Tuesday, September 30, 2014 · 1:52 p.m.

Local Neathawk Dubuque & Packett
 employee honored with industry award

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Danny Fell, president of Neathawk Dubuque & Packett, a full-service advertising, marketing and public relations agency with an office in Chattanooga, was recently rewarded for vision and excellence in health care.

Fell was recognized at the 16th annual Healthcare Internet Conference in Las Vegas with the John A. Eudes Vision and Excellence Award, named in memory of one of the founders of Greystone.net. 

According to a prepared statement, the award goes to an individual who embodies Eudes' ideals of excellence by "believing in and acting upon the idea that excellence can only be obtained if one cares more than others think is wise, risks more than others think is safe, dreams more than others think is practical and expects more than others think is possible.”

“Danny’s marketing experience, health care knowledge, personal quest for innovation and industry leadership makes him an ideal choice for this inaugural award,” Greystone.net President Kathy Divis said in a prepared statement. “We’re delighted to recognize someone of Danny’s caliber as an example of an individual who embraces these ideals of excellence, much like John did.”

Fell is a former emergency medical technician who has been nationally recognized for his work in interactive marketing. He has been tapped for many speaking engagements and publishing assignments in the health care industry, officials said. He is also active in many professional health care associations. 

“I’m honored to be equated with the high level of excellence John Eudes pursued every day,” Fell said in a prepared statement. “Those of us in the industry are constantly striving to connect consumers with growing health care options. It’s humbling to be recognized at a national conference of like-minded professionals working hard to support excellence in everything we do.” 

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