Two Citizens of the Year named by Comox Valley Chamber of Commerce

The Comox Valley has not one but two Citizens of the Year.

The Comox Valley has not one but two Citizens of the Year.

Former Courtenay mayor Ron Webber and Pam Crowe, chair of the Comox Valley Child Development Centre, were announced Saturday as co-recipients.

ABC Printing and Signs was named the Business of the Year in the annual awards ceremony at the Florence Filberg Centre in Courtenay.

Other award recipients announced by the Comox Valley Chamber of Commerce were:

George Muir President’s Merit Award

Edwin Grieve

Small Business of the Year

Ambassador Shuttle Service

New Business of the Year

Daryl Robbins, CGA/Notary Public

Professional Merit Award

Ann Scott, Presley & Partners

Young Entrepreneur Award

Chris Ketch, BodyNetix Professional Fitness Training

Youth Leadership Award

Joey Clarkson

Customer Service Award

Bryan Wiley, ABC Printing & Signs

Agricultural Business of the Year

Coastal Black Estate Winery & Meadery

Environmental Leadership Award

Woodland Flooring

Heritage Recognition Award

Courtenay Elks Lodge

See Wednesday’s Comox Valley Record for full coverage.

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