Raymond Proudly Recognizes Jack Mason For His Service with the Civil Air Patrol
Raymond is proud to recognize associate Jack Mason for his volunteer service with the U.S. Air Force Auxiliary Civil Air Patrol and for helping the community in a time of need during the recent storms in July.
Raymond is proud to recognize associate Jack Mason for his volunteer service with the U.S. Air Force Auxiliary Civil Air Patrol and for helping the community in a time of need during the recent storms in July. Jack has been with Raymond in the iWarehouse Group for seven years. His current role is as Information Security/Network Manager, and Jack also serves on the Information Security Council.
Jack has been volunteering with the Civil Air Patrol (CAP) since he was 13 years old, and he has now served for over 30 years. Jack became involved with the recent flood relief efforts on July 9 when a call was sent out to CAP squadrons that a mission had been initiated for disaster relief. There were thousands in Broome County without power due to downed trees and power lines caused by severe storms in the area. Jack and other CAP members reported to the East Maine Fire Company in Johnson City to hand out water and dry ice to those in need from 6:30 PM to 11:00 PM on the night of July 9.
Jack is a first lieutenant and a Squadron Commander with CAP. Jack appreciates the program for its dedication to building leaders of tomorrow, educating young people on character development, leadership skills, volunteerism, and respect.
We extend our appreciation to Jack for his volunteer service with CAP and for helping our community in times of need.
CAP cadets from the New York Wing Summer Encampment's graduation day at Straton ANG Base.