Everyday Heroes of the Tri-States

Dupaco, The American Red Cross of the Tri-States, KWWL and Radio Dubuque stations (1370 KDTH, 92.9 KAT-FM, 101.1 The River and 97.3 The Rock) are proud to announce the 12th annual Everyday Heroes of the Tri-States recognition program.

Congratulations to the following individuals, selected to be honored as Everyday Heroes for 2015:
Nancy Adams: Volunteer Community Impact
Angie Auel: Volunteer Community Impact
Ellen Bigelow: Volunteer Community Impact
Connie Erner: Volunteer Community Impact
Mike Gomoll: Health Care
Ron Hillers: Good Samaritan (Adult)
Olivia Jones: Good Samaritan (Youth)
Larry Koos: Workplace Safety
Cory Simonson: Good Samaritan (Adult)
Matt Tranel: Fire & Rescue
David Unsen: Good Samaritan (Adult)
Denice Vandersee: Good Samaritan (Adult)
Clare Vosberg: Good Samaritan (Youth)
Erica Weitz: Fire & Rescue

Make plans to attend the honorary breakfast, Tuesday, March 17
During the Everyday Heroes of the Tri-States breakfast, local heroes will be honored for going above and beyond. Tickets to the breakfast are $15 and may be purchased online or by contacting the American Red Cross of the Tri-States office at (563) 564-4564.

What Qualifies Someone as an Everyday Hero?
Everyday Heroes are nominated by their peers to be recognized for going above and beyond in service to others. An Everyday Hero is someone who has made a difference in any of the following categories: Animal Rescue, Education, Fire & Rescue, Good Samaritan (youth), Good Samaritan (adult), Health Care, Law Enforcement, Military, Professional Responder, Volunteer Community Impact, or Workplace Safety. Nominees must live or work in the area served by the Tri-States Chapter of the American Red Cross. An independent selection committee reviews each nomination and determines the honorees each year. Nominations for the 2016 program will be accepted beginning April 1, 2015.


American Red Cross of the Tri-States chapter
The American Red Cross provides relief to victims of disasters at home and abroad, collects and distributes nearly half of the nation's blood supply, teaches lifesaving skills, and supports military members and their families. The American Red Cross, a charity and not a government agency, depends on voluntary contributions of time, money and blood to perform its humanitarian mission.


The American Red Cross of the Tri-States Chapter is a United Way Agency.