Going above and beyond: QC Great Neighbors recognized by town council

Alden Rosbrook, second from right, was nominated after being a leader in the beautification and preservation of his neighborhood near San Tan Regional Mountain Park. Joining him at the council meeting were, from left, Vice Mayor Julia Wheatley, Mayor Gail Barney and Town Manager John Kross. (Courtesy of town of Queen Creek)

Alden Rosbrook, second from right, was nominated after being a leader in the beautification and preservation of his neighborhood near San Tan Regional Mountain Park. Joining him at the council meeting were, from left, Vice Mayor Julia Wheatley, Mayor Gail Barney and Town Manager John Kross. (Courtesy of town of Queen Creek)

 

The Queen Creek Town Council, led by Mayor Gail Barney, recognized four individuals as Great Neighbors at the Dec. 16 council meeting.

Anthony Del Corsano, Alden Rosbrook and Josh and Stephanie Vincent were nominated by their neighbors for going out of their way to improve and enhance the quality of life in the Queen Creek as part of the town’s resident-recognition program.

“We are fortunate to have wonderful individuals and families living in Queen Creek,” Mayor Barney said in a press release.”

 

Queen Creek residents Josh and Stephanie Vincent, center, received their Great Neighbors commendations from Queen Creek Mayor Gail Barney, left, and Vice Mayor Julia Wheatley, right, during the Dec. 16 meeting of the Queen Creek Town Council. (Courtesy of town of Queen Creek)

Queen Creek residents Josh and Stephanie Vincent, center, received their Great Neighbors commendations from Queen Creek Mayor Gail Barney, left, and Vice Mayor Julia Wheatley, right, during the Dec. 16 meeting of the Queen Creek Town Council. (Courtesy of town of Queen Creek)

 

Benjamin Wheatley nominated Josh and Stephanie Vincent for their commitment to getting to know their neighbors. The Vincents recently organized the second annual Halloween party for their neighborhood. Their efforts included gaining support from neighbors and putting on an amazing party.

Mr. Wheatley called the couple “the friendliest people in Queen Creek.”

Deb Perry nominated Alden Rosbrook for being a leader in the beautification and preservation of their neighborhood. With increased popularity of the west entrance to San Tan Mountain Regional Park, individuals were parking on both sides of the residential roadway creating safety concerns, plant damage and trash problems. Mr. Rosbrook contacted town and park officials to address the concerns.

 

Great Neighbors award recipient Anthony Del Corsano, right, always responds in a flash when a neighbor needs help, according to his nominator. He is with, from left, Queen Creek Vice Mayor Julia Wheatley and Mayor Gail Barney.

Great Neighbors award recipient Anthony Del Corsano, right, always responds in a flash when a neighbor needs help, according to his nominator. He is with, from left, Queen Creek Vice Mayor Julia Wheatley and Mayor Gail Barney.

 

Anthony Del Corsano was nominated by Linda Calizto.

“Anthony is always there in a flash when you’re in trouble or need something fixed, no matter what, he never says no. He is a great person and has a good soul,” she said.

The town is accepting nominations for the next set of Great Neighbors to be recognized in early 2016 at a town council meeting. To nominate a neighbor, visit the town’s website.

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