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Integrity earns BBB honors

FORT WAYNE – Four local businesses and one nonprofit were recognized for high integrity today by the Better Business Bureau Serving Northern Indiana.

The 9th Annual Torch Awards were presented to Matthew 25 Health/Dental Clinic, Hartman Brothers Heating & Air Conditioning, E. Harper & Son Funeral Home, Stucky Brothers and Peg Perego USA.

More than 300 people attended the lunch at the Grand Wayne Center downtown.

Jim Vann, chairman of Rea Magnet Wire, was named the 2014 Individual of Integrity.

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