Outstanding Working Women Award Pictured with Dr. Pamella Gronemeyer (center) after she received the Outstanding Working Women Award are members of the Highland club, who attended the IFBW State Convention and were present for the award presentation. Seated, from left, Brenda Okai and Margaret Bennett. Standing in back, from left, are Susie Dewaele, Lisa Sauer, Suzette Schniers, Paula Redman, and Kathy Clark-Eller. Also attending the convention, but not present for the photo, was Michelle Hagen.
Outstanding Working Women Award Pictured with Dr. Pamella Gronemeyer (center) after she received the Outstanding Working Women Award are members of the Highland club, who attended the IFBW State Convention and were present for the award presentation. Seated, from left, Brenda Okai and Margaret Bennett. Standing in back, from left, are Susie Dewaele, Lisa Sauer, Suzette Schniers, Paula Redman, and Kathy Clark-Eller. Also attending the convention, but not present for the photo, was Michelle Hagen. Courtesy photo
Outstanding Working Women Award Pictured with Dr. Pamella Gronemeyer (center) after she received the Outstanding Working Women Award are members of the Highland club, who attended the IFBW State Convention and were present for the award presentation. Seated, from left, Brenda Okai and Margaret Bennett. Standing in back, from left, are Susie Dewaele, Lisa Sauer, Suzette Schniers, Paula Redman, and Kathy Clark-Eller. Also attending the convention, but not present for the photo, was Michelle Hagen. Courtesy photo

Dr. Pamella Gronemeyer receives Outstanding Working Women of Illinois Award

May 05, 2016 08:12 AM

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