2020 Business of the year
Published June 11, 2021
Sapulpa Chamber honors Reed Architecture in annual banquet
Last night Reed Architecture and Interiors received the Sapulpa Chamber of Commerce’s 2020 Business of the Year award. While Reed Architecture moved its office to downtown Sapulpa last year, the 12-year-old firm has participated in the chamber for five years. “The chamber was blessed to have David Reed on our board for three years,” noted Chamber President Suzanne Shirey. “His leadership and guidance helped us move forward in a trying time.” Chamber Chairman Jim Dilley praised Reed Architecture’s involvement in the community. “We are fortunate to have them in Sapulpa,” said Dilley, chairman and chief executive officer of American Heritage Bank.
Photographed at the award presentation were: front row from left, Chamber President Suzanne Shirey, Reed Office Manager Rhonda Gerrior, Reed Construction Document Supervisor Elizabeth Ingraham, Project Architect Bryan Broaddrick, Reed founder David Reed, Interior Designer Nicollette West, Architect Jennifer Bradshaw; second row from left, Reed summer intern Andrew Quinn, chamber Chairman Jim Dilley, Reed summer intern Ricki Cortez.
Several Reed Architecture and Interiors team members attended the Sapulpa Chamber of Commerce’s annual banquet last night, held outdoors on Dewey Street. Shown above, front row from left: Architect Jennifer Bradshaw, Construction Document Supervisor Elizabeth Ingraham, founder David Reed and his wife Lori, Interior Designer Nicollette West. Shown back row from left: Project Architect Bryan Broaddrick, summer interns Andrew Quinn and Ricki Cortez, CPA Stu Franklin, and Office Manager Rhonda Gerrior.