TYLER – Awards were handed out Tuesday night at the annual banquet of the Tyler Area Chamber of Commerce. Peaches and Lewis Owens won the T.B. Butler Award, which is given to the city’s Most Outstanding Citizen. Rabbi Neal Katz of Congregation Beth El in Tyler received the W.C. Windsor Award. That goes to the city’s most outstanding citizen under the age of 40. Business awards were also handed out last night. Named as large business of the year was the Hospice of East Texas. The small business award went to Davis Green Paint and Body. Volunteer of the Year is the Chamber’s new chair-elect, Rosemary Jones. The new Chamber chair is Mary Elizabeth Jackson.