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Local Seniors Receive State's Service Award

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"I am pleased to see so many seniors across our state being recognized for their volunteerism," said Lieutenant Governor Parson. "This year, we had a record number of winners for this award. These seniors make such a positive impact on their communities and Missouri," Parson said.

Parson has announced the winners for the Lieutenant Governor's Senior Service Award which promotes and highlights the positive accomplishments Missouri's senior citizens provide to their local communities. There were 90 winners chosen this year our of 152 nominees. They represent 77 counties across Missouri, including locally.

The winners will be recognized at the Missouri State Capitol on Monday, May 7th at 1:00 p.m.

Adams,

Norman

Canton

Akers,

Edd

Branson

Alps,

Shirley

Pineville

Arnold,

Patricia

Nevada

Baker,

Robert

St. Louis

Bassett,

Bill

Lake Ozark

Beeler,

Janet

Lampe

Bourland,

Charles

Osceola

Boyer,

Charles

Desloge

Brake,

Antoinette

Bowling Green

Brandt,

Carmen

Fulton

Bumpus,

Jerry

Rolla

Burger,

Morris

California

Chrow,

Peggy

Kirksville

Cole ,    

Amber

St. Louis

Cook,

John

Wappapello

Crockett,

Larry

Weston

Crutcher,

Earl

Moberly

Dannar,

Patty

Cameron

Davis,

Nadean

Cassville

Davis,

Sid

Diamond

Day,  

Marie  

Chadwick

Eck,

Sharon

Fredericktown

Freeman,

John

De Soto

Gatewood,

Barbara

Doniphan

Geohagen,

James   

Kennett

Gower,

Melissa

Warrensburg

Hagedorn,

Ruth

Washington

Hancock,

Gene

West Plains

Haynes,

Karen

Springfield

Hedrick,

Lynne

El Dorado Springs

Heldenbrand,

Raymond

Winston

Herndon,

Johnnie

Marceline

Hinnen,

Lawrence

Chula

Holland,

John

Popular Bluff

Hollaway,

Lonnie & Joyce

Warrenton

Huff,

James "Roger"

Marble Hill

King,

Richard

Joplin

Kinkead,

Joseph

Warsaw

Klink,

Ralph

St. Louis

Koenigsfeld,

Carolyn

Linn

Kozlowski,

Lin

Deepwater

Laffoon,

Helen

Houston

Leverett,

Gloria

Middletown

Lewis,

Monique

Raymore

Loney,

Susan

Florissant

Loomis,

Chuck

Kansas City

Martin,

Roger

St. Joseph

McBee,

Cynthia

Hamilton

McBee,

Mark (Rev.)

Hamilton

McDaniel,

Larry

Columbia

Miller,

Larry

Cape Girardeau

Morris,

Wayne & Kay

Louisburg

Mossman,

Kate

St. Charles

Naught,

Sharon

Jefferson City

Newton,

Cindy

Boonville

Niebruegge,

Robert "Bob"

Owensville

Parrish,

Hazel

Camdenton

Pearson,

Billy

Wheatland

Pecaut,

Sergia

Perryville

Pennington,

Earl

Poplar Bluff

Poister,

Nadine

Butler

Polley,

Larry

Cainsville

Porter,

Gary

St. Robert

Powell,

Marilyn

New London

Ratkin,

Marilyn

St. Louis

Reid,

Mildred

Lebanon

Scales-Reed,

Gwendolyn

Florissant

Sedge,

Kenneth &

Armetta

Greenfield

Smith,

Delores

St. Louis

Sokol,

Rose-Lynn

St. Louis

Sparks,

Maura

Pierce City

Stelmach,

Carol   

Sunset Hills

Stillings,

Norma  

Ava

Susi,

John   

St. Louis

Taylor,

Joyce

Fayette

Thompson,

Rawland

Ellsinore

Tidwell,

Ralph

St. Louis

Tomlinson,

David

Camdenton

Warren,

Jake

Dixon

West,

Fred

Mexico

Westfall,

Robert

Maryville

White,

Bernice

Norborne

Wilham,

Kathleen

Shelbina

Wilkinson,

Gary

Liberty

Williams,

Calvin

Poplar Bluff

Woods,

Mike

Troy

Yatzeck,

Lois

St. Louis

Zanatta,

Leonard & Linda

Bolivar

Zinn,

Diane

Sedalia

 

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