Dick Fontaine

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Dick Fontaine was honored by the Daily Progress in 2012 as part of the Distinguished Dozen. [1]

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Fontaine began volunteering for the Hospice of the Piedmont soon after retiring to Keswick in 2006. He is the former CEO of Martin Aviation, Brinderson Construction and America's Pharmacy.


  1. Web. Dozen: 'Heart of gold' propels hospice volunteer, Aaron Richardson, Daily Progress, Lee Enterprises, December 27, 2012, retrieved January 7, 2015.