Month: March 2019

Firefighter Sarah Hill, Division of Fire

Sarah Hill, Henrico County Firefigher
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Firefighter Sarah Hill was off duty in Hanover County when she noticed a female motorist in distress as she exited her vehicle on U.S. 301. Hill left her car and approached the woman, who explained that she might be having a heart attack. Hill began to assess the woman’s condition and spoke to her daughter […]

Officer Alex Danilovich, Police Division

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A longtime staff member at Brookland Middle School emailed to compliment School Resource Officer Alex Danilovich. She said she had never seen an officer so involved in the school and shared examples of his interactions with students, including some with disciplinary and legal problems. Using humor, sympathy and understanding, Danilovich allows students to see police […]

Stephanie Steele, Department of Finance

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A resident emailed to praise Stephanie Steele, a management technician in the Revenue Division of the Department of Finance. The resident said she had assisted in correcting his vehicle registration and was “very helpful, nice…AND very professional.” Great job, Stephanie!

School Resource Officer Josh Jarvis, Police Division

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In an email to Police Chief Hum Cardounel, a sergeant praised School Resource Officer Josh Jarvis for his work in mentoring a student. The sergeant noticed a bond between the officer and student during a field trip. The student also sent Jarvis a handwritten note of thanks and took a picture with him. “The importance […]

Officer Jenifer Gough, Police Division

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With frigid temperatures forecasted this winter, Officer Jenifer Gough stopped to give a kit of supplies, including hand warmers, toiletries and snacks, to a man who was panhandling at Brook and Parham roads. The simple act of kindness went viral on social media after a passerby noticed the interaction and sent a photograph to the […]

Department of Public Works

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Representatives of the East End, Evergreen and Woodland cemeteries wrote to thank Public Works for its help in clearing brush, fallen trees and trash from the historic cemeteries. Hundreds of volunteers worked to get the debris to the edge of a road before DPW crews collected and hauled it away. Great work, Public Works!
 
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