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Russel Glaeske Named 2018 Friend of Public Health

 

March 21, 2018 | View PDF



Sidney’s Russell Glaeske has been named as the recipient of the 2018 Friend of Public Health Award, for his long-time contributions to child safety as a Certified Car Seat Technician.

For the past 6 years, the Richland County Health Department has awarded a member or members of the community for extraordinary support of public health initiatives. Glaeske joins the Richland County Commissioners, Sidney Middle School Principal Kelly Johnson, the family of Janae Moore, and Door Bust’n Portable and Septic as a recipient of the award. Recipients are nominated by Department staff, community partners, or community members, and selected to receive the award by Health Department staff. Winners receive an imprinted professional binder, and their name engraved on the Friend of Public Health Award plaque, kept on the wall of the waiting room at the Health Department.

Russell has been a Certified Car Seat Technician for more than 20 years.  He has rarely missed a car seat installation and education event in all those years, and never missed a chance to re-certify and learn about new child restrain technology. The award is a well-earned thank you to Russell and his wife, Karen, who often accompanied him to assist where needed. Russell was nominated by Heidi Moran, Car Seat Program Coordinator at the Health Department.

Please join the Health Department in celebrating the contributions of Russell Glaeske to child safety in Richland County with an award ceremony following a presentation by Don Smies, on Thursday, April 5th beginning at noon. Light refreshments will be provided. The presentation will take place in Conference Room 202 of the Community Services Building in Sidney.

 

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