2019 Valor Awards Winners Announced
October 1, 2019
WINCHESTER – The Top of Virginia Regional Chamber announced the 2019 Valor Awards Winners. The Valor Awards Ceremony will be held on Nov. 1 at the Clarion Inn and Conference Center from 5:30-8:30 p.m.
Categories for this year’s Valor Awards include the Citizen’s Award, Lifesaving Award, Unit Citation, Meritorious Action Award and Bronze, Silver and Gold Medals of Valor. The awards acknowledge heroic acts during the time period of July 1, 2018 to June 30, 2019. Winners remain anonymous to which award they have received prior to the night of the event.
This years recipients of the Valor Awards are:
- Private citizens Robert Fowler and Christian Morales.
- Seth Fox, Dan Wall and Jim Henry of Shea Homes.
- Joshua Wilkins of Winchester Scrap Yard.
- Frederick County Sheriff’s Office Deputy Eric C. White, Lt. Warren Gosnell, Deputy G.W Umbel and Investigator J.J. Hackett.
- Winchester Emergency Communications Lead Emergency Communications Specialist Terri Mellott.
- Winchester Fire and Rescue Department Lt. Timothy Vaught, Paramedic Adam Beahm and Firefighter Tyler Tugman.
- Winchester Police Department Corporal Keith Nixon, Lt. Brian King and volunteer Tony Eye.
The 2019 Valor Awards Ceremony is open to the public but reservations are required in advance. Cost of attendance is $50 per person and tickets are available for purchase at the Top of the Regional Chamber online.
Janet Michael of the Valley Today discussed the Valor Awards Ceremony with TVRC Director of Program Development Jody Wall on Sept. 25. Check out the full episode here.
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