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Glen Ellyn historian honored, cemetery recognized as local landmark

Published: Saturday, Feb. 22, 2014 2:17 p.m. CDT

GLEN ELLYN – From left, Glen Ellyn Historical Society Board President Suzanne Carty, Glen Ellyn Historical Society historian Bob Chambers, Glen Ellyn Historic Preservation Commission Chairman Lee Marks, Assistant to the Village Manager Kristen Schrader and Glen Ellyn Historical Society past interim executive director and program committee member Jane Rio gather during a Feb. 10 Glen Ellyn Village Board of Trustees meeting, during which the Forest Hill Cemetery was recognized as a Glen Ellyn Local Landmark and Chambers was honored for his commitment to preserving the village's history.

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