Stacy Kehoe Receives 7 Seals Award

Sunday, November 12, 2017
Stacy Kehoe with Captain Billy Hewitt, USN (Ret)
Stacy Kehoe with Captain Billy Hewitt, USN (Ret)

Captain Billy Hewitt, USN (Ret) awarded Stacy Kehoe the Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve "7 Seals" award on Saturday at the Veteran’s Salute and Information Fair at the TN Armory on Holtzclaw. 

According to the ESGR website, "The Seven Seals Award is presented in recognition of significant individual or organizational achievement, initiative, or support that promotes and supports the ESGR mission, to include the efforts of the more than 4,500 volunteers who carry out ESGR's mission across the Nation on a daily basis."   

Ms. Kehoe has served the military community in the Chattanooga-area for the past 9 1/2 years.  Her commitment and involvement in the Judge David Campbell Chapter, TSDAR, United States Naval Sea Cadet Corps, the Greater Chattanooga Navy League Council, the Chattanooga Area Veteran's Council, and the Southeast TN Coalition have provided as resources for Ms. Kehoe to become involved in multiple ways.  



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