Cham­ber presents ser­vice awards


The Payson & San­taquin Area Cham­ber of Com­merce cel­e­brated a year of ser­vice in the com­mu­nity at its 2017 In­stal­la­tion & Com­mu­nity Awards Ban­quet. The cham­ber is proud to work with so many great busi­nesses and or­ga­ni­za­tions that are ded­i­cated to giv­ing back to the com­mu­nity.

Nebo Com­fort Sys­tems was hon­ored as the cham­ber’s Busi­ness of the Year for 2016. Own­ers Robert and Lorene Moore were rec­og­nized for the many ways they give to the com­mu­nity.

“We’re grate­ful to this com­mu­nity for all it has given us,” said Robert Moore. “Our busi­ness is keep­ing peo­ple’s homes and busi­nesses com­fort­able; by giv­ing back we hope we can make peo­ple’s lives more com­fort­able.”

Josh Walker of Walker Pro­duc­tions was hon­ored at the cham­ber’s Home-Based Busi­ness of the Year.

Rory Adams Farm­ers In­sur­ance re­ceived the Com­mu­nity In­volve­ment Award. Adams has been a part of the Chris Baird of Serve Daily was hon­ored the Payson & San­taquin Area Cham­ber of cham­ber for sev­eral years, re­cently com­plet­ing with the cham­ber’s Com­mu­nity Ser­vice Com­merce hon­ored their Cit­i­zens of the his term as pres­i­dent. Award for his ded­i­ca­tion to serv­ing Year for 2016 at the event. Mayor Rick

Payson Rx Ex­press re­ceived the Cus­tomer the com­mu­ni­ties of south­ern Utah County. Moore of Payson hon­ored Dale Bar­nett, Ser­vice Ex­cel­lence Award from the Whether it’s back­pack drives for Tabitha’s pres­i­dent of the Pe­teet­neet Cul­tural Arts cham­ber mem­bers for al­ways go­ing the Way or help­ing with the Ki­wa­nis Onion Cen­ter Board of Trustees. Mayor Kirk ex­tra mile in their ef­forts to help their cus­tomers Days Car Show, his Bub­bles pro­gram to Hun­saker of San­taquin hon­ored re­tir­ing nav­i­gate the con­fus­ing waters of raise money for food pantries or his Ran­dom Se­nior Cit­i­zens Di­rec­tor Marie Dur­ney. their health­care cov­er­age. Acts of Kind­ness cards, Chris Baird Mayor Ty El­lis of Elk Ridge hon­ored

“They are al­ways look­ing out for me,” lives his life by his com­pany’s name by EMS Cap­tain Heather Ab­bott. City Coun­cil said cus­tomer Diane Se­bring. “When my serv­ing daily. Mem­ber Stan Judd of Genola hon­ored in­sulin went up al­most 300 per­cent in one C.S. Lewis Academy was cho­sen as re­tir­ing Fire Chief Greg Smith. year, Payson Rx helped me find an al­ter­na­tive. the cham­ber’s Part­ner in Ed­u­ca­tion and The cham­ber fo­cus on busi­nesses giv­ing Then they jug­gled calls be­tween Amer­ica First Credit Union was hon­ored back to the com­mu­nity was high­lighted my doc­tor and in­sur­ance to make it all with the Pres­i­dent’s Choice Award. in sev­eral awards given by or­ga­ni­za­tions work for me.” May­ors from all of the cities served by and busi­nesses like the Ki­wa­nis Club, Lions Club, United Way and more, giv­ing awards to cit­i­zens who have ded­i­cated them­selves to serv­ing their com­mu­ni­ties.

To see a full list of the even­ing’s win­ners, visit the cham­ber’s web­site at payson­san­

The may­ors of Payson, San­taquin and Elk Ridge also as­sisted in swear­ing in the cham­ber’s 2017 board of di­rec­tors and ex­ec­u­tive of­fi­cers who are all look­ing for­ward to serv­ing the busi­nesses and cit­i­zens of our com­mu­nity.

Board mem­bers and ex­ec­u­tive of­fi­cers of the Payson & San­taquin Area Cham­ber of Com­merce were sworn into of­fice dur­ing the cham­ber’s 2017 In­stal­la­tion & Com­mu­nity Awards Ban­quet.

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