22 nominees announced for Legacy award
YOUNGSTOWN — Twenty-two nominees were announced Thursday for the 2018 Valley Legacy Awards.
The 14th annual event honors civic-minded seniors and senior advocates for their contributions to the Mahoning Valley.
Nominees will be honored and Valley Legacy Awards presented during a luncheon Oct. 10 at the Maronite Center, 1555 S. Meridian Road, Youngstown.
Luncheon tickets are $30 by calling June Jagunic at 330-530-4038, Ext. 2050, or visiting www.shepherd ofthevalley.com/valley-legacy-awards/
Shepherd of the Valley is a Christian not-for-profit corporation that operates four senior living centers in Trumbull and Mahoning counties, plus At Home With Shepherd Home Health Services.
• Outstanding Senior Award for Community Achievement
Kenneth F. Abell, Warren
Marjorie Dangaran, Warren
Susan Frenger, Salem
Roger H. Gardner, Warren
Virginia Hall, Warren
Harlene Huffstetler, Niles
Rev. John L. Oliver, Niles
Marilyn K. Stanton, Niles
Warner K. Taiclet, Warren
• Outstanding Senior Award for Professional Excellence
Elder George Dial, Austintown
Stephana Liptak, Poland
Shirley Lisk, Niles
Rich Morgan, Boardman
Minister Evelyn J. Wilbon, Youngstown
• Outstanding Senior Advocate
Tiffany F. Hughes, Beaver
Dr. John Aey, Youngstown
Laurie Antunze and Molly, Boardman
Honorable Robert N. Rusu, Youngstown
Steve Seifert, Struthers
Sharon Simmons, Niles
Lisa Slipkovich, Youngstown
James Sutman, Youngstown