United Way of Salt Lake Announces Service Award Honorees

March 19, 2014
Author: Deseret News

SALT LAKE CITY — United Way of Salt Lake has announced its Celebration of Service award honorees for 2014. United Way will honor Voices for Utah Children as its Promise Partner; Craig Wagstaff, executive vice president and COO of Questar Gas Co. as Outstanding Volunteer; Workers Compensation Fund as Corporate Partner; Rep. Greg Hughes, R-Draper, will be honored with the President’s Award for Excellence; and Michael Weinholtz of the Weinholtz Family Foundation has been named Compassionate Leader of the Year.

“These compassionate individuals and organizations are our community’s visionaries and true leaders,” said Deborah Bayle, president and CEO of United Way of Salt Lake. “Their expertise and unwavering commitment to United Way’s mission have been critical in helping us make enormous advances toward changing the odds for Utah children and families. It’s an honor and privilege to have their continued support.”

Each honoree has partnered with United Way of Salt Lake for projects, events or legislation that promote United Way’s mission to ensure that all children and families have a chance to succeed in school and life, the United Way said.

United Way of Salt Lake will honor the organizations and individuals at the 15th annual Celebration of Service luncheon on May 21. For event and RSVP information please visit uw.org/celebration.


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