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2018 Valley Legacy Awards winners announced

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Those who have spent their lives giving back to the Mahoning Valley and others who go above and beyond in serving seniors were given the recognition they deserve on Wednesday.

The 2018 Valley Legacy Awards annual luncheon was held at 12:00 p.m. at The Maronite Center. 

The Awards recognized 22 outstanding senior and senior advocate nominees from Mahoning, Trumbull, and Columbiana Counties. 

The winners were announced during the lunch, where eight of those people were awarded the Valley Legacy award, 

Some of their accomplishments include providing thousands of hours to military funerals and sewing dresses and teddy bears for children in need.

Outstanding Senior Award for Community Achievement

WINNERS:

Marjorie Dangaran, Warren
Roger H. Gardner, Warren
Marilyn Stanton, Niles
Harlene Huffstetler, Niles


Outstanding Senior Award for Professional Excellence

WINNERS:

Shirley Lisk, Niles

Rich Morgan, Boardman

Outstanding Senior Advocate


Outstanding Senior Advocate

WINNERS:

Honorable Robert N. Rusu, Youngstown

James Sutman, Youngstown

Cliff C. & Lillie W. Johnson Memorial Award for Time Service to the Community

Donald Patton, previously of North Jackson- Presented to daughter Susan Patton-Karash.

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