Celebrating the City — Heroes Luncheon

In October, the American Red Cross of Southeast Tennessee hosted its annual Heroes Luncheon honoring community heroes at The Chattanoogan hotel. Proceeds benefited the local chapter, which provides shelter, food, and emotional support
to victims of disasters in 10 counties.

Photography by Michael Hampton

Co-Chairs Jon Lawrence and Melody Shekari

Rickie Pierce and Janice Robbins

Willie Owens III, Willie Owens Jr., and Kayunna Eppinger

Todd Bradford, Harriet Whaley, Nelia Davis, Nick Davis, Summer Davis, and Rodney Davis

Julia Wright, Dr. Rebecca Ashford, and Oscar Brock

Emerson Brown, Grant Law, and Newton Law

Captain Duane Schermerhorn and Director Paul Feaster

Kensington Wieland and Morgan Brock

Darlene & Tom Glenn and Virginia-Anne Sharber

Darwin Koller, Lisa Smith, and Greg Talbott

Dr. Rishi Naik, Dr. Neha Naik, Dr. Darshan Naik, Parul Naik, and Dilip Naik

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