The Chesterfield County Police Department presented 76 individual volunteers with President’s Volunteer Service Awards, a national honor offered in recognition of volunteer service, on April 27. The awards were presented at the Annual Volunteer Recognition Ceremony, which was held in the Eanes-Pittman Public Safety Training Center located at 6610 Public Safety Way.
The awards are issued by the President’s Council on Service and Civic Participation, a group created by President Bush to recognize the valuable contributions volunteers are making to our nation. More information can be found at www.presidentialserviceawards.gov .
For more information about volunteering for the Chesterfield County Police Department, contact Maxwell at 804-318-8695 or firstname.lastname@example.org .
The following volunteers received awards for hours volunteered in 2012:
President’s Call to Service Award (4,000+ hours over a lifetime)
Thomas B. Hoekstra
Gold Award (Adults 500+ hours)
Nancy P. Brown, Robert L. BeHage, Sallie J. Levander, William Anderson, Joan I. Cole, Denis E. Greaney, William Garrahan, Charles A. McCrory, G. Michael Laffoon, Baxter Sessums, Robert W. Parrish, Jesse Lee, Thomas B. Hoekstra and Matthew B. Comer.
Silver Award (Adults 250-499 hours)
Clarence E. Steed, Michael P. Parker, Clara A. Thompson, Kenneth T. Roeber, Nathan D. Nillson, Cindy Wallo, William N. Bishop, Jeffrey S. Patton, Jerry Horton, Gregory H. Hopper, W. Ed Nicely, G. Thomas Fink, Carolyn A. Horton, R. Eric Luther, Frederick P. Woodlief, Sidney L. Wells, Joseph Ferreri, Jessica S. Younce, Kathy Feiring, Janet F. Bishop, Roland T. Brown, Patricia Moriarity, Matthew Burridge, Marc Chambers, Isabel Axelson, Brandon Skeens and Rick Mormando.
Silver Award (Young Adults 175-249 hours)
Robert Wellman and Marilyn Davis.
Bronze Award (Adults 100-249 hours)
Sylvia Crosby, Guy H. Bryant, Rick Hogsett, Randall Casciello, Leslie R. Ritchey, Weldon Hazlewood, Charles Feiring, Sandra Davis, David A. Watts, Georgia Smith, Marilyn S. Farmer, Larry O. Tingle, Robert J. Dienes, Perry W. Hornbarger, Marci L. Stables, Shane Mann, Howard Barnes, Max Inman and Ruth Jordan.
Bronze Award (Young Adults 100-174 hours)
Mariah Lowe, Joseph Kearns, Derek Beal, Elijah Ghorley, Michael Lemaster, Angela Feiring, Carolyn Feiring, Donyale Holmes, Elizabeth Dupuis, Zachary Simpson, Elizabeth Decker, Zackary Smith, Timothy Younger and Joshua Dance.