Honoree: Mike Seth
Honored by: Huntington Beach Police Department
Cause Area: Law Enforcement & Public Safety
2016 Huntington Beach Police Department – Neighborhood Watch Program
MIKE SETH “VOLUNTEER OF THE YEAR”
When people are asked to describe Mike in one word, the word that is consistently used is dedicated. Mike is always one of the first people to arrive and the last person to leave. He assists the Community Relations Specialist with the monthly Neighborhood Watch Newsletter Assembly. He helps with organizing, distribution, and mailing. Not only does Mike tackle his job with gusto, but he is a disciplined and conscientious worker who is always available to do whatever it takes to get the job done. Often you will see him helping on the assembly line, or taking the time to kindly give helpful hints to new volunteers to ensure that all newsletters are properly prepared and mail-ready to take to the Post Office. He always works with quiet diligence, never with any expectations other than to meet the monthly deadline with a perfect product. He is always friendly, helpful and offers suggestions for improving the way to get the job done perfectly. You can always count on him to be there when needed. A dedicated person like Mike, who is on the job (for free) rain or shine, is definitely as asset to the Huntington Beach Police Department Volunteer program. Mike deserves to be chosen as HBPD Neighborhood Watch Program Volunteer of the Year as his persona, dedication and work ethics lead to being a valuable team player, and role model for others.