(Back row, left to right): Josh Cooper, Jonathan Palant, Councilman Adam McGough, Scott Painter, Pam Gerber, Lacy McGough, Dr. Richard and Michelle Anderson, Max Glauben, Will Toler, Shelby Eidson, Mark Holmes, Casey Boland. (Front, left to right): Cooper, Eli and Noah McGough, Pam Jackson. Not pictured: Anna Kubeer, Greg Duval, DayRon Miles, Courtney Collins, Coy Poitier, Daniel Torres, Kelly Musgrave, Crystal Almeida and Reggie Mensah.

Dallas City Councilman Adam McGough awarded his 2018 Blake Anderson Public Service Awards Tuesday at City Hall, presenting the honors in memory of the young man who worked on McGough’s staff while earning his MBA. Despite grappling with Type I diabetes, Anderson was an active outdoorsman and marathon runner. He died while mountain biking at George W. Bush’s ranch outside Crawford, Texas.

The 19 recipients from District 10 demonstrated their selflessness and dedication to community, McGough said. Anderson’s parents helped present the awards, fashioned into the shape of bicycle spokes.

Congratulations and thanks go to all the honorees. 

Casey Boland LHHS and RISD STAR teacher
DayRon Miles director of Public Works Dallas
Scott Painter Home Depot loss prevention specialist recently shot in a robbery
Kelly Musgrave Pamper Lake Highlands volunteer
Greg Duval past president of Exchange Club
Pam Gerber executive director of entrepreneurs for North Texas
Officer Courtney Collins Dallas Police Department
Shelby Eidson community advocate
Will Toler property tax consultant working pro bono for Hamilton Park residents
Officer Crystal Almeida recently shot at Home Depot
Coy Poitier executive director of FAWC Conservatory of Arts and Sciences
Officer Anazogini “Anna” Kubeer school resource officer at LHHS
Pam Jackson president of Spokes for Folks
Max Glauben holocaust survivor
Detective Daniel Torres DPD
Mark Holmes past president of Exchange Club
Jonathan Palant founder and conductor of Dallas Street Choir
Officer Josh Cooper DPD
Reggie Mensah 2018 LHHS Senior Class President