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By SCOTT DAVIS
Staff Reporter 

Two local businessmen recognized

Daughters of American revolution honor Jarms, Williams

 

Last updated 9/16/2021 at 2:15pm

Mary Gilmore

National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Esther Reed Chapter Regent Mary Gilmore poses with Tom Jarms of Jarms Hardware in Cheney after presenting him with the Community Service Award.

CHENEY – Two local businessmen have been honored for their community service work.

Tom Jarms of Jarms Hardware and Dennis Williams of System Transport were presented awards for community service last week by the Spokane Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution.

After the devastating Babb Road fire in Malden last year, Jarms quickly mobilized the Cheney community to collect funds, distribute vital comfort supplies to victims and attain building products at reduced costs for reconstruction.

"A year later, Jarms Hardware continues to support efforts by local residents to rebuild...



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