Crowd Salutes Wendell Young At Public Servant Of Year Gala 2014
FORMER City Controller Jonathan Saidel, who has been MC for Public Servant of Year for almost a decade, kept crowd in stitches with his commentary. Photo by Robert Mendelsohn
STATE SEN. Christine Tartaglione presents congratulatory State Senate citation to Wendell W. Young IV, president of Local 1776, UFCW, on his selection as Public Recordâ€™s Public Servant of Year, 2014. Photo by Robert Mendelsohn
PUBLIC RECORD Advertising Dir. John David presents check to Wendell W. Young IV, for use by awardeeâ€™s favorite charity. Photo by Robert Mendelsohn
CONGRTATULATING Wendell W. Young IV, right, on his selection as Public Servant of Year are Public Record Publisher Jim Tayoun and Donald â€œDuckyâ€ Birts, aide to Congressman Bob Brady. Photo by Robert Mendelsohn
LABOR giants AFT President Ted Kirsch and PFT President Jerry Jordan flank State AFL-CIO Richard Bloomingdale as they join hundreds in congratulating Wendell Young IV, president of UFSC Local 1776, on his being named Phila. Public Recordâ€™s 2014 Public Servant of Year.
CONGRESSIONAL candidate Dr. Val Arkoosh, right, was welcomed to Phila. Public Recordâ€™s gala at Swan Caterers by long-time Democrat activists and committee people Hal & Sue Rosenthal.
UFCW 1776 executive Carol Deusebio shares happy moment with Wendellâ€™s mother Katherine and sister-in-law Marianne Fluehr.
LABOR LEADERS Greg Howell, Tom Tosti and Tom Herman were among many representing Locals at gala honoring Wendell Young IV.
ENJOYING GALA were Judge Charles Ehrlich, Judge Karen Shreeves-Johns and Wayne Johns.
TEAMSTERS Local 830 President Daniel Grace joins Rick Bloomingdale in congratulating Wendell W. Young IV on his selection as Public Servant of Year 2014 by Phila. Public Record.
TESTIFYING to great buffet was this group hosted by Kaz Nabavi, left. With him are Judge Karen Shreeves-Johns, Dr. Ali Nabavi and Arlene Kempin; seated, Judge Carolyn Nichols, Jacquelyne Scott and Jacqueline Dubin.
STATE REP. Maria Donatucci congratulates Wendell Young on his selection as Public Recordâ€™s Public Servant of Year 2014.