On October 12, 2012, Thomas Domer received the Lifetime Achievement Award as part of the Workers’ Injury Law & Advocacy Group (WILG) annual convention. This is no small honor. The lifetime achievement award “is reserved for those individuals who have gone above and beyond the norm, and who continue to play a vital role in supporting WILG and advocating for the issues important to WILG’s mission,” which involves representing the interests of injured workers and their families.
A dinner and award service occurred in Tom’s honor, and the WILG President, J.R. Boyd indicated that “Tom is a great advocate for injured workers, and has performed a Herculean task as co-editor of WILG’s Workers’ First Watch magazine, which continues to be THE best produced workers’ rights magazine in the country.”
As part of the ceremony, the co-editor of Wokers’ First Watch, Jay Causey from Washington, provided a moving and thoughtful introduction. Tom graciously accepted the award and spoke about his long-term commitment to workers and serving others. It was a fantastic evening and a fitting and deserved tribute.
Join me in congratulating Tom in his career of achievements.