At our 2018 event, two Volunteers inducted into CMHFH Hall of Fame

August 17, 2018

The CMHFH Volunteer Hall of Fame was established to give special recognition to individual volunteers who have gone above and beyond the norm for volunteer service. They demonstrate a passion for the mission of Habitat for Humanity by consistently volunteering over a span of at least 8 years and totaling over 1000 hours. It is important to us to honor such steadfast commitment because it is a shining example of the central mission principle of Habitat for Humanity to put faith into action.

This year’s inductees are: Wayne Anderson and Vince Drobniak.

Wayne Anderson is one of our volunteer pillars who has volunteered in just about every way you can volunteer at Habitat. Wayne is a frequent volunteer site supervisor and site host. He is a part of Habitat’s elite trim team that puts all the finishing touches on the all the Habitat houses. Wayne is a self-motivated individual that on his own initiative will show up to do drywall and painting touch up exclusively, while giving our homes the white glove inspection.
Wayne is a very conscientious, reliable and committed volunteer. We are all so grateful for his support of Habitat.

Vince Drobniak joined the CMHFH board January 2017 after he showed immense commitment to Habitat and its mission. He worked just about every Saturday at the ReStore for six years and led the charge on the clean-up of two ReStore warehouses full of cubicles, including dismantling them to get us the benefit from metal recycling. He worked, with his wife, through the holidays and most Saturdays for the last few months to help close ReStore…rushed to get certain sections of one warehouse empty to save us in rent costs…worked hard to find buyers for the large Capital One donations we received, including securing a buyer to purchase hundreds of chairs for almost $30,000. 

Vince’s dedication and commitment to Habitat is greatly appreciated by everyone at Habitat.

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