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Kuhlman Corporation and Tim Goligoski honored at the 2018 People of Vision Award Dinner Program

Kuhlman Corporation and Tim Goligoski honored at the 2018 People of Vision Award Dinner Program

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Whitney Anderson

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Kuhlman Corporation and Tim Goligoski honored at the 2018 People of Vision Award Dinner Program

TOLEDO, OH (March 21, 2018) – Kuhlman Corporation and Tim Goligoski, President, were recognized for their outstanding visionary leadership and philanthropic work in Northwest Ohio at Prevent Blindness15th Annual People of Vision Award Dinner. St. Luke’s Hospital and Dan Wakeman, President and CEO, who served as the Chair of the event, presented the award.

Over 130 people attended the event held at The Pinnacle in Maumee on March 20. Reporter, Toi Creel from NBC 24 WNWO served as emcee. Over $50,000 was raised to support the sight saving programs of Prevent Blindness including vision screening training, advocacy to widen access to vision care and vision research support

“Kuhlman Corporation and Tim Goligoski possess an exemplary commitment to serving our community and providing resources to people in need living in Northwest Ohio,” said Nick Stack, Chair of the Prevent Blindness Northwest Ohio Chapter Executive Council. “Their support of the community provides a strong foundation for families to build upon and Prevent Blindness is proud to honor them with this award,” he added.

The People of Vision Award was established in 1985 by the Ohio Affiliate of Prevent Blindness to honor and recognize visionary organizations and their top leadership for the outstanding work they have undertaken to enhance the quality of life within their communities. The premise of the People of Vision Award is that our community is enriched by such leadership that reflects a “vision of community” to be celebrated and emulated. It has been recognized as one of Northwest Ohio’s premier charitable events.

Half of all blindness is preventable and the number of blind and visually impaired is expected to double by the year 2030 if nothing is done to address the problem. Furthermore, it is estimated that the economic impact of visual disorders and disabilities costs approximately $5.4 billion annually.

About Prevent Blindness

Founded in 1908, Prevent Blindness is the nation’s leading volunteer eye health and safety organization dedicated to fighting blindness and saving sight. The Ohio Affiliate of Prevent Blindness is Ohio’s leading volunteer nonprofit public health organization dedicated to prevent blindness and preserve sight. We serve all 88 Ohio counties, providing direct services to more than 800,000 Ohioans annually and educating millions of consumers about what they can do to protect and preserve their precious gift of sight. For more information or to make a contribution, call 800-301-2020.  Or, visit us on the web at www.pbohio.org or facebook.com/pbohio and Twitter at https://twitter.com/#!/PB_Ohio.