Hans Emil Møller-Hansen, for many years a trustee at national and local level in Momentum, was this weekend honored with the Momentum Honorary Award.
Saturday’s gala dinner during Momentum’s weekend gathering in Tønsberg offered not only a good meal and a lot of fun, but also the surprise that was a fact when Momentum leader Kjetil Bragstad spoke, called out Møller-Hansen and presented him with the award – in solid applause from the around 60 weekend participants at the dining tables.
Bragstad praised and thanked Møller-Hansen for “great commitment within the organization” for a number of years.
Møller-Hansen, a thigh amputee, has, among other things, served for a period as Momentum’s top manager.
He thanked for the honor he was given and said “I will be dumb, I”, then added that “this was unexpected.”
The new honorary award holder said that he had participated in a Momentum meeting for the first time in the early summer of 2006, in Kristiansand, and he stated that peer work is one of the things that has interested him strongly over the years, explained that “it is important to help each other.”