By Kelly Starling
The AT&T Miami-Dade County PVSA recipients include: Sandra Barres, Anthony DeCario, Nattallie Edwards, Odette Espinosa, David Henry, Richard Horta, Pedro Jimenez, Jackie Monteagudo, Nazira Steward, Wayne Steward, and Robert Suarez.
The Broward County AT&T PVSA recipients include: Rob Arce, Michele Berg, Katania Bowers, Patricia Caruso, Aletha Collier, Anne DeLucca, Daphne Dilbert, Melissa Campo Duggan, Caroline Forbes, Paul Freeman, Sarah Herceg, Heidi Maller, Adam Marshall, Danny McCormick, Moya McFarlane, Steve Mitchell, Della Mores, Daniel Puckett, Susan Sidersky, Leigh Sirman, Sandy Thomas, and Ashley Weber.
This award recognizes individuals who demonstrate a commitment to volunteerism throughout the year. These local AT&T employees are among 155 AT&T employees statewide and 4,149 AT&T employees nationwide to receive this honor. They logged a minimum of 100 service hours last year, with many volunteering more than 500 hours.
“Our employee’s tremendous spirit of service is part of the fabric of our company. Their selfless contributions make our communities and our company stronger,” said Joe York, president, AT&T Florida. “We congratulate this year’s AT&T PVSA winners here in Florida and across the company, and we thank them for sharing.
Community service has been an integral part of our company culture for more than 100 years and takes many forms. Our employees help feed the poor, protect the vulnerable, mentor students, and serve veterans, among many other causes.