Vic Pages Chase citizen of the year

Although he is not among us anymore, the community of Chase will never forget the good heart and dedication of Vic Pages

  • Dec. 26, 2014 5:00 p.m.

Although he is not among us anymore, the community of Chase will never forget the good heart and dedication of Vic Pages, Chase’s Citizen of the Year 2014.

Pages is remembered for caring deeply and sincerely for his community. He was always there helping people and events – Sun Valley Estates, Chase Lions, Salmon Run, the Centennial Celebration, his church, Canada Day, Chase Country Christmas, CornStock, Chase Museum and Citizens on Patrol.

Pages was a very level-headed, reliable man who worked vigorously at every project he undertook, whether it was fundraising for a valuable cause, patrolling at night to keep  town safe, campground hosting to make visitors feel comfortable or building something that would benefit others.

 

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