Pictured above: Back row, left to right: Posing with the Business of the Year award is Stacey Zerban, administrator; Carmen Fronczak, vice president of strategic initiatives; Gayle Randa, chief human resources officer; Carmen Worley, director of outreach. Front row, left to right: Tim Vosse, chief financial officer; and Terry Walsh, president and chief executive officer of Friendship Village Services and director of the Friendship Village Sunset Hills campus.
The Crestwood-Sunset Hills Area Chamber of Commerce named Friendship Village Sunset Hills the 2018 Business of the Year and presented the award last month. The chamber awards this honor annually to businesses held in high regard within the community, that adhere to high standards, and contribute to the business community and community at large.
“This honor means so much to our company as it recognizes our efforts to be good neighbors in how we operate and in how we contribute to the economic prosperity of south county. Doing the best we can for our residents always leads to doing the best we can for the community. We love what we do,” said Terry Walsh, president and CEO of FV Services and executive director of the Friendship Village Sunset Hills campus.
Representing Friendship Village at this event were: Mike Hambley, Friendship Village Chesterfield executive director; Carmen Worley, community outreach director; and Carmen Fronczak, vice president of strategic initiatives.