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SRRC announces new board chair

Starved Rock Regional Center for Therapy and Child Development (formerly Easter Seals LBC) recently announced the appointment of Tracy Justice to board chair.

She was chosen by the board's nominating committee and approved by a board vote on Aug. 17.

Frank Duttlinger was appointed as vice president, and Mark Pzyska was reinstated as treasurer. Other board members include Caroline Bressendorf, Katie Donofrio, Michelle Duttlinger, Heidi Emmett, Ben Hettel, Tereza Hettel, Trisha Mangold, Helio Ruvalcaba, Corey Tedford and Beata Wroblewski.

Justice is from Mazon and attended Seneca High School. She received her Bachelor's of Arts in Music from Carthage College and is a real estate closer at the Justice Law Firm, P.C. with offices in Ottawa and Streator. She currently serves as secretary on the boards of the Ottawa Network of Young Executives (ONYX) and Run Starved Rock Country, the host of the Starved Rock Country Marathon. Justice lives in Seneca with her husband, Tom, and their three children, Tynan, Tenley, and Tristan.

Starved Rock Regional Center for Therapy and Child Development (SRRC) is a non-profit agency that serves more than 500 children per year. Services include free screenings for children up to 3 years old and speech, developmental and physical therapy to children throughout the Starved Rock area. SRRC also has a child care center for children with and without special needs in Ottawa, and toddler classes in Ottawa, Princeton and Peru.

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