Proclamation: Yoshitaka Ando Day

Published December 14, 2019 | Selectmen's Office | Automatically Archived on 12/16/2019

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WHEREAS: Yoshitaka Ando immigrated from Japan to the United States by himself at the age of 15; and

WHEREAS: Yoshitaka Ando graduated from Franklin High School and Bridgewater State College where he was a collegiate football player; and

WHEREAS: Yoshitaka Ando was hired by Lincoln-Sudbury Regional High School in 1987 as an Athletic Trainer; and

WHEREAS: For the last 33 years, Yoshitaka Ando has established a venerable standard of care, compassion and leadership for tens of thousands of Lincoln-Sudbury student athletes; and

WHEREAS: Yoshitaka Ando embodied a rare spirit of selflessness and dedication as a role model to our community; and

WHEREAS: Thousands of student-athletes and their families are thankful to Yoshitaka Ando for the positive impact he has had on their lives.



The Board of Selectmen hereby proclaim Saturday, December 14, 2019 as “Yoshitaka Ando Day” in the Town of Sudbury.

Signed this 10th day of December in the year two thousand and nineteen.


Daniel E. Carty, Chair

Patricia A. Brown, Vice-Chair

Janie W. Dretler

Jennifer S. Roberts

William J. Schineller



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