Jerry Price, second from left in both photos, was named Park National Bank’s fifth Hebron area Difference Maker at the bank’s annual Hebron community breakfast last week. Price was called a “quiet difference maker” who works tirelessly for the Hebron American Legion, Veterans’ widows and basically anyone who needs help. The award includes a $500 donation from the bank to a non-profit selected by the award winner. Price selected the Lakewood Drama Boosters. He quipped, “Maybe I will have to work a bit harder for you guys (his American Legion friends).” “We’ve got difference makers everywhere,” he told Hebron community leaders. He lost his father early in his life and learned the value of hard work from his grandfather. His grandfather also taught him that “every man was the same.” Top photo, from left to right, Hebron branch assistant manager Janet Springer; Jerry Price; his daughter, Mindy Kester; and Hebron branch manager Cody Smailes. Bottom photo, from left to right, Mike Price; Jerry Price; his wife, Annette; his daughter, Mindy Kester; and his son-in-law, Kevin Kester. Hebron Mayor Mike McFarland presented an Award of Excellence to Park National Vice President Karen Rice for 65 years of exceptional service to the Hebron Community. McFarland and Lakewood Superintendent Mary Kay Andrews highlighted the past year for the village and school district. Beacon photos by Charles Prince.