February & March 2013
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Special Proclamation Honors Kenneth W. Fallows

Past chair of TMACOG and long-time chair of the Environmental Council Kenneth W. Fallows, was honored with a special proclamation at the 2013 TMACOG General Assembly held January 29.

TMACOG President Anthony Reams said, “All TMACOG members are volunteers who give of their time to our mission. But Ken Fallows demonstrates that one committed volunteer can provide value to the entire TMACOG membership through application of experience, diligence, and steadiness of purpose.” Current TMACOG Chair Carol Contrada added, “Ken Fallows is the best example we could have of what it means to think globally, act locally. He represents the real work of TMACOG – the tireless dedication of an individual who believes not only in hard work, but in rolling up his sleeves and getting the job done.”

President Reams read a proclamation at the General Assembly recognizing Mr. Fallows for his public service as an educator, an elected official, and a TMACOG leader. Mr. Fallows taught for 35 years at Anthony Wayne High School where he was head of the English Department and the department of Modern Languages. He was the five-term Mayor of Haskins where he also served as the Ohio representative to the Local Government Advisory Committee of the U.S. EPA. He’s had a life-time commitment to environmental issues and has been the chair of TMACOG’s Environmental Council for more than 10 years. He is a past Chair of TMACOG. In addition to his work with TMACOG, he is a member of several other environmental organizations and governing boards. “We value Ken’s expertise, commitment, and skills,” said President Reams. “And we look forward to a continued relationship that serves the entire region.”


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