Nick & Ernie Luise Received 2013 Flynn Award
someone for the 2014 award here.
The deadline for
nominations to be considered for the 2014 award is Friday, February 21,
A native of Derby, he was an Ansonia resident most of his life and a long time Sentinel employee. He had an abiding interest in the Valley community and served it in myriad ways. At the time of his death he was first vice-president of the Valley United Fund; president of Catholic Family Services; president of the Ansonia Board of Assessors; director of the Ansonia Public Library and director of the Lower Naugatuck Valley Chapter, American Red Cross.
Following his death in 1969, this award was established because of his life long dedicated service to the entire Valley. The award was presented for the first time in 1971 to Alice Russ Cochran of Shelton. Forty individuals have been named to this list of distinguished Valley citizens. It is restricted to living persons whose service has been to the Valley community. That service must encompass more than one town and more than one organization. The award is for a single individual.
Valley United Way can be reached by E-Mail at firstname.lastname@example.org