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Fort Worth Business Press to recognize Tarrant County’s top minority leaders in business and the community

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The Fort Worth Business Press will recognize Tarrant County’s top minority leaders in business and the community on Thursday, Dec. 14, 2017 at 11:30 a.m. at the Fort Worth Club. Honorees were chosen based on professional achievements, community contributions, philanthropy and other milestones and awards. The 2017 Lifetime Achievement Award will be awarded to John Hernandez, John Sons Press and the 2017 Legend Award goes to Commissioner Roy C. Brooks, Tarrant County Precinct 1. Norma Roby will receive the 2017 Erma Johnson Hadley Award.

For ticket information go to www.FortWorthBusiness.com/MLBAWARDS.

Congratulations to the 2017 Minority Leaders in Business!

2017 Erma Johnson Hadley Award – Norma Roby, RSH Concessions, LLC

2017 Lifetime Achievement Award – John Hernandez, John Sons Press

2017 Legend Award – Commissioner Roy C. Brooks, Tarrant County Precinct 1

Sylvia De Leon Alcala, J Anthony Group, LLC

James N. Austin Jr., Austin Company Commercial Real Estate

Richard Casarez, Oncor

Joseph DeLeon, Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Southwest Fort Worth

Yolanda Y. Harper, Alpha Discovery Group LLC

Sau Le Hudecek, Jerrel James Salon

Alejandro Ralph House, The House Group

Shay Dial Johnson, Goodwill Industries of Fort Worth

Larry D. Kemp, Kemp and Sons General Services, Inc.

Arturo Martinez, Tarrant County College District

Benson Varghese, Varghese Summersett PLLC

Wyntress B. Ware, Ware & Associates, Inc.

Robert Sturns, City of Fort Worth


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