Linda Wiggington honored with 2016 Conservation Luminary Award

Linda Wigington of Waynesburg is the recipient of 2016 Conservation Luminary Award, which is bestowed by CCI, a Pittsburgh-based nonprofit that advances healthy, whole home performance and energy conservation.

Linda Wiggington is the recipient of 2016 Conservation Luminary Award, which is given by CCI, a Pittsburgh-based nonprofit that advances healthy, whole home performance and energy conservation.

Congratulations Linda!

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From Linda,  “I think it is important to be for something, to demonstrate and provide information that empowers people to explore the ways they live.”  Linda, you have certainly earned this recognition!  Very nice.

Yours,  Larry

Linda has inspired many, many people to reduce their energy use - and has created a practical support network to make it happen.  We need multiple approaches to achieve goals of comfort, health, and energy reduction and that is another great contribution you continue to make.  You deserve this award and more, Linda!

Congratulations, Linda! This is a wonderful honor, and recognition of your decades of devotion to the cause of energy efficiency, and affordable comfort. I hope there are more honors to come!

Warmly,
Alice La Pierre

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