Farmington resident Peter Lichtenberg received an Exemplary Service Award “for his years of extraordinary contributions to aging services in Michigan.”
FARMINGTON — During a Michigan Commission on Services to the Aging meeting this past June, Farmington resident Peter Lichtenberg learned some news that he said came as a “total shock” to him.
Lichtenberg was appointed to the commission by former governor Rick Snyder.
He said he served six years on the commission, but decided not to reapply due to a role he is set to take on this January as the president of the Gerontological Society of America.
At the last virtual meeting he was a part of for the…