Hunsaker recognized as Total Citizen by chamber

State Representative and recently-retired USU administrator Fred Hunsaker will be honored as “Total Citizen of the Year” when the Cache Chamber of Commerce holds its annual awards banquet on Friday, January 29th.It’s the highest honor given at the chamber’s awards banquet which will be held at the new Riverwoods Conference Center. Chamber President and CEO Sandy Emile says everyone is invited to attend, not just members.On KVNU’s Crosstalk show Wednesday, Emile said for years Hunsaker has had a focus on the community and its economic development. “He’s always here for us. It doesn’t matter if the event is large, if it’s small, if you’re somebody that’s up the ladder or if you’re somebody that’s, what I would say, somebody that is more of a common individual, if there is such an entity. He is there for you. He is at your event. He’s listening to your issues and he really takes it to heart.”Other awards to be presented include ‘Family Owned Business of the Year’ to Kurt, Bryon and Marty Smith of Edwards Furniture; ‘Technology Business of the Year’ to Chris Ball of Cache Telecom Voice and Data; ‘Exporter of the Year’ to Tom Carlin of Inovar; ‘Small Business Champion of the Year’ to Cindy Roberts of the Cache Business Resource Center; ‘USU Community Advocate of the Year’ to Patty Halaufia of the USU Alumni Office; and, a ‘Special Recognition’ to Tom Jensen for his work on “Envision Cache Valley.”USU President Stan Albrecht will be the keynote speaker. For more information call 752-2161.

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