Mattawan businesses honored

Paul Garrod •
The Mattawan Business Association honored several local businesses and individuals during its annual Fall Appreciation Dinner. Receiving the awards were, from left: Front row - Dr. Robin Buchler, Bridgette Berchiatti, Heather Osborn, Brent Tortorelli, and Gayle Penning; in the back row, from left, State Rep. Beth Griffin, MBA President Angie Eubank, Don Filcek, Brad Berchiatti, Kathy Diderikson, Janene Rawlinson, Bud Penning, and Teri Standiford.	Courier-Leader photo/Paul Garrod

   MATTAWAN - The Mattawan Business Association recognized several Mattawan area businesses and individuals during its annual Fall Appreciation Dinner held Nov. 8, at the Antwerp Community Center.
   State Rep. Beth Griffin presented Special Tributes, signed by Griffin, State Sen. Tonya Schuitmaker, U.S. Congressman Fred Upton, Lt. Governor Brian Calley  and Gov. Rick Snyder, to each honoree.
   Dr. Robin Buchler, Mattawan Consolidated School Superintendent, received the 2018 Community Service Award.
   Berchiatti Homes and owners Brad and Bridget Berchiatti were honored with the 2018 Customer Service Excellence Award.
    Home Sweet Michigan owner Heather Osborn received the 2018 Mattawan Business of the Year Award.
   Glossy Image Detailing, owned and operated by Brent Tortorelli, was honored as the 2018 New Business of the Year.
   Penning Landscape Maintenance owners Bud and Gayle Penning received the 2018 Community Supporter Award.
   ReCASTChurch was named the 2018 Religious  Organization of the Year.
   Kathy Dideriksen, manager of Anytime Fitness, was honored  with the 2018 Community Involvement Award.
   Shades of Lavender Farm, established by Janene and Scott Rawlinson, received the 2018 Unity and Community Award.
   Teri Standiford, market manager for the Mattawan Market, was named the 2018 Outstanding Citizen.


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