Pitt Meadows celebrates 100 citizens

One hundred Pitt Meadows citizens will be honoured at special ceremony on Friday June 6 in Pitt Meadows.

A special ceremony celebrating the Citizens of the Century will take place Friday, June 6 in Pitt Meadows.

One hundred citizens were selected by a sub-committee of the city’s centennial planning committee after public nominations were sought.

Each person or family member of the individual will receive a medallion and certificate.

The list not only honours historic and current figures who have shaped the City of Pitt Meadows, but also honours its future leaders.

If you are a recipient or a family member of a recipient, please contact the City of Pitt Meadows at 604-465-5454 to reserve your spot at the reception.

1    Hazel Anderson

2    Oscar Arne Austring

3    John K.    Austring

4    Teja Banns

5    Thakar Banns

6    John Blaney

7    Jan Blom

8    Dr. Ken    Burns

9    Sandra Caddo

10    Frank Caws

11    Marge Cook

12    Ben Crow

13    Henry Doerksen

14    Isobel Forgues

15    Wilma Fraser Robinson

16    James Harcus

17    Pat Hardy

18    Rich Harmston

19    Jack Hodgson

20    Frida Howe

21    David (Davey) Jones

22    Thelma & Ken Joyner

23    Eileen Karyula

24    Dick Koopman

25    Walter Laseur

26    Arvo Lige

27    Daniel Little

28    Edith McDermott

29    W. R. McMyn

30    George    Meeker

31    William Halbert    Menzies

32    William    Mitchell

33    Gwen O’Connell

34    John Ouwehand

35    William    Park

36    Gordon    Park

37    Kelly Paton

38    Jack Prevost

39    Juanita Savage

40    Louise Severinski

41    Daniel Sharpe

42    William Sr. Struthers

43    Robert Struthers

44    Harold Sutton

45    Sieb Swierstra

46    Elmer Tippe

47    Jeanette Vanderklok

48    Tim Vanderklok

49    Aisha Wewala

50    Pat Williamson

51    Gerri Willms

52    Pitt Meadows Women’s Institute

53    Katzie First Nations

54    Pitt Meadows Heritage and Museum Society

55    Pitt Meadows Lions Club

56    Pitt Meadows Rotary Club

57    Pitt Meadows Ratepayers and Tenants Association

58    Pitt Meadows Day Society

59    Pitt Meadows Community Foundation

60    Pitt Meadows Community Association

61    Pitt Meadows Japanese Farmer’s Association

62    Pitt Meadows Volunteer Fire Department

63    4H Pitt Meadows

CITIZENS OF THE YEAR (listed by year)

64    Joe Antalek

65    Dorothy Biggs

66    Karen Aucelluzzo

67    Tom Hardy

68    Harold Felhauer

69    Grant (Red) Brown

70    Anne Zalubniak

71    Cathy Foster

72    Hans Hoffmann

73    Carole Kubb

74    Joe Bachmann

75    Crystal Boser

76    Dan Kosicki

77    Tracey Mills

78    Kelly Stanoffsky

79    Deb Walters

80    Christopher Young

81    Sandy Richardson

82    Annette Code

83    Len Walters

84    Laurie Darcus

85    Shirley Murphy

86    Dolores    Lutner

87    Sandy Wakeling

LYNN PAPP AWARD (Listed by year)

88    Paul Sweryda

89    Lynn Toews

90    Scott Walters

91    Mijay Pavon

92    Cayley Walters

93    Gordon    Hall

94    Francis     Pierre

95    Kristie Ward

96    Beckie Dyer

97    Polina Eroujenets

98    Nickki McLaren

99    Jessica Howett

100    Christine Thompson

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