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Brad Papenberg Receives Chamber’s Community Service Award

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Brad Papenberg is joined at the Waterloo Chamber of Commerce Annual Social by his family, left to right, daughter Caralyn, wife Claudia and daughter Kelly.
Brad Papenberg is joined at the Waterloo Chamber of Commerce Annual Social by his family, left to right, daughter Caralyn, wife Claudia and daughter Kelly.

Brad Papenberg received the Waterloo Community Service Award during the Chamber of Commerce’s Annual Social. The event was held March 2 at the Camp Wartburg Dining Hall.  Brad grew up on a farm in rural Hecker and has spent his adult life giving back to the community.  He has worked at State Bank of Waterloo …

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