Marquette fan takes advantage of opportunity to become "the Human Zamboni"
By: Mike Curkov Facebook | Twitter
Posted: Mar 29, 2020 9:00 AM CDT
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MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) -- Marquette University was recently honored for its inclusive hiring practices. Particularly the school was recognized for its partnership with Creative Employment Opportunities or CEO, an organization that helps people who are disabled secure “real work for real pay.”
As part of that partnership, the university was able to find and adapt a role for Ivan Lopez, a wheel chair bound man from Milwaukee who happened to be a big fan of Marquette basketball.
On CBS 58 Sunday Morning Mike Curkov showed how Lopez earned the nickname Human Zamboni as he contributes to his community.