Q2 Awards

25th Annual

Q2 Awards Breakfast

Recognizing contributions made to the quality of life in Oakland County
Hosted by L. Brooks Patterson, Oakland County Executive

Wednesday, December 6, 2017  •  8:00 a.m.

Registration begins at 7:30 a.m.

Auburn Hills Marriott at Centerpoint
3600 Centerpoint Parkway • Pontiac, Michigan

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Please send personal or corporate checks to:
Boost Oakland Business • PO Box 300542 • Waterford, MI 48330-0542

For questions, call Kelly Sleva at (810) 955-1957

Quality People  •  Quality County

2017 Q2 Honorees

Stephen and Larenne Clark

Many know Stephen Clark, an anchor for Channel 7 news, and his wife Larenne, owner of Zealand Spa Salon in Commerce Township. Their successful careers, however, never overshadow their granddaughter Scarlet, who lives with Spinal Muscular Atrophy. Together, Stephen and Larenne launched the Scarlet’s Smile Foundation, dedicated to improving the quality of life of children and their families. One of their goals is to build an all-inclusive playground in Commerce Township where all children can play.

Philip A. Incarnati

Since 1989, Phil Incarnati has served as president & CEO of McLaren Health Care, one of Michigan’s largest health care systems. Phil believes in keeping ahead of the industry. He once wrote, “Take a hard look at the good work you’ve accomplished — and then shake it up yourself for something better.” McLaren Health is the sponsor of the Brooksie Way Races whose proceeds fund Brooksie Way Minigrants awarded to organizations working to improve the quality of life through active lifestyles.

Frederick Nader

As chairman of the Oakland County Connected Vehicle Task Force, Fred Nader is at the forefront of building a business model for bringing advanced vehicle technology to Oakland County. He also is co-founder of Walk The Line To Spinal Cord Injury Recovery, a Southfield therapy center for recovery from spinal cord and traumatic brain injury. Fred also is leading the fight against big insurance companies and Lansing to protect Michigan’s auto no-fault insurance for Michigan families.