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WestCare director DeBatt wins national honor for women

February 6, 2019

BULLHEAD CITY — Cheryl A. DeBatt has been selected for inclusion in the forthcoming Trademark Women of Distinction Honors Edition.

In a prepared statement, the Trademark Women of Distinction said the award is a trusted resource and tool dedicated to highlighting professional accomplishments and stories of today’s best and brightest women in business.

“I was in shock when I got the call that I had won the award,” said DeBatt. “The funny thing about it all is that I didn’t even know I was nominated before I got the call. So it was a very big shock to me but I was flattered and honored to receive this award.”

Trademark Women of Distinction is dedicated to the presentation of each individual woman’s story as each of them deserves her own special place in history.

DeBatt is Arizona area director for WestCare, a program that helps people from substance abuse disorders to domestic violence cases.

The prepared statement said that during the vetting process, it was noted along with her exceptional reputation that DeBatt also has maintained a positive peer rating. Her years of service, along with her level of expertise and several other factors, also contributed to her inclusion.

“The representative for the Trademark Women of Distinction told me that they award one person from each state across the country,” said DeBatt. “So just based on that fact alone I felt even more honored to receive this award and be the one representing Arizona.”

Her kindness and willingness to always help others and find solutions to most questions is both exemplary and honorable, according to the statement. DeBatt has ”made her mark on her profession as an expert and will become part of history as one of the top professionals in her field.”

“Receiving this award just makes me strive to do my job better and better,” said DeBatt. “The community is and will always be important to me and important to WestCare.”

The Trademark Women of Distinction membership provides hard-working, accomplished women with a certified and valid third-party endorsement of their accomplishments. It serves as a way to spread the word about their success through a trusted network of women brought together by the same common morals, values and dedication.

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