Osterkamp earned his medical degree from the University of
Southern California's School of Medicine, and was awarded two
fellowships in children's orthopedics.
Good citizens honored for their deeds
GLENDALE -- Good citizens of Glendale will receive recognition for
their deeds from 3 to 5 p.m. Thursday during the Character and Ethics
Project of Glendale award ceremony.
The ceremony takes place at the Glendale Public Library Auditorium
and honors individuals with a certificate of recognition for their
roles in the community and their commitment to good character and
David Gildersleeve, a buyer for the purchasing department at
Glendale Unified School District, is among the nominees.
He said he feels he's been able to make an impact on the community
by working with teachers and administrators to create a learning
environment that is both cost effective and efficient. He values the
project's support of all community-motivated citizens.
"There's other people that contribute to making Glendale a great
place to be in," he said.
The Character and Ethics Project is an organization that
encourages ethical behavior at home and in the community.
Leslie Galban and Odette Hairapetian of Rosemont Middle School,
and Anjel Besha and Marylou King of Glendale Unified School District
are just a few of the local award nominees.