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Yenrick children feel a commitment to community service
Written by Press Staff Writer   
Wednesday, 30 December 2009 13:00

The entire Yenrick family was honored at the Glass Key Awards ceremony

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Tuesday, held at Inverness Country Club. That includes parents Robert E. and Jane Palmer Yenrick and their five children.

Timothy Yenrick, director of the Greater Toledo Chapter of the American Red Cross, writes in his biography, “When you are the fourth child in a family of five being raised by Bob and Jane Yenrick, family and community service is not something you think about, it is something you just do.

“Growing up on Forsythe Street in East Toledo holds many fond memories. My grandmother, Cornelia Harpster Palmer, lovingly called ‘Gram,’ and my siblings were a great influence on me. At age 103, Gram’s advice was to ‘do something constructive every day.’ I have tried to follow her advice,” Tim continues.

Deb Yenrick is the oldest of the five siblings. She attended Mary Manse College with a bachelor’s degree in Psychology; the University of Toledo with a master’s in Special Education, and completed 34 hours in a doctorate program for administration.

 
Yenrick family honored at Glass Key Ceremony
Written by Press Staff Writer   
Wednesday, 30 December 2009 12:55

East Toledo’s Yenrick family was honored Tuesday night during the first annual

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Toledo Glass Key Awards ceremony at Inverness Country Club.

Mayor Carty Finkbeiner and co-hosts honored deserving Toledoans for their lifetime of service to Toledo. Included among them were humanitarians, educators and civic leaders who, over the past 25 years, have committed themselves to making Toledo a better place to live.

A press releases states that a major factor considered when selecting the nominees was their continuing commitment to the region over a period of time.

“Many individuals participate periodically in various events benefiting our community, but few continue this contribution year in and year out. The award winners of this prestigious Glass Key truly demonstrate a lifelong commitment to Toledo and Northwest Ohio. These dedicated individuals have selflessly given of their time, knowledge, and resources.  They have touched the lives of countless people in this community,” the release states.

 
Seferian hones in on candidate for administrator
Written by Kelly Kaczala   
Wednesday, 30 December 2009 10:42

Oregon received 51 applications for the position of administrator by the Dec. 15 deadline, most of which came from outside the area.

Mayor Mike Seferian said at a Dec. 21 council meeting that he is currently considering a couple of candidates for the post.

“I’ve been in touch with a couple of people very interested in the job,” Seferian said at the meeting. “If one of them confirm, we could come to some sort of agreement. I may know as soon as Dec. 28. I would be looking forward to letting council become aware of that. If that works out, we might be able to appoint someone early January.”

Seferian told The Press on Dec. 29 that he is now focusing on one individual who stands out from the rest, though he wouldn’t disclose his identity.

The candidate, he said, has extensive experience in government in northwest Ohio and is currently mulling over several job offers from other employers.

 
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