2007 Volunteer Awards

Volunteer of the Year - Joe Cesario

Joe Cesario The Volunteer of the Year for 2007 is Joe Cesario.

Joe has worked as a volunteer at the Arlington Heights Memorial Library since 2000. He works principally at the Senior Center where he teaches classes in the Computer Room and assists patrons in the Reading Room. He also assists with the Spotlight Classes which are held at the library. 

We honor Joe and 37 other volunteers who achieved service milestones in 2007.

Service Milestone Awards

500 Hours
Jack Carbery
Julia Denne
Frank Kaiser
Mary Ellen Phillips
Judith Royal
 
1,000 Hours
Ted Balcom
Everett Huff (deceased)
Sandy Kaempen
Claudia Klassy
In Bok Lee
Sheila Lotharius
RoseOsebold
Elaine Sharp
Mary Anne Vestal
Cindy Viti
Don Wright
 
1,500 Hours
Carol Friedman
Eleanor Westfall
 
2,000 Hours
Bill Beach
Joe Cesario
Claire Cowern
John Ivory
Jack Muldoon
Mary O’Brien
2,500 Hours
Dave Gran
Jan Steingraber
Julie Wright
 
3,000 Hours
Linda Cesario
Carol Egan
Effie Gish
Joan Huff
Carol Rademacher
 
3,500 Hours
Linda Cesario
Helen Dawley
 
4,000 Hours
Barb Holloway
 
5,500 Hours
Jeanne Sauter
 
7,000 Hours
Pat Dennehey
 
8,500 Hours
Fran Boyd
 
11,000 Hours
Margaret Gray
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04/27/2011
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