Pikesville Chamber of Commerce Honors Businesses, Community Members

Nick Mangione of Doubletree by Hilton honored as person of the year, and First Watch was honored as business of the year.

The Pikesville Chamber of Commerce on Wednesday honored people who have made significant contributions to the community.

Business Recognition Awards were were given during the chamber's annual awards breakfast to the following, according to a news release from the chamber:

  • Nick Mangione, Jr. of DoubleTree by Hilton—Person of the Year
  • First Watch—Business of the Year
  • Klein Enterprises in the Commerce Center—Fedder Award of Excellence in Architectural Design
  • Mark Pressman of North Oaks Retirement Community—Robert Horn Memorial Volunteer Award
  • Eugene Allen, Jr., Twin Ridge Apartments—Employee of the Year
  • Community Recognition Awards went to the following, the release states:
  • Officer Keith Ketterman—Police Officer of the Year
  • Rabbi Norman Lowenthal—Outstanding Service to the Baltimore County Police Department
  • Trooper 1st Class John C. Cumberland—State Trooper of the Year
  • Lt. L. Allen Roody—Career Firefighter of the Year
  • Lt. Lee Sachs, Volunteer Firefighter of the Year
  • Old Court Middle School's Males In Action—School Program of the Year
  • Jodi Cohen and Kelly Jones, Fort Garrison Elementary School; and Gregory Hrinda, Pikesville High School—Excellence in Outstanding Education

The $500 Eileen Marks Memorial Scholarship was awarded to Ben Snyder, a senior at Pikesville High School, for his essay on how he will give back to his community in the future.

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