The Lowcountry's emergency chaplains were recognized for their service Wednesday night.
About 400 people attended the 25th Anniversary Celebration of the Coastal Crisis Chaplaincy at the Charleston Marriott on Lockwood Drive.
Chaplains comfort victims of crimes and fires, as well as police and emergency personnel who respond.
The following were recognized by name, according to Senior Chaplain Rob Dewey:
Rookie of the Year - Sonya Buncum.
Chaplains of the Year - John Prioleau and John Smith, who have both served for the entire 25 years.
Survivor Support Person of the Year - Charlotte David.
Business of the Year - The Boeing Co.
The J.V Nichols Person of the Year - Anita Zucker.
Rabbi Tony Holz, a former chaplain delivered the prayer before the buffet. The David Archer Band provided music.
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