BBB TORCH Awards Honors Companies, Charities, Students

BBB TORCH Award winners include, from left, back row: Jim Rable of United Services Disaster Restoration; David Sabada of A-Mrazek Moving Systems; Kurt Miller of Wall 2 Wall Cleaning Systems; Eric Kirberg of Kirberg Roofing; Tim Branham of Branham Electric, Steve Finkelstein of Experience on Demand; Frank Danzo of Experience on Demand; Richard Huntingdon of Girl Scouts of Southern Illinois. Front row, from left: Caroline Zupan, Student of Ethics Winner; Amber Miller of Wall 2 Wall Cleaning; Taylor Mateyka, Student of Ethics winner; Jason Courtney of Helitech Waterproofing and Foundation Repair; Barbara Mungenast, Mungenast Automotive Family; Michelle Corey, St. Louis BBB president and CEO; Cindy Clark, Emmaus Homes; emcee Chris Nagus, News 4 investigative reporter.

BBB TORCH Award winners include, from left, back row: Jim Rable of United Services Disaster Restoration; David Sabada of A-Mrazek Moving Systems; Kurt Miller of Wall 2 Wall Cleaning Services; Eric Kirberg of Kirberg Company; Tim Branham of Branham Electric, Steve Finkelstein of Experience on Demand; Frank Danzo of Experience on Demand; Richard Huntington of Girl Scouts of Southern Illinois. Front row, from left: Caroline Zupan, Student of Ethics Winner; Amber Miller of Wall 2 Wall Cleaning; Taylor Mateyka, Student of Ethics winner; Jason Courtney of Helitech Waterproofing and Foundation Repair; Barbara Mungenast, Mungenast Automotive Family; Michelle Corey, St. Louis BBB president and CEO; Cindy Clark, Emmaus Homes; emcee Chris Nagus, News 4 investigative reporter.

BBB St. Louis 2016 TORCH Awards drew a crowd of more than 400 to the Khorassan Room of the Chase Park Plaza’s Khorassan Room on Thursday, Oct. 27, to honor companies, charities and students with exceptional ethics and service to their customers, communities, employees and other stakeholders.

Dennis Lower, president and CEO of Cortex Innovation Community, gave an overview of the community’s mission and plans to expand beyond its initial 200 acres. Cortex has more than 250 companies employing approximately 4,000 people.

Winners were:

BBB also honored two students, Taylor Mateyka of Edwardsville High School, and Caroline Zupan of St. Joseph’s Academy, as Student of Ethics award winners. Each will receive $2,500 toward college or trade school expenses.

Sponsors of the event include: Charter Spectrum, Monsanto, John Beal, Drury Hotels, A-Mrazek Moving systems, Builders Bloc Services LLC, Graybar and Renewal by Andersen.

Please enjoy the picture gallery from the event:

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