Orange City Leader Receives State Honor
Date posted - January 13, 2012
An Orange City leader has been selected to receive a state honor.
Marty Guthmiller of Orange City has been selected for the Iowa Volunteer Hall of Fame for his outstanding contribution of volunteer service to the community. Guthmiller will be recognized by Iowa Governor Terry Branstad at ceremonies in Des Moines on February 21.
The Iowa Volunteer Hall of Fame was established in 1989 by the Governor’s Office for Volunteerism to honor extraordinary Iowans who have freely given their precious time and talent in countless ways to benefit others. Coordination of this program shifted to the Iowa Commission on Volunteer Service in 2002.
According to the Iowa Commission on Volunteer Service, being inducted into the Iowa Volunteer Hall of Fame is the most prestigious state-level honor volunteers can receive; the people selected are those who have forever changed their community, the state, the nation, or the world with their volunteer service and action.
Guthmiller’s volunteer work has included leadership in planning and overseeing the Phoenix Project, which involves the design and development, fundraising, and construction of the Hawkeye Center and the new Prairie Winds Event Center. In addition, in his role as Vice Chair of the Orange City Development Corporation, Guthmiller has been instrumental in attracting new business, including recruiting Pioneer Seed Corporation to locate and build a research center in Orange City.
Guthmiller has led several campaigns for projects in Orange City. He serves as CEO of the Orange City Health System.
By Lisa Burg
Edited by Scott Van Aartsen
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