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Local Red Cross volunteers recognized

Six volunteers with the Sacramento-Sierra Chapter of the American Red Cross received awards recently:

John (not pictured) and Agnes Mae Drew received the Joyce Raley Teel Humanitarian

Philanthropist Award. It is given to a donor or donors who has demonstrated exceptional

philanthropy to the Sacramento Sierra Chapter. 

Jim McColm received the Linda Brandenburger Legacy Leadership Award. It celebrates

an individual who has provided significant leadership to the chapter’s estate and gift planning efforts.

DST Output accepted the Frank Corti Fund Development Award by Board Member Bill Kohrummel

who is the Director of Operations for DST Output. The Award is presented to an individual or

organization that has demonstrated exceptional leadership in coordination, motivation

and successfully completing fund-raising efforts for the chapter

Diane Thomas accepted the Linda Brandenburger Legacy Leadership Award which celebrates

an individual who has provided significant leadership to the chapter’s estate and gift

planning efforts.

Sandy Stultz received the Clara Barton Award. It honors an individual who has served in leadership

positions over a number of years enabling the Red Cross to contribute valuable services to the

community through personal expertise, leadership, cooperation and constructive guidance.

John McGinness, Sacramento County Sheriff and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Turner present the Henri Durant Award to Steve Turner (second from

right). The Henri Dunant Award recognizes an individual who has demonstrated exceptional performance and extensive personal commitment

to a specific service or project.  The individual must show leadership in identifying and assessing needs in the community and organizational

barriers to reaching the community.

Photos | Kati Garner, American Red Cross

About the American Red Cross:
The American Red Cross shelters, feeds and counsels victims of disasters; provides nearly half of the nation’s blood supply; teaches lifesaving skills; and supports military members and their families. The Red Cross is a charitable organization — not a government agency — and depends on volunteers and the generosity of the American public to perform its humanitarian mission. For more information, please visit www.redcross.org or join our blog at www.redcrosschat.org.

 

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