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AARP recognizes Sandy Hook father

AARP is recognizing a man who co-founded a national nonprofit after losing his son on 12-14.  Mark Barden has been named one of five Purpose Prize award winners.  The Sandy Hook Promise co-founder was awarded a $50,000 prize for using “the power of life experience to build a better future.”  Barden says the only way he can tell the story of the loss of his son Daniel is by trying to bring some good out of the tragedy and prevent other families from living through this pain.  The CEO of AARP Jo Ann Jenkins commended this year’s Purpose Prize winners and fellows for  showing how everyone's own life experiences can be used to find creative and innovative solutions to help others and make a difference in communities across the country.

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