YOUR HOMETOWN — Mount Jackson: ‘Ordinary Guy,’ Extraordinary Success

‘Outstanding Virginian Of The Year’ A ‘Humbling’ Award For Modest Entrepreneur

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Posted: April 3, 2013

DAILY NEWS-RECORD

Bill Holtzman took part in February’s groundbreaking ceremony for construction of the new Shenandoah County Free Clinic in Woodstock. The 75-year-old Mount Jackson resident, named the Outstanding Virginian of the Year earlier this year by the General Assembly, built a small distributorship he purchased in 1972 for $37,000 into a multifaceted gas, oil, construction and food corporation. Photo by Kaitlin Mayhew / DN-R.
MOUNT JACKSON — The Old Dominion has always been home to the 2012 Virginia General Assembly Outstanding Virginian of the Year.

Yet Bill Holtzman, 75, of Mount Jackson, said he wasn’t even quite…


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