Glenville Volunteer Fire Co to Honor Terry Betteridge with Dave Theis Award for Community Service

Mike Hoha, District Chief, Glenville Volunteer Fire Company; Terry Betteridge, Owner and CEO, Betteridge Jewelers; Sandy Kornberg, President, Glenville Volunteer Fire Company. Contributed

Mike Hoha, District Chief, Glenville Volunteer Fire Company; Terry Betteridge, Owner and CEO, Betteridge Jewelers; Sandy Kornberg, President, Glenville Volunteer Fire Company. Contributed

The Glenville Volunteer Fire Company is set to honor Terry Betteridge, owner and chief executive officer, Betteridge fine Jewelers, with the second annual David N. Theis Award for outstanding service to the community on Thursday, Oct. 27, 2016. The event will be held at Tamarack Country Club, 55 Locust Road in Greenwich.

This award is presented to a deserving individual from Greenwich who selflessly and compassionately serves our residents, organizations and institutions in an admirable and tireless manner.

Honorary co-chairs include Kerrin Coyle, Susan Bevan and Tony Daddino, Hon. Richard & Cynthia Blumenthal, Hon. Livvy & Doug Floren, Hon. Scott & Icy Frantz, Hon. James & Mary Himes, Natalie Pray, Deborah & Chuck Royce and Hon. Peter & Jill Tesei.

Reservation and sponsorship information can be made online at the Glenville Volunteer Fire Company website.

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