Monday, June 13, 2016

Special Olympics Champion

Curry employee wins big at the Special Olympics

On Saturday, May 14th, William “Liam” O’Brien IV won 2 bronze and 1 gold medal at the Special Olympics held in Chicopee, MA. William, who goes by Liam, represented Shrewsbury in these games held by the Assabet Valley Colaborative as a part of their Student Evolution Program.

Liam began volunteering in the bindery at Curry Printing in May of 2014 as part of the Assabet Valley Collaborative outreach program. One year ago he was hired on directly by Curry because of his great work ethic and commitment to a job well done. Steve Therrien, Curry’s Production Manager says, “Liam is very focused on his work and does a quality job at whatever he is assigned. He is a great asset to our bindery team and is always willing to go above and beyond to achieve superior results.” Therrien continues, “I’m not at all suprised Liam won 3 medals at the Olympics.”

Liam won a bronze medal in the running long jump and 200 meter race. He achieved a gold medal in the relay.

Congratulations Liam!


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