Farnbachs recognized for contributions to Temecula

Darell and Rebecca Farnbach, whose names will be placed on the City Hall’s Wall of Honor, are recognized during the Aug. 24 Temecula City Hall meeting. The Farnbachs are celebrated for their many contributions in preserving the Temecula area’s past. They are founding members of the Vail Ranch Restoration Association which helped create what the Vail Headquarters is today as well as members of the Temecula Valley Historical Society and other contributions in preserving local history. Valley News/Shane Gibson photo
Rebecca and Darell Farnbach were recognized for their contributions to the city of Temecula by city council, Tuesday, Aug. 24, receiving the placement of their names on the city’s Wall of Honor in City Hall.Former Temecula Mayor Jeff Comerchero and his wife, Pat, asked the city to consider adding the Farnbachs to the Wall of Honor, Temecula Assistant to the City Manager Betsy Lowrey said.“Without hesitation Mayor Maryann Edwards and Councilmember Jessica Alexander, as part of the subcommittee for the Wall of Honor, supported the nomination of Darell and Rebecca to be recognized on the Wall of Honor,” Lowrey said, adding that the nomination was approved by the Temecula Community Services Commission Aug. 9.“The Wall of Honor is intended to honor and recognize individuals
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