Westlake Kiwanian recognized with proclamation

Bob Clancy was presented with a proclamation by State Rep. Nan Baker in honor of his many years of service to the Westlake community. Photo by Victor Rutkoski

Robert Clancy, a longtime Westlake Kiwanis member, was surprised with a special presentation at a recent Kiwanis meeting. State Representative Nan Baker presented Bob with a proclamation of recognition for his recent induction into the Dover/Westlake High School Alumni Association Distinguished Hall of Fame.

The proclamation cited Bob’s many achievements since graduating from Westlake in 1965. Among the impressive credentials were serving as a Westlake police officer for 38 years, where he assisted with Safety Town and also served as a community service officer. He continues to serve as Westlake High School Kiwanis Key Club advisor. 

The proclamation stated that Bob deserves the highest praise for remaining active in his community. The respect and admiration he has earned through his lifetime is evident by his selection for this honor. His accomplishments are a justifiable source of pride and an excellent reflection on Bob and his family, alma mater and his community. His praiseworthy record of personal and professional achievement stands as a hallmark worthy of emulation. He has inspired countless individuals to excel in numerous endeavors.

The 131st General Assembly saluted Bob on his recent induction and extended their wishes for continued success. The Westlake Kiwanis have known of Bob’s accomplishments for years and are glad that he is now recognized by the State of Ohio.

Victor Rutkoski

Westlake Kiwanis

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Volume 8, Issue 23, Posted 9:40 AM, 11.29.2016