Twiname, John D.
Washington (D.C.) - Thanking Nugent and Alan Reich for arranging the luncheon at the State Department; Twiname says it was a helpful experience and he will follow up through the Regional Office to lend support. A handwritten note on the page says "Thanks again, Alan!"
1970 Oct. 30
Reich, Alan A.
Chicago (Ill.) - Expressing appreciation for the presentation on recommendations for solving the spinal cord injury problem in New England given by Graham Sharman and Kenneth Owen at a luncheon. Reich says the meeting pointed the way to further cooperative action and names several individuals and the organizations they represent who attended the luncheon. There is a list of guests who attended the National Paraplegia ... more