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Members of the Chamber Executive and Small Business Week committees surprise Soriya with the announcement

Soriya Estes of Estes Audiology Hearing Center is presented a banner to display at her office as the 2015 Small Business Person of the Year. The announcement was made at a surprise visit by Chamber officials on April 24, 2015. 

 

2015 – Soriya Estes, Estes Audiology Hearing Center

2014 – Dr. Kent Fischer, Fischer Veterinary Clinic

2013 –  Matt Kyle, The Kyle Law Firm

2012 – Ken & Lisa Brucks,  Prodigy Learning Center & Child Care

2011 – Robin Jeffers, J&R Gymnastics

2010 – Ernie Jergins, Ernesto’s Jewelry

2009 – John Guenzel, Rio Raft Resort

2008 – Dee and Terry Buck, Buck Pottery

2007 – Judi & Cecil Eager, Gruene Mansion Inn

2006 – Miles Granzin, Granzin Bar-B-Q

2005 – Donna Scheele, Property Management Professionals, Inc.

2004 – Trudy Soechting, Natural Bridge Wildlife Ranch

2003 – Doug & Anne Miller, Miller & Miller Insurance Agency

2002 – Lester Stockhorst, PRINT IT

2001 – Adam & Karen Cork, Color Express

2000 – Don & Lynn Forres, Huisache Grill

1999 – Carol Johnson, Johnson Furniture Co./Innerworks

1998 – Randy Vanstory, Quick Align

1997 – Pam Kraft, Kraft Mobiletel

1996 – Larry Wenzel, Creative Eyewear by Larry

1995 – Rusty Brandt, ‘Tis The Season

1994 – Kyra Brandt, Comal Flower Shop on the Plaza

1993 – Cash & Dennis Hermes, Centex Office Plus

1992 – Bob Schima, Henne Hardware

1991 – Marian Benson, The Collection

1990 – Mary Jane Nalley, Gruene, Texas

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Airman of the Year and Quarter Reception

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New Braunfels Chamber

The Chamber’s Military Affairs Committee will gather Wednesday, June 29 from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. in Honors Hall to honor the accomplishments of Randolph Air Force Base’s 2015 Airman of the Year SrA Weslynn Wooten and 2016 Airman of the First Quarter SrA Brittany Coll. SrA Wooten and SrA Coll, their families, and their command teams have been invited to the reception to celebrate their exemplary performances. Beginning in 1968, the Chamber, through its Military Affairs Committee, has partnered with Randolph Air Force Base for 48 years. The committee holds quarterly receptions to honor an outstanding Airman with special mementos, gift certificates and most importantly, the gratitude of the community. For more information on this committee, or any of the Chamber’s committees, visit www.CommitteesInNewBraunfels.com.

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