|Gross, Lavoie, and Reitman|
The Lord and Lady Fairfax program calls for each member of the Board of Supervisors to select two individuals to be honored for their outstanding volunteer service or for an act of heroism.
Reitman, a long-time Annandale resident, has represented Mason District on the Fairfax County Trails and Sidewalks Committee since 2008 and served on the Connectivity subgroup of the Seven Corners Land Use and Transportation Task Force.
As a certified application counselor for the Affordable Care Act, Reitman volunteered with Northern Virginia Family Services to help low-income residents obtain health insurance through the HealthCare.gov Marketplace.
Lavoie, a resident of Parklawn, is co-founder of the Bailey’s Crossroads Health Access Partnership, a multi-faith collaborative, that opened the Culmore Clinic in 2007. The clinic supports nearly 1,200 patient visits and leverages more than $1.3 million annually in donated services and time to individuals without access to regular health care.