Employees at LabDx Laboratory and BioDiagnostics donated school supplies to Deep Springs Elementary recently. Back row from left: Jessica Hiler, president of Fayette County Education Foundation; Debbie Laurienzo of LabDx; Kate O'Ferral, director of the school's Family Resource Center; Kathy Waller, vice president of sales and marketing for LabDx; Kelly Malley, head of LabDx's outreach committee; Superintendent Stu Silberman; Deep Springs Principal Adam Kirk; and LabDx President Rob Mudd.
Employees at LabDx Laboratory and BioDiagnostics donated school supplies to Deep Springs Elementary recently. Back row from left: Jessica Hiler, president of Fayette County Education Foundation; Debbie Laurienzo of LabDx; Kate O'Ferral, director of the school's Family Resource Center; Kathy Waller, vice president of sales and marketing for LabDx; Kelly Malley, head of LabDx's outreach committee; Superintendent Stu Silberman; Deep Springs Principal Adam Kirk; and LabDx President Rob Mudd.
Employees at LabDx Laboratory and BioDiagnostics donated school supplies to Deep Springs Elementary recently. Back row from left: Jessica Hiler, president of Fayette County Education Foundation; Debbie Laurienzo of LabDx; Kate O'Ferral, director of the school's Family Resource Center; Kathy Waller, vice president of sales and marketing for LabDx; Kelly Malley, head of LabDx's outreach committee; Superintendent Stu Silberman; Deep Springs Principal Adam Kirk; and LabDx President Rob Mudd.

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September 22, 2010 12:00 AM