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Posted on: March 25, 2015

[ARCHIVED] Issaquah Hall of Fame: Nominate Outstanding Citizens

Nominate outstanding citizens to the Issaquah Hall of Fame, a top honor for making a lasting contribution to the community.

The City of Issaquah is accepting nominations for its 2015 Issaquah Hall of Fame inductee.

Each spring, the mayor and City Council president select a person to honor for making a difference in the community.

Each nominee's contribution to the community will be evaluated according to the following criteria:

• Inspiration

• Service

• Leadership

• Civic-Mindedness

• Activity in drawing positive attention to the community

• Fund-raising efforts for the public good

• Length of service to the community

Previous Hall of Fame inductees include notable contributors to the Issaquah community:

• 1987 Ernie Neuman / Bob Catterall

• 1988 Harriet Fish

• 1989 Marvin Mohl / Rev. Bob Gray

• 1990 Norm Anderson / H. Manning

• 1991 Ruth Kees

• 1992 John Whitaker

• 1993 Suzanne Suther

• 1994 Tommie Troutman

• 1995 Dorothy Knitter

• 1996 Cheri Meier (Tourangeau)

• 1997 Ted Cook Jr.

• 1998 Ed Squifflet

• 1999 Rod Anderson

• 2000 Karen Ridlon

• 2001 David Harris

• 2002 Rose Finnegan

• 2003 Donny Robertson / Robin Kelley

• 2004 Marty Budzius

• 2005 Linda Ruehle / Leo Finnegan

• 2006 John Williams

• 2007 Greg Spranger

• 2008 Skip Rowley

• 2009 Judd Kirk / Barbara Justice

• 2010 Leon Kos

• 2011 José Angel Enciso

• 2012 Barbara de Michele / Master Sgt. Richard "Top" DeMarco

• 2013 Debbie Berto

• 2014 Ava Frisinger

The award will be presented to the inductee at the Annual Community Awards.

To submit a nomination, email or send the nominee's name and a brief summary of his or her contributions to the community to: Office of the Mayor, P.O. Box 1307, Issaquah, WA 98027-1307.

The nominations must be received by 5 p.m. April 24, 2015. In selecting the 2015 inductee, the mayor and council president will consider all recommendations that are submitted.

For more information, email the Mayor’s Office or call 425-837-3020.

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