The 2018 YMCA of Snohomish County Volunteers of the Year. (Contributed photo)

The 2018 YMCA of Snohomish County Volunteers of the Year. (Contributed photo)

YMCA honors its Volunteers of the Year

The YMCA of Snohomish County honored its outstanding Volunteers of the Year at a special recognition breakfast June 13 at the Everett Golf & Country Club. The honorees represented the best of more than 2,450 committed volunteers who donated a total of 42,112 hours of service in 2017.

Everett Family YMCA: Brad Cattle, Anderson Hunter Law Firm; Kimmy Formon, Lumen Bioscience; Jasmine Wilson-Burks, Everett High School student; Amy Heape.

Marysville Family YMCA: CPA Steven J. Kukull; George Zartuche; Jerahmy Umayam, Roewyn Umayan and Myles Redden, all Marysville Getchell High School students; Kim Kron; Chad Kvangnes.

Mill Creek Family YMCA: Boeing retiree Dave Fisher; Elena Rengli, retired military; Tomoko Bryant and Kaylene Brewer, both of Mill Creek YMCA.

Monroe/Sky Valley Family YMCA: retiree Martha Dankers; Mike Bickley, Boeing; retiree Margo Smith; Jason Acuna, Sky Valley Education School student; Michael Berg, Monroe Digital Copy Center.

Mukilteo Family YMCA: Simon Bai, UniBank; Rafael Martinez and Janna Isaeva, Community Transit; Camille Martin, Oak Heights Elementary School student; Herb Fox.

Stanwood-Camano YMCA: board chair Rose Olson; John Lecoq, Renton firefighter; CJ Cook, Port Susan Middle School student; Ted McCammant, Cascade Natural Gas.

YMCA of Snohomish County Board of Trustees: Andrew Ballard, Marketing Solutions Inc.; Lamanda Barr-Finch, University of Washington student; Sean King, PLC Insurance.

Big Brothers Big Sisters: Clint Diehm and Julie Gill, both of Southern Glazer’s Wine & Spirits; Myke Corley, Matrix Financing & Accounting; Tyrell Burke, Meadowdale Middle School student.

In addition, distinguished service awards were presented to four retiring members of the YMCA of Snohomish County Board of Trustees: Judge Eric Lucas, Snohomish County Superior Court; Dr. Jeff Bissey; Paul Pitre, chancellor of Washington State University’s North Puget Sound campus at Everett; and Don Whitfield, Leavitt Northwest (who will remain as Emeritus board member).

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