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Alum chosen as 2014 Citizen of the Year

January 9, 2014
Posted In: Alumni Headlines

James A. O’Connor, DO, ’67, medical care director, St. Luke’s Clinic, Jackson, Mich., was chosen as the 2014 Jackson Citizen Patriot Citizen of the Year. For the past 13 years, Dr. O’Connor has volunteered his time and changed the lives of thousands of Jackson County residents in need of free medical care. He also works part-time for an in-home hospice physician (he is board-certified in hospice and palliative care in addition to family practice) and for a visiting doctor’s company where he makes house calls. He is an active member of the Knights of Columbus and Kiwanis.

3 responses to “Alum chosen as 2014 Citizen of the Year”

  1. John Thurman says:

    Congratulations Dr. O’Connor! That is an amazing honor. For your community to recognize you in the capacity as “Citizen of the Year” speaks to your character, integrity and compassion. Thank you for giving me even more reason to be a proud alum of KCOM!

  2. Paul E Kudelko KCOM67 says:

    Congrads . Jim great job . Class of 67 hard working & very giving . Good luck & health. Paul

  3. gerald j brown,D.O. says:

    Congratulations Jim. You are a credit to your community, our profession & the great class of 1967. Also someone I consider a good friend. God Bless, Jerry Brown

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