Hodell hon­ored for ser­vice

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CEN­TRE­VILLE — Dr. Chuck Hodell was hon­ored by the Queen Anne’s County Com­mis­sion­ers on Tues­day, Nov. 8, with a procla­ma­tion not­ing his years of vol­un­teer ser­vice to the county.

Hodell served as the first Ra­dio Ama­teur Civil Emer­gency Ser­vice Of­fi­cer for the county, where he demon­strated his value in pub­lic as­sis­tance by pro­vid­ing emer­gency ra­dio com­mu­ni­ca­tions.

He has do­nated hun­dreds of hours to­wards en­sur­ing Queen Anne’s County has a vi­able back-up solution in the event of a cat­a­strophic fail­ure of, or dam­age to, its emer­gency ra­dio sys­tem. As such, he has re­ported for al­most ev­ery Emer­gency Op­er­a­tions Cen­ter Ac­ti­va­tion and has spent many hours run­ning emer­gency com­mu­ni­ca­tions net­works dur­ing these ac­ti­va­tions.


Queen Anne’s County Com­mis­sion­ers hon­ored Dr. Chuck Hodell Nov. 8 for his years of vol­un­teer ser­vice. From left are Com­mis­sion­ers Jim Mo­ran and Steve Wil­son, Hodell, and Com­mis­sion­ers Mark An­der­son and Jack Wil­son.

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