Business owners honored at annual meeting of Tecumseh Area Chamber of Commerce


The Tecumseh Chamber of Commerce handed out four awards to members at their annual meeting at the Raisin Valley Golf Club. Held on March 24, the meeting composed of a dinner before certain members were honored before the Chamber.

“These members deserve recognition for what they’ve done for the community,” Vicki Riddle, executive director of the Chamber, said. “These are the individuals who support the Chamber and keep our community thriving.”

The Community Service Award went to Julie LoMonaco, D.C., of LoMonaco Healthcare Family Chiroprac-tic.  LoMonaco is involved in Promenade Tecumseh, as well as the Candlelight Home Tour.

“Julie has put in countless community service hours as a member of Tecumseh Kiwanis,” Riddle said. “She also serves on the executive board for Communities in Schools of the Tecumseh Area. She has given so much time to this community.”

Ambassador of the Year for the Chamber was Wanda Miller of First Federal Bank.

“She helps to plan and run Chamber events. She’s been very dedicated over the past year,” Riddle said. “Wanda always has a positive attitude and comes up with the greatest ideas for the Chamber.”

The winner of the Community Spirit Award was Craig Fulton of F&S Landscaping.

“He’s a local business owner, and has supported Tecumseh with a lot of personal involvement and sponsorships,” Riddle said. “He’s served on city committees and been involved with numerous area organizations, including being very committed to the Tecumseh Fire Department.”

The Spotlight on Business Award went to Suburban Chevrolet of Clinton, with Steven Hutchinson as general sales manager.

“Suburban Chevrolet has not only supported the Chamber over the past year, but countless other organizations as well,” Riddle said. “They do a lot of fundraisers at the dealership, as well as do a lot of work behind the scenes to support all of us.”

The annual meeting was different this year, as the Chamber decided to host a dinner instead of a breakfast. “We tried a different format, and it was a great turnout,” Riddle said. “It was wonderful to gather together with all of our members and honor those who help make this community an awesome place to live.”

The Chamber’s next events include the Pig Jig, a pig roast with beer, dancing, and entertainment on June 25 at the west end of Tecumseh Plaza parking lot, and a golf outing August 8 at Hantz Golf Club.


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