Redford Township is taking a moment this Veterans Day to honor those who have served our country. Officials will host a ceremony thanking local veterans at 7:00 p.m. Friday, Nov. 11, at the Veterans Memorial in the Town Hall complex.
In addition, Redford would like to offer a heartfelt thanks to those veterans who currently work in Township offices, continuing their lifetime of public service. Current Township employees who have served our country include:
- Chuck Rohborn, U.S. Army (1961-1967)
- Township Clerk Garth Christie, USMC (1983-1993)
- John Burris, MI Army National Guard (1989-1998)
- Matthew Miller, USMC (1990-1994)
- Michael Dowling, U.S. Army (1984-1992)
- Police Chief Nicholas Lentine, USAF (1986-1994)
- Ryan Kensinger, USMS (2012-2016)
We thank you for your service to our country, and to Redford Township.
The Township also is working to memorialize past and present Redford residents who have served through the restoration and cataloguing of the Boards of Honor inside Town Hall. Anyone interested in having their name or that of a family member added to the plaques can email Supervisor Pat McRae at email@example.com for more information.
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BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS
Volunteer work is a rewarding experience. Volunteering allows you to meet new neighbors in our community as well as develop new skills or share a skill you may already have. Many organizations serve the Redford Township community and welcome volunteers to serve on an active board, commission or committee and to participate local events and activities. If you are looking for fun and interesting opportunities as a volunteer within Redford Township, please contact the Clerk's Office for more information (313) 387-2753
Drop off or mail to the Clerk's Office, 15145 Beech Daly or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Not all community business is handled by elected officials serving on the Board of Trustees or sitting in the offices of the Supervisor, Treasurer, or Clerk. In many instances, important business of Redford Township residents is handled by volunteers who serve on various community committees, boards, & commissions. These panels are charged with either upholding and applying specific provisions of local ordinances, or helping improve the quality of life in our community. DC