2021 Distinguished Community Service Award
The PCBA Distinguished Community Service Award was established in 1995 when the following resolution was unanimously passed by the Board of Directors of the Association:
WHEREAS, members of the Peoria County Bar Association have a long history of community activism in volunteer projects to improve the quality of life in the Peoria area;
WHEREAS, the Peoria County Bar Association continues to encourage community involvement by its members;
WHEREAS, those individuals among our membership who have exhibited long commitment to community service as a volunteer deserve to be recognized and honored;
BE IT THEREFORE RESOLVED that the Board of Directors of the Peoria County Bar Association hereby establish the DISTINGUISHED COMMUNITY SERVICE AWARD recognizing each year one of our members whose record of longtime community volunteerism is exemplary and brings honor to both the Peoria area and this Association.
Past recipients are:
William Rutherford, Rex Linder, Timothy Bertschy, David Mueller, Timothy Cassidy, Justice Mary McDade, Donald Jackson, Karl Kuppler, Craig Young, William Connor, Karen Stumpe, Judge Michael Mihm, Matthew Jones, Magistrate Judge John Gorman, Jeffrey Krumpe, Beth Jensen, Judge Frank Ierulli, Jim Rochford, Kenneth Snodgrass, Jr. Gerald W. Brady, Jr. and Leonard W. Sachs
Distinguished Community Service Award Nomination Form
Nominations must be submitted no later than January 6, 2021. You can submit them online by clicking the button below, or by downloading the forms by clicking here and submitting them to the PCBA office.