West Valley’s hometown heroes hang around town
WEST VALLEY –– The CH2M Hill B&W company of West Valley supported the Hometown Hero Project of West Valley, as per a request from the West Valley Chamber of Commerce.
The company honored employees Brad Frank and Dan Coyne, who both served in the military.
“As with all hometown projects, it takes the support of members in the community to bring an idea to reality,” a representative for CH2M Hill B&W said, in a statement.
That company provided the funds for the Hometown Hero Project. S&S Taxidermy, located in Springville and owned by Jerry and Brian Steadman, donated materials for the banners, which were developed and produced by Kevin Taylor and hung around West Valley.
Gerwitz & McNeil Electric Inc., a West Valley company owned and operated by Mike Gerwitz and Wayne McNeil, donated the labor and equipment used to hang the banners.
According to CH2M Hill B&W, the vision for the Hometown Heroes project originated with Dennis McCauley and Chuck Couture. The company extended its thanks to “all the service men and women who sacrifice their lives for the protection of ours, and providing photos and service information to the West Valley Chamber, in order that 10 banners honoring West Valley servicemen could be installed, prior to the town’s Independence Day celebration on Saturday, July 7.
“CH2M Hill B&W West Valley, LLC is proud to be a part of this great community and allowing us the opportunity to support our hometown heroes.”