WATCH: Replay of the Space Coast Public Service Awards From the King Center
By Wayne Ivey, Brevard County Sheriff // September 25, 2016
SPACE COAST PUBLIC SERVICE HALL OF FAME
ABOVE VIDEO: Watch the replay of the Space Coast Public Service Awards from the King Center.
BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – I want to personally thank everyone for their interest in the upcoming First Annual Public Service Awards and Hall of Fame Gala, set Saturday at the King Center for the Performing Arts on the Campus of Eastern Florida State in Melbourne.
The Space Coast Daily Awards Committee has reviewed an incredible list of nominations and will be recognizing 110 extraordinary Space Coast Public Servants during this very special event.
While a list of this year’s honored award recipients is listed below, this event is truly about honoring all of those who protect and serve our community and nation each and every day!
The purpose of this event is to celebrate the value and virtue of the highest standards of public service to our community, recognize the sacrifice and efforts of public servants, while encouraging future generations to pursue careers in this important sector.
These highly prestigious awards will recognize and honor our dedicated public servants who have served with distinction, selflessly serving our community, and whose work can be viewed as models of public service within and outside the work environment.
They have poured their talents, time and resources into helping and improving the lives and future of others.
Who will be inducted into the first class of the Space Coast Public Service Hall of Fame?
Make sure to attend the Awards Gala, which will be held Saturday, September 24 at the King Center for the Performing Arts. Six of these outstanding Lifetime Achievement Award Honorees will be inducted into the 2016 Class of the Space Coast Public Service Hall of Fame.
LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT HONOREES
2016 AWARD RECEIPIENTS
2-1-1 Brevard, Kay Adams, Roger Alexander, Paul Alfrey, Commissioner Jerry W. Allender, Deputy Marcos Allende-Villafane, American Police Hall of Fame Museum, Dr. Robert Anderson, Dr. Lance Armstrong, Deputy Patrick Arquette, Associated Builders & Contractors, East Coast Chapter, Commander John Blackledge, Al Boettjer, Brevard Neighborhood Dev. Coalition, CEO William Brown, Dr. Anthony Cantanese, Tina Casey, Lieutenant Fran Cirillo, Chief Deputy Ron Clark, Agent Richard Clements, Tara Cotton, Tom Darnell, Glen Davis, Lindsey Deaton, Michelle DeVoss, Alan Diamond, Doctors Goodwill Foundations, Matt Dolin, Melanie Drake, Chief Fred Fernez, Lieutenant Stephen Fernez, Tiffiny Fleeger, Sergeant Don Frantzen, William “Bill” Gary, Representative Tom Goodson, Grandparents Raising Grandchildren, Ryan Hammett, Jim & Cynthia Handley, Judge John Harris, Harris Corporation, Cheryl Hecky, A.J. Hiers, Mark Hobbs, Justin Holmes, Wayne Holmes, David Hosley, Keith Houston, Trevor Howard, Don Hughes, Judy Hurst, Dasia Johnson, Anthony Jordan, Dr. Maxwell King, Chief Joseph LaSata, Bill Latza, Mike Lawrence, Courtney Lee, Charles Lemmon, Lieutenant Dale Little, Judge A B Majeed, CEO Gary Malaer, Agent Joseph Martin, Captain Jon McBride, Linda McGrew, City Manager Jim McKnight, Colonel Danny McKnight, Stevie McRay, Sheriff Claude “Jake” Miller, Sunshine Miller, Brig. General Wayne Montieth, Kendall Moore, J. Randall Moore, Commander Alan Moros, Sergeant First Class Melvin Morris, Breanna Moseley, Charlie Nash, Patricia Nash-Ryder, Gary Neal, Jean Palmer, Dr. Peter Pappas, Mark Peters, Rocky Randels, Robert Rose, Jason Rowley, Chief Dave Sargeant, David Schmitt, Aubrey Schollmeyer, Larry Schultz, Gary Shiffrin, Agent Casey Smith, Agent Michael Spadafora, Guy Spearman, Mary Ann Sterling, Thomas Taaffe, Christine Tate, Lieutenant Channing Taylor, George Taylor, Sr., Dr. Elizabeth Thedy, Eric Tippins, Venetta Valdengo, Dennis Vannorsdall, Robert Waller, Pastor Jarvis Wash, Lt. Commander Stephen West, County Manager Stockton Whitten,Katrina Wilson, Rachad Wilson, Mike Wimberly, State Attorney Norm Wolfinger, Women’s Center, Dr. Carlos Woodward, Sherryl Worst, Deputy Nicholas Worthy, Wuesthoff Health System.
This year’s program is being presented by Space Coast Daily who developed the idea of recognizing those who sacrifice and contribute so much to our communities. The reception begins at 6 p.m. with heavy Hors D’oeuvres. The Awards Program will immediately follow at 7 p.m.
We have a wonderful list of financial and food sponsors who are making sure this night is special for the award recipients and guests. Presenting sponsors include Fuccillo KIA of Merritt Island, Space Coast Daily, Brevard County Sheriff’s Office, First Choice Medical Group, Southeast Petro, Community Champions, Loyd Contracting and Frogbones Family Shooting Center.
All proceeds from this event benefit the Brevard County Public Safety Charity, and any donations to this worthy 501(c)(3) are greatly appreciated. To learn more about this charity, please visit the charity website BCSOcharity.org . The Public Safety Charity is a non-profit that provides direct support to Public Safety members and their families during their time of need.
We sincerely hope you will be able to join us as the award recipients are recognized.
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Children 12-years-old and under are complimentary and do not need to register. Please e-mail Katrina Wilson at email@example.com or call her at 321-403-5770 if you have any questions about registration or need additional information about the event.
We look forward to seeing you on September 24. Thank you for your generosity and helping make Brevard County such a wonderful place to live, work and raise our families.
ABOVE MAP: The Awards Gala will be held Saturday, September 24, at the King Center for the Performing Arts located at 3865 N. Wickham Road in Melbourne.
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