State Representative Marlene Anielski (R-Walton Hills) presented an Ohio House commendation honoring the 2016 Walton Hills Person of the Year, Jennifer Marie Allen.    


Jennifer’s service to the local community continued by her service on the Master Plan Committee, spending more than one hundred hours over the course of two years working for the benefit of Walton Hills. She also was an active member of the Walton Hills Women’s Club, serving one term on the board as Historian.


Years ago, when the need arose, Jennifer eagerly stepped up to a leadership position as President of the Walton Hills Citizens League and is still actively serving on the board today.  Her service in the Citizens League has included organizing and executing plans for Community Day, chairing community educational programs with topics of interest for residents, candidate night events and the Walton Hills’ car show.


Jennifer was born and raised in Walton Hills and also chose to raise her family here.  She is dedicated to her parents, family, grandparents, her son, her friends, extended family and all her neighbors in Walton Hills who benefit greatly from her remarkable talents.


“It was an honor to personally honor Jennifer on her achievement,” Rep. Anielski said.  “Jennifer’s dedication to public service and to our community has benefited so many Walton Hills’ residents and beyond throughout the years.  I commend her on the prestigious honor and look forward to many more accomplishments in Jennifer’s future.”

 
 
 
  
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