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Memphis Chapter Black Deaf Advocates

(MCBDA)

Please notice: This is an old info but I'm not sure they are still same info.. If you have any question please feel free to ask. Thanks. Updated: 11-9-2013.

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If you have any questions please feel free to ask Lordy Smith for more info below email and or an address send to:

 
Lordy Smith/MCBDA
P O Box 752434
Memphis, TN 38175
Region - West Tennessee
 
Phone: (901) 797-9954
Email: Ms. Lordy D. Smith, President & Founder ldsmith2@fedex.com
 
http://www.wesharefoundation.org/commchamps.htm
  

  
Lordy Smith, who was born hard of hearing and now has little residual hearing, demonstrates great spirit and determination. A widowed mother of four, Smith works three jobs but still made time to found the Memphis Chapter of the National Black Deaf Advocates, serve on the board of the Tennessee Council for the Hearing-Impaired, teach sign language, serve as secretary of the Dixie Deaf Lutheran Conference, and participate in many other organizations and activities. She is also very active in her church, where she has served as choir director for the last 17 years.

Smith, who accepted her award from John Yeh, acknowledged help received from audiologists and told the audience there is "so much more I still want to accomplish." Her goals include the creation of a deaf community center in Memphis and a retirement home for people who are deaf, hard of hearing, or blind. [Link]


 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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