Rod Kramer Receives Governor's Volunteer Award

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"The heart of a volunteer is never measured in size, but by the depth of the commitment to make a difference in the lives of others." - DeAnn Hollis

On June 25th, Rod Kramer, who serves IPI as a Production Coordinator at Anamosa was honored at the 40th Annual Governor's Volunteer Award Ceremony. The Governor's Volunteer Award is a special honor awarded to candidates who go above and beyond by volunteering their time and talent to help an agency or organization deliver on its mission. Rod was nominated by a co-worker at Anamosa State Penitentiary and received the award for his 29 years of service as a volunteer firefighter for the Farley Volunteer Fire Department. Rod was invited to the ceremony and received a certificate from Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds. 

"Rod has said many times that it takes all of the volunteers at Farley Fire and EMS to make it a success. It's a great group of people," said Farley Fire & EMS on social media.

Rod has been a part of the IPI team since 2017, and has proven himself to be a crucial part of our organization's success at Anamosa. We would like to congratulate Rod on the award and thank him for his outstanding service and commitment to his community!

Rod Kramer on stage receiving Governor's Volunteer Award from Governor Kim Reynolds

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