Thanks for generous support of awards banquet

On Dec. 8, Snohomish County Football Officials Hall of Fame held its 29th Annual Scholar Athlete Awards Banquet to honor the Outstanding Scholar Athletes of Snohomish County and South Whidbey. We would like to thank the following businesses and individuals for their generous support:

David Duskin, attorney; Don Lindner, Carter Subaru; Mark and Tamara Perry; LSAA GSC Football; Tom Lane, Dwayne Lane Family of Automobiles; Jeff and Betty Schireman; Thomas P. Hoban; Gary Smith, Pilchuck Gardens; Shannon O’Kelley, Integrated Rehabilitation; Joni Isaacson, Tom Thumb Grocery; Michael Dire, D.D.S.; Kevin Erickson; Dr. Clay Wertheimer, Everett Bone & Joint; Klein Honda; Todd Lund, Glass By Lund; Kim Kron, O.D., Marysville Vision Source; Windermere Real Estate, Elliott Wood; Frank and Jeff Foster; The Bleachers, Jeff Darrah; Blue Dot Marketing, Mike DeLong; Everett Sertoma Club, Dave Burgen; Brien Ford, Rocky Peterson; Kossian & Parker Chiropractic Health Center; Association of Falcon Football Alumni, Damion Greene; Twin City Foods, Lee Handy; Screen Printing NW, Don Levine & Jerry Barhanovich; Brent Emory; Mary Ann Rygg Sande Living Trust, Ann Sande; Phil and Scuttle Bannan, Scuttlebutt Brewing Company; Robert and Linda Sund; Engineered Sports Therapy; USA Commercial Mortgage, Matt Bolin; Tom Rosenbach; Todd and Kathy Schram; El Paraiso Corp.; Bob Zamora; Jim Brotten; Jeremy Lovell; Jim Erickson; Robert Moore; Joel Short; Scott Pattison; Bill Brotten; Bill Miele; Joel Taylor; John Ray; Karl Nelson; Mike Shumway; Pat Sievers; Rob Zahn; Steve Jensen; Steve Landro; Van Chriestenson; Carlos Becerra; David Sather; Larry Kiger; Nathan Murphy; Scott Yaniguida; Adam Roberts; Everett Firefighters Association, David Salvadalena; Jerry Koester; Gunther Hausmann and Al Furiak.

A special thanks to guest speaker Garland Bryant and the Lakewood High School Senior Cheer Staff.

Bob Sund
Board Member
Snohomish County Football Officials
Hall of Fame

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