November 20, 2014

Irene Reale Receives Association’s Jo Adcock Service Award

- Marcia Clark

chester couple receiving a service award

November 20, 2014 – The Association’s Client Services Committee presented the 2014 Jo Adcock Service Award to Irene Reale.

The Jo Adcock Service Award is presented each year to a volunteer who has proven leadership skills, provides outstanding service and commitment to the field of blindness and who has been volunteering for at least five years in the state of New Hampshire.

For the past 12 years, Irene has been making client satisfaction calls to the Association’s clients after their services have been completed. Each week, Irene comes to the Association and quietly gets the materials she needs and begins reaching out to our clients. She is dependable, reliable and dedicated, is independent in organizing her work and completes her volunteer duties with professionalism, proficiency and compassion. Over the past 12 years, Irene has contributed over 1,200 volunteer hours. We are lucky that she continues to share her skills and her time with us!

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Irene Accepting Award