The City of Irvine Recognizes OCBA Member Hani A. Habbas on the Wall of Recognition

The City of Irvine recently recognized OCBA member Hani A. Habbas with an engraving on the Wall of Recognition located at Colonel Bill Barber Marine Corps Memorial Park.

The Wall of Recognition, established in 2006 and located in Colonel Bill Barber Marine Corps Memorial Park, is a hallmark of Irvine. Even before Irvine became a city, there was a spirit of community activism, involvement, and pride that set the tone for the municipality Irvine would become. Since the City's incorporation in 1971, hundreds of individuals have dedicated themselves in service to Irvine as mayors, City Council members, commissioners, committee members, and leaders of community organizations. The Wall of Recognition honors these individuals, groups, organizations, and businesses who have made significant contributions to the community.

Some criteria for nominee consideration include:

  • Demonstrated creativity and/or initiative in providing service to the community; /li>
  • Provided long-term service to the community, state, or nation; /li>
  • Made unique contributions marked by excellence and worthy of honor; /li>
  • Made distinct, significant contribution(s) for the betterment of the City; /li>
  • Demonstrated exceptional determination, character, commitment, and leadership; and/or/li>
  • Nominee died in the line of duty serving the City, the state, or the nation.

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