Monte Cristo Awards honor Everett homes

  • Wednesday, October 20, 2004 9:00pm
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The city of Everett honored 49 home and business owners who have shown extensive pride in their property with the annual Monte Cristo Awards.

Awards are given in three categories: Rejuvenation and Transformation, Pride of the Neighborhood, and Neighborhood Friendly Business. Award recipients receive a plaque for placement on the outside of their home or business.

Everett residents nominated more than 90 properties this year. A committee of residents who serve on the Council of Neighborhoods helped make the final selections. Landscaping, lawn care, and appearance and upkeep of the outside of the home are considered during the selection process.

The Herald will take a look at one of the Rejuvenation award winners in next week’s Home and Garden section.

Here are this year’s recipients and their districts:


Loril Hoff and Jeffery Barlow, 2105 Rockefeller Ave., Bayside

Kathleen and Gary Monson, 2205 Rockefeller Ave., Bayside

Ivy and Gordon Harrington, 3016 51st Place SW, Boulevard Bluffs

Arlene and Matthew Norton, 1505 Virginia Ave., Delta

Sandy and John Blake, 1728 Cedar St., Delta

Judy and Greg Benson, 1522 Rainier Ave., Delta

Mr. and Mrs. Hung Do, 8805 Corbin Drive, Holly

Jean and Gene Lilley, 2150 Seahurst Ave., Harbor view – Seahurst – Glenhaven

Susan and Edmund Cranwell, 1711 12th St., Northwest

Barry Brower, 1015 Grand Ave., Northwest

Lora Tollefson, 1714 Puget Drive, Pinehurst

Barrie L. Burns, 1411 73rd St. SE, Pinehurst

Yvonne Vana, 3127 Tulalip Ave., Port Gardner

Gene and Dawn O’Neil, 702 Laurel Drive, Port Gardner

Debbie and Steve Heindl , 2218 Highland Ave., Riverside

Barbi and Kyle Griffith, 2508 100th St. SE, Silver Lake

Ann and Allen Johnson, 7217 Yew St., Valley View

Carolyn Barker, 5929 Beverly Lane, View Ridge Madison

Jennifer and Joshua Shaw, 1050 Crown Drive, View Ridge Madison

Danielle and Chris Lamb, 8407 18th Ave. W #3-107, Westmont

Pride of Neighborhood

Paula Denney and Bill Fulton, 2519 Grand Ave., Bayside

Elle Ray and Lloyd Weller and Art Weller, 2132 Grand Ave., Bayside

Karen and Tor Vaabene, 3624 Shore Drive, Boulevard Bluffs

Francisca and Amado Aldos, 8823 Ninth Ave. SE, Cascade View

Ryan Berg, 510 92nd St. SE, Cascade View

Anthony Albano,1815 Cedar St. SE, Delta

Joanne and Larry Marshall, 13020 Seventh Ave. SE, Everett Mall South

Justina and Wilfredo Riego, 10321 Drive SE, Everett Mall South

Casey Stimpson and Jack Stahl, 321 N. Cabot St., Evergreen

Rick Adkins, 7002 Carson Road, Evergreen

Jenny and Dale Draper, 4915 Rucker Ave., Glacier View

Raili and Larry Hanson, 4805 W. Glenhaven Drive, Harborview-Seahurst-Glenhaven

Maria and Terry Castle, 10725 Washington Way, Holly

Cindy Moorman, 5207 53rd Ave., Lowell

Melinda and Mario Accetturo, 1025 Wetmore Ave., Northwest

Crissie and Shane Kelly, 1721 Rucker Ave., Northwest

Denise and Richard Wasilowski, 1632 Colby Ave., Northwest

Ethel McClincy, 7702 Rainier Drive, Pinehurst

Donna &Oden Olson, 66707 Berkshire Drive, Pinehurst

Brenda Jensen, 3128 Tulalip Ave., Port Gardner

Tammara Manson, 608 Warren Ave., Port Gardner

Ken and Marilyn Carlson and Frank Budworth, 1926 Highland Ave., Riverside

Leita and Barry Hermanson, 2501 Chestnut St., Riverside

Patti and Gary Ormiston, 4809 College Ave., South Forest Park

David Ludwig, 455 View Ridge Drive, View Ridge Madison

Neighborhood Business

David Lienhard, Lienhard Apartments, 2608 Hoyt Ave.

Joe and Tony Pignataro, Pignataro Volkswagen, 10633 Evergreen Way

Harry Tran, Pho on Broadway, 1820 Broadway Ave.

Randy Mather, Historic Everett Theatre, 2911 Colby Ave.,

Emory Cole, Emory’s at Silver Lake, 11830 19th Ave. W.

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