Charlotte, N.C. – Parker Poe is pleased to announce that Charlotte partner Craig Lynch has been inducted into the National Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Society’s Volunteer Hall of Fame. Craig was honored for his 25 years of work on behalf of people affected by MS.
“Through his extraordinary volunteer efforts at the local, state, and national level, Craig has demonstrated profound dedication to the Society as a volunteer leader,” the National MS Society announced in naming Craig as a Volunteer Hall of Fame member. Craig serves on the organization’s National Advisory Council and has previously served on its board of directors and executive committee, including stints as vice chair and secretary.
In addition to his service with the National MS Society, Craig is the immediate past chair of the national board of directors for the Florida State University Alumni Association, as well as a past president and former board member of the UNC School of Law Alumni Association.
At Parker Poe, Craig is serving his fourth term on the firm’s board of directors. As a veteran in the Real Estate & Commercial Development Group, he has helped develop pragmatic solutions for clients’ commercial real estate needs for more than 32 years.
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