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The Secretary’s Award for Volunteer Service 2020

The 2020 Secretary’s Award for Volunteer Service recognizes significant contributions by DHS employees who serve as volunteers with non-profit or community service programs that provide sustained and meaningful results for individuals, or the greater public good.

Recipient of the Secretary’s Award for Volunteer Service 2020 for amazing selfless and exceptional volunteerism with his church and various other community programs.
Raymon J. Loa
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Raymon J. Loa

United States Customs and Border Protection

For amazing selfless and exceptional volunteerism with his church and various other community programs including as an assistant scout master for Boy Scout Troop 65; a religions education teacher; an officer for his Knights of Columbus chapter; volunteer for the All-Star show for special needs children; an archery coach for 4-H shooting sports; and coaches his children’s t-ball, baseball and basketball teams.

Recipient of the Secretary’s Award for Volunteer Service 2020 for his sustained service on the Portsmouth Virginia Criminal Justice Board, mayor’s military affairs committee, and sheriff’s office, and since the start of the pandemic has spent weekends securing food banks and farmers markets to ensure that best health practices are followed to reduce risk of disease transmission.
James Kelso Cullen II
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James Kelso Cullen II

United States Coast Guard

For his sustained service on the Portsmouth Virginia Criminal Justice Board, mayor’s military affairs committee, and sheriff’s office, and since the start of the pandemic has spent weekends securing food banks and farmers markets to ensure that best health practices are followed to reduce risk of disease transmission.

Last Published Date: December 17, 2020

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