April 21, 2016. Evansville Courier&Press News Article. Photos by MIKE LAWRENCE / COURIER & PRESS Husband and wife team Maureen and Nick Barton, seen in their Wadesville business, received a Torch award for their family owned, Barton Automotive Services, Inc. at Thursday's Better Business Bureau Awards luncheon held in Johnson Hall at Deaconness Hospital.
Maureen Barton said she almost started crying after receiving her Torch Award from the Better Business Bureau.
"Without the community and our families, it wouldn't be possible," she said. "It's very humbling."
Barton and her husband Nick received the award for their family-owned business, Barton Automotive Services, Inc. at the BBB Torch Awards Thursday morning in Johnson Hall at Deaconess Hospital.
The BBB awarded four Torch Awards, three student scholarships and two legacy awards during the program. Deaconess Health Systems provided lunch and Keynote speaker, Jack Pate, publisher for the Courier & Press, provided the audience with a interactive presentation on ethics.