Schiller honored for dedication to volunteerism, community

Pictured, from left: Iowa Lt. Governor Adam Gregg, Governor Kim Reynolds, Steve Schiller and Community Development Director Mark Wicks of Charles City, along with Iowa Economic Development Authority (IEDA) and Iowa Finance Authority Director Debi Durham.

Des Moines, Iowa – A Charles City man has been honored for his dedication to leadership, volunteerism and passion for his town.

Steven Schiller was among the Leadership Award volunteers honored at the 33rd annual Main Street Iowa Awards celebration Friday, March 8.

The program honors the efforts of those who work day-in and day-out to revitalize Iowa’s downtowns.  The awards honor accomplishments, activities and people making differences.

The nomination says Schiller has served on Community Revitalization’s design committee since 2016 and board of directors since 2017.  Schiller provides valuable input at monthly meetings and is among the first to volunteer for events and activities and leads by example in several activities.

Schiller was accompanied to the Des Moines ceremony by his wife, Connie, Community Development Director Mark Wix and his wife Lisa.  He was recognized on stage by Governor Kim Reynolds and Lt. Governor Adam Gregg.