Four Brighton area women have been inducted into the Brighton Area Women's History Roll of Honor, in ceremonies held Saturday at the Brighton District Library. The inductees are Julie Fielek, Ann Bollin, Mondi Miller, and Nancy Fritch. The awards were presented by long-time, former member of the Brighton Board of Education Joyce Powers. Powers initiated the Roll of Honor in 2003 and it now has 91 members.

Ann Bollin, the Brighton Township clerk since 2003, is a Republican candidate for the 42nd District State House seat being vacated by State Rep. Lana Theis, who is running for the state senate in the 2018 election. Bollin is also treasurer of the Livingston County Municipal Clerks Association, vice chair of the Michigan Townships Association Livingston Chapter, and a member of the Michigan Townships Association Board of Directors.

Julie Fielek is owner of Fielek Builders in Green Oak Township. She is a former member of the Green Oak Township Board of Trustees and its Planning Commission, and served as the first woman president of the Michigan Association of Home Builders and as the first woman president of the Livingston County Home Builders Association.

Mondi Miller has owned and operated Heirloom Oriental Rugs (now Artisans Bench), was a member of the Brighton Downtown Development Authority from 2009-14 and chaired its design committee. Miller has a Master's degree in social work from the University of Michigan.

And Nancy Fritch is the former broker-owner of Coldwell Banker Brighton Towne and Country. She currently handles signings for out-of-state title companies and continues as a licensed broker. Fritch has done fundraisers for the American Cancer Society and is involved in other charitable activities.(TT) (Photo credit: George Moses)