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posted: 3/28/2013 11:24 AM

Glen Ellyn presents annual Community Awards

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  • Paul Sivak of Precision Payroll and the 2012 president of the Glen Ellyn Chamber of Commerce was awarded Citizen of the Year at the Glen Ellyn Community Awards. He is pictured with Katie Cass of Massage Envy Spa, the chamber's 2013 president.

      Paul Sivak of Precision Payroll and the 2012 president of the Glen Ellyn Chamber of Commerce was awarded Citizen of the Year at the Glen Ellyn Community Awards. He is pictured with Katie Cass of Massage Envy Spa, the chamber's 2013 president.
    Photo Courtesy Glen Ellyn Chamber of Commerce

 
 

Thirteen individuals and one nonprofit organization recently were honored with Glen Ellyn Community Awards in recognition of their service to the community, officials said.

The awards have been given out since 1963 to honor those who have provided outstanding contributions to the community, said Mike Formento, co-director of the Glen Ellyn Chamber of Commerce.

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Awardees worked on or developed specific projects to benefit the village and improve the quality of life, officials said.

The chamber and Village Fair committee presented the awards at a banquet in March.

The winners are:

• Citizen of the Year: Paul Sivak of Precision Payroll and 2012 president of the Glen Ellyn Chamber of Commerce;

• Business of the Year: Skuddlebutts Pizza & Catering (owners Steve Adams and Danny Glover);

• Not For Profit Organization of the Year: Glen Ellyn Infant Welfare Society;

• Senior Citizen of the Year: Jean Jeske of the Glen Ellyn Historical Society and Glen Crest Middle School;

• Policemen of the Year: Sgt. Joseph Baki, officers Andrew Downey, David Gill, Joseph Nemchock, John Perkins of the Glen Ellyn Police Department ;

• Firefighter of the Year: Lt. Scott Parrish of the Glen Ellyn Volunteer Fire Company;

• Educators of the Year: Glenbard West High School Principal Jane Thorsen, Park View Elementary School (District 89) teacher Jessica Langman, Abraham Lincoln Elementary School teacher (District 41) Brian Pindar.

Those eligible for awards must be residents of Glen Ellyn or be part of an organization that is active in Glen Ellyn.

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