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Officer Matt Stone Commended

by Chief John Moore
December 13, 2013

POLICE SERVICE AWARD


        United States Marine Corps Reserve Toys for Tots Program

 

 

Officer Stone,

It is with great honor that I extend this Department’s appreciation and admiration for your efforts over the last five years as this region’s Toys for Tots coordinator. Your dedication and persistence in leading this drive during the holiday season has brought public acclaim and a positive image to this Department and the Town of Holliston. But more importantly you have fulfilled the mission and goals of this giving program by sending a message of hope to the less fortunate children in society. Through your work in this charitable endeavor, along with the way you strive to deliver the best law enforcement service to all that you encounter on the job, you represent all that is good and decent in public service.

Thank you for upholding the high professional standards of this Department, thank you for caring about others in need without seeking credit, and please know that your good work is respected and commendable.

Sincerely,


Chief John J. Moore
 

 

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Comments (2)

Thanks Matt. Great job.

- Steve Bradford | 12/14/13 5:36 AM

Congratulations Officer Stone on this well deserved recognition and thank you for your service to our community!

- Mike Barone | 12/14/13 4:45 AM

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