Utah’s business community’s highest honor recognizes the Garff family’s contributions and positive impact throughout Utah
The Salt Lake Chamber will honor Katharine and the late Robert Garff with the 42nd Giant in Our City award next Thursday. The award honors those who have provided exceptional and distinguished service and achieved extraordinary professional achievement and is widely recognized as the most prestigious business award given in Utah.
The event will recognize the Garffs’ exceptional and distinguished service in the state and will celebrate Robert’s life, accomplishments, and commitment to the community.
Additionally, the Chamber will also honor Utah’s heroic essential workers with the 3rd annual Lane Beattie Utah Community Builder Award. The award traditionally recognizes an inspirational individual who has gone above and beyond the call of duty to address critical community needs. Given the unique challenges of the past year, Utah’s essential workers were the clear selection, including the following organizations and individuals who will accept the award on behalf of all:
Marvella Cuch, bus operator, Utah Transit Authority
Louis Donovan, store director, Harmons Grocery
Keri Graybill, teacher, Granite Park Junior High
Alexis Rose, registered nurse, Intermountain Medical Center
Tiffany Silver, assistant manager, Sunshine Academy Childcare Center
Jesse du Toit, respiratory therapist, Intermountain Medical Center
WHAT:The Salt Lake Chamber, Utah’s largest and longest-serving statewide business association, will recognize Katherine and the late Robert Garff of Ken Garff Enterprises and Ken Garff Automotive at the 42nd Giant in Our City on Thursday, June 24, 2021.
WHO: Derek Miller, president and CEO, Salt Lake Chamber
Scott Anderson, president and CEO, Zions Bank
Lisa Eccles, president and COO, George S. and Dolores Doré Eccles Foundation