(La Crosse, Wis.) - Don Weber, founder and CEO of LHI, received the Nathan Hale Award from the Reserve Officers Association (ROA) STARS Foundation at a black-tie gala in Wasnington, D.C. in March. Weber was honored for his outstanding service to the Reserve community in recognition of his bold leadership in establishing LHI as one of the nation's top supporters of Reserve employees.
The Nathan Hale Award is given to a leader who embodies the patriotic dedication to our country epitomized by Revolutionary War hero and volunteer Nathan Hale. Former Wisconsin Governor and Health and Human Services Secretary Tommy Thompson presented the award to Weber, highlighting his military service, philanthropy and outstanding support of the Reserve community. The event was widely attended by Department of Defense leadership and other leaders from the Reserve component of each branch of service.
The ROA STARS Foundation hosts their annual gala to help bring attention to the plight of Reservists and raise support for the Foundation’s programs in support of citizen warriors and their families.
The ROA is a 60,000-member professional association for all uniformed services of the United States military. Chartered by Congress and in existence since 1922, ROA advises and educates the Congress, the President, and the American people on national security, with unique expertise on issues that affect the 1.5 million men and women now serving in America’s Reserve components.
Founded in 1999, Logistics Health Incorporated (LHI) provides cost-effective, innovative health care management to government and commercial organizations. LHI’s experts provide customized health care solutions supported by a national network of more than 27,000 medical, dental and behavioral health care providers. LHI designs, implements and manages occupational health and wellness programs, medical and dental readiness services, and secure data management for the Department of Defense (DoD), as well as a number of commercial clients.