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April 30, 2013

Pulaski Fiscal Court honors late volunteer Larry Stober


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“Larry’s left such a great impression as a volunteer,” said Hines. “He’s what I call a real volunteer. Some volunteers volunteer and look for the camera. Some volunteers never see the camera. That was Larry, and he was a real volunteer.”
Cathy Stober and other members of the Stober family were presented with a plaque honoring Larry Stober’s efforts by Pulaski County Judge-executive Barty Bullock. The plaque recognizes Larry Stober’s efforts to beautify his community between 1997 and 2013. 
“He did all of this with a humble spirit and with the best interest of Pulaski County in his heart,” Bullock read on the plaque. 
“ ... This is a great thing,” Bullock later said. “Larry did a great job cleaning those roads. I know thousands of bags of trash they picked up.” 

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