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Thursday, December 20, 2012

ONSLRG Board President Tino Ochoa Selected for Business Journal’s 40 Under 40

Congratulations to Tino Ochoa, Old North St. Louis Restoration Group’s Board President, who was selected by the St. Louis Business Journal for inclusion in their latest class of “40 Under 40″ honorees!  The full St. Louis Business Journal issue with complete bios won’t be out until February, but the names were released yesterday by email and posted on their website.  Click HERE to take a look.

The photo above was when Tino received yet another award upon graduation from law school.  We'll get a new photo of him receiving the 40 Under 40 Award when that happens.

The photo above of Tino (with his wife Zoila) was when Tino received yet another award upon graduation from law school. We'll get a new photo of him receiving the 40 Under 40 Award when that happens.

The prestigious “40 Under 40″ honor goes each year to 40 individuals who are under the age of 40 and have earned recognition for significant contributions to the St. Louis area in various fields.  Tino’s predecessor as ONSLRG Board President, John Burse, was also a 40 Under 40 honoree several years ago.

We’ll post more information about the award when it gets published.  In the meantime, if you see Tino out and around the neighborhood, be sure to wish him congratulations!

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