Press Release

October 29, 2013

 

State's Attorney Glasgow receives 'Man of the Year' honor from the United Hellenic Voters of America

 

JOLIET – Will County State’s Attorney James Glasgow was extraordinarily honored to have received the Man of the Year Award by the United Hellenic Voters of America at the organization’s 39th Anniversary Dinner Dance.

 

In addition to receiving Man of the Year honors, State’s Attorney Glasgow also said he felt tremendously privileged to be named a lifetime member of the distinguished organization, which serves our thriving Greek-American community throughout the region.

 

“I cannot begin to express how thankful I am to the United Hellenic Voters of America for recognizing the important work the Will County State’s Attorney’s Office performs on behalf of our citizens,” State’s Attorney Glasgow said. “I was pleased to receive this honor on behalf of the attorneys, secretaries, investigators and administrators, whose dedication and commitment to serving and protecting the public is unsurpassed.”

 

Glasgow was joined by Cook County State’s Attorney Anita Alvarez and Lake County State’s Attorney Michael Nerheim during the UHVA dinner dance at Empress Banquets in Addison on Oct. 20.

 

In his letter to UHVA members, National Board Chairman Nick Pappas said the honor was bestowed upon Glasgow and his fellow State’s Attorneys for “their important work and leadership toward ensuring the safety and the enforcement of the law in our communities.”

 

Glasgow credited UHVA with encouraging civic pride within the Greek-American community and with advancing issues that are vital to Greek-American citizens for the past 40 years.



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