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Catherine D’Amato honored by the ADL

From left: Martha Coakley, Carol Fulp, and Angela Menino with Catherine D'Amato at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel. From left: Martha Coakley, Carol Fulp, and Angela Menino with Catherine D'Amato at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel.
By Mark Shanahan and Meredith Goldstein
Globe Staff / September 28, 2011

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Catherine D’Amato, president of the Greater Boston Food Bank, was honored yesterday as the Anti-Defamation League’s Woman of Valor. D’Amato was feted by ADL New England’s Derrek Shulman and past honorees, including Attorney General Martha Coakley, John Hancock’s Carol Fulp, Esta Gordon Esptein, wife of Celtics co-owner Bob Epstein, and Boston’s first lady, Angela Menino, who was joined at the event at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel by daughter Susan Menino Fenton.