2021 Good Neighbor Awards

2021 Good Neighbor Awards

The Grapeland Area Chamber of Commerce recognized several people throughout our community for their selfless acts of kindness to help others.

The recipients were nominated by people of the community.

They are recognized as the 2021 Good Neighbors.

Good Neighbor Awards List

Charles Hart

Charles Hart shared his generator with his neighbors.

Michael Gibson

he worked very hard during the storm. He was helping people in so many ways. He has also helped feed the community on various occasions.

Charles Faulk

He came out if his warm home during the winter storm to help me when my pipe burst. His help was so much appreciated.

Britteney Walker

Cooked and delivered food to families during the snowstorm.

David Loew       

Jesse and David Loew cut and took firewood to residents in Tejas Shores when they were running low and after the ice melted – they went to a lot of neighbors’ homes to make sure the water meters were not busted and leaking!

 Gordon Brannaka

came out with their tractors and cleared roads for our residents!

Randy Hargrove

came out with their tractors and cleared roads for our residents.

Greg Wassberg – did not attend

Truly grateful for for Greg who already had firewood cut and he donated it to the cause! Super awesome people!

Christal Peck

 cooked for us since we had no electricity and helped with broken water lines.

Grapeland Fire Department

went door to door checking on people and offering rides to the Crockett civic center.

Arlene Ricardo Martinez with Tamaleria Los Martinez

 Fed many people.

I saw our community pull together. People helping people. Giving rides. Neighbors helping neighbors. Haven’t seen that love and compassion in a long time. Arlene Ricardo Martinez with Tamaleria Los Martinez feed many. Thanks Jocelyn Jazmine Santos and Angie C. Brown for the texts checking on us.

Tabbie Riddlesperger – (was not mentioned at ceremony – I am going to track this person down)

for sharing water when our pipes froze!

 Stephan Till – did not attend

gave rides and helped many with their water lines. These are only a few to name names. Several offered their homes!

Rolaz Taqueria

 had their doors open to help.

Keshia Thomas

Keshia’s Café – fed many people all over Crockett and surrounding areas.

Audice Leon Wallace

Standing w/Crockett

Ross Pennington

Road clearing

Jason Bridges

Road clearing

Frank Chapman

Arthur Betz

Grapeland Teacher Nomination

Kevin Watts

Kept water on for Grapeland Residents

Urgent Care -Grapeland Texas

Caring for the community

Mitchell Woody

His service to the community

Grapeland Police Dept

Services to the community

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