Murrieta Rotary announces recipients of vocational service awards

Award recipients
Recipients of the Rotary Club of Murrieta’s Vocational Service Awards were from left, David Irving of the Murrieta Police Department; Audrey Hale, accepting for her late husband Dean Hale of the Murrieta Fire Department; Natalie Boggs, special education teacher of the Murrieta Mesa High School; Leann Terlecki stroke coordinator of the Loma Linda University Murrieta, and Michelle Langstaff, perinatal clinical supervisor of Rancho Springs Medical Center. Valley News/Courtesy photo
MURRIETA – The Rotary Club of Murrieta awarded Vocational Service Awards to Murrieta fireman, policeman, a Murrieta Valley Unified School District high school teacher and two nurses during a luncheon, Monday, Jan. 27. The annual awards luncheon was held at Rancho Springs Medical Center’s Administration Conference Center and was attended by elected officials and community leaders. The Murrieta Fire & Rescue awardee was Dean Hale, who died Nov. 11, 1919, after battling job-related cancer for eight of the 12 years he served in Murrieta as a firefighter/paramedic. He served 29 years in firefighting. David Irving of the Murrieta Police Department was honored for his work in narcotics enforcement, holding offenders in post release compliance and as part of Murrieta’s Crisis Negot
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