Everyday Heroes of the Tri-States
Dupaco, The American Red Cross of the Tri-States, KWWL and Radio Dubuque stations (1370 KDTH, 92.9 KAT-FM, 101.1 The River and 97.3 The Rock) are proud to support the 11th annual Everyday Heroes of the Tri-States recognition program.
Everyday Heroes are recognized for acts of heroism and are nominated by their peers, co-workers, family members or anyone who was touched by their selflessness. Nominations were accepted through January 24, 2014.
Honorees are selected by an independent selection committee, with no affiliation to the Red Cross or its sponsors.
The selection committee announces the following award winners to be recognized as this year's Everyday Heroes of the Tri-States:
|Sue Balsamo Volunteer Community Impact
Catherine Basten Volunteer Community Impact
Billy Brotzman Workplace Safety
Sarah Browns Health Care
Karen Fox Good Samaritan (18 yrs+)
Janelle Garriott Workplace Safety
Cesar Gonzales Workplace Safety
Gary Gooder Volunteer Community Impact
Sarah McDonald Hasken Good Samaritan (18 yrs+)
Miranda Heiar Volunteer Community Impact
Erica Johnson Good Samaritan (18 yrs+)
||Scott Knapp Good Samaritan (18 yrs+)
Stephanie Lange Health Care
Duane Lanning Workplace Safety
Doug McKinney Good Samaritan (18 yrs+)
Mike McMahon Professional Responder
Marge Meyer Volunteer Community Impact
Gary Norby Education
Paul Pettinger Good Samaritan (18 yrs+)
Logan Schmerbach Good Samaritan (18 yrs+)
Robert Westemeyer Fire & Rescue
The American Red Cross of the Tri-States, along with event sponsors will recognize winners of the 11th Annual Everyday Heroes of the Tri-States at a breakfast on Tuesday, March 18, from 7:30-9 a.m. at the Best Western Plus, 3100 Dodge Street, Dubuque. The public is invited. Cost to attend is $15 per person and includes a hearty buffet breakfast. Reserve your space online or by calling the Red Cross office at (563) 564-4567.
For more information, please contact the Red Cross at (563) 564-4564.
The American Red Cross provides relief to victims of disasters at home and abroad, collects and distributes nearly half of the nation's blood supply, teaches lifesaving skills, and supports military members and their families. The American Red Cross, a charity and not a government agency, depends on voluntary contributions of time, money and blood to perform its humanitarian mission.
The American Red Cross of the Tri-States Chapter is a United Way Agency.