Michelle Flowers, Titusville Police PD Victim’s Advocate, Named NAACP 2016 Unsung Hero Honoree

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Michelle Flowers, Titusville Police Department Victim’s Advocate, has been named a NAACP 2016 Unsung Hero Honoree

BREVARD COUNTY • TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA–Michelle Flowers, Titusville Police Department Victim’s Advocate, has been named a NAACP 2016 Unsung Hero Honoree.

Michelle was recognized at the 33rd Annual Banquet on Saturday October 1st2016.

The event was hosted by the North Brevard County Branch of the NAACP at the Space Coast Convention Center in Cocoa, Florida.

The honor was presented to Michelle by Banquet Chairperson, Sonya Mallard, and North Brevard NAACP President, Randle B. Clay, because of her tireless work within the community and most recently, her selfless dedication and compassionate efforts for the victims of the Pulse Night Club Shooting in Orlando.

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“Our department is extremely proud to see Michele recognized, her dedication over the past 11 years has helped give a voice and empowerment to thousands of victims”, said Deputy Chief Todd Hutchinson, who attended the event.

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The honor was presented to Michelle by Banquet Chairperson, Sonya Mallard, and North Brevard NAACP President, Randle B. Clay, because of her tireless work within the community and most recently, her selfless dedication and compassionate efforts for the victims of the Pulse Night Club Shooting in Orlando

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