Tonawanda News

The City

October 3, 2012

11 Women of Distinction honored in 5th annual banquet

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Tonawanda News — Monica Saltarelli’s career passions also lie in teaching and helping the area’s youth. As a campus minister and professor of theology at Niagara University, she is in charge of organizing community service for students facing disciplinary consequences. 

Kelly Stich was next to receive her award at Tuesday’s event. Stich is the president of Tonawanda High School Football Booster Club. and has also served key roles in the school’s basketball and baseball booster clubs.

News Advertising Director John Brundo closed the evening by thanking the women for their service as well as the event’s sponsors, which included Dr. Robert E. Warner, Praxair and DeGraff Memorial Hospital. 

Contact reporter Jessica Bagley at 693-1000, ext. 4150.

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