Honor Health CEO Tom Sadvary to be honored Dec. 2

Tom Sadvary (submitted photo)

Tom Sadvary (submitted photo)

The Scottsdale Leadership Drinkwater Community Leadership Award will be presented at the 2016 Spirit of Community Leadership luncheon on Dec. 2.

The award honors a community leader who demonstrates a consistent commitment to community service and involvement, is recognized by others as a true leader, exemplifies humanitarian values and shows a commitment to diversity, according to a press release.

“Sponsoring the Drinkwater Community Leadership Award allows our firm to thank Scottsdale, Scottsdale Leadership and city legends like Herb Drinkwater for shaping one the best cities in America,” said Randy Nussbaum, partner at Nussbaum Gillis & Dinner, P.C. and Scottsdale Leadership alumnae, in the release. “In addition, the award provides us with the opportunity to demonstrate our allegiance and ongoing commitment to Scottsdale.”

Mr. Sadvary will be honored with the Drinkwater Community Leadership Award, sponsored by Nussbaum, Gillis & Dinner, P.C. at the Scottsdale Leadership 17th Annual Spirit of Community Leadership Awards Luncheon on Dec. 2, at The Phoenician, 6000 E. Camelback Road in Scottsdale.

Additional details and registration information can be found at scottsdaleleadership.org.

“Herb’s footprint can be seen throughout the city. The residents of Scottsdale should know the history and impact he made to the organization and community,” said Mr. Sadvary, CEO at Honor Health, in the release. “When individuals understand the history of where they live it inspires them to get involved and make where they live better.”

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