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Broward County Government Commissioners Re-Elect Dale Holness and Commissioner Nan Rich sponsor #HumanRights Act at this week's #Broward County Commission meeting. The Broward County Human Rights Act secures all individuals within Broward County freedom from #discrimination because of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, marital status, #political affiliation, familial status, #disability, sexual orientation, pregnancy, or gender identity or expression, in connection with #employment, public accommodations, and #realestate transactions, and promotes the interests, rights, and privileges of individuals within #BrowardCounty. Read more below . . .
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National security touches all of us much more than we know. Colodny Fass Law recently learned that our own #paralegal Pat Kelleher McNab's son, Robert, was on his way home from a year-long U.S. Army deployment in #SouthKorea. A 20-year veteran Sargeant, Robert recently returned to his family in #FortHood, #Texas and joined his Mom to talk a bit with us:
Robert, are you retiring from the military? Has this been your only job? What’s next now that you’re home?
“Yes, I am going to retire from the Army in the next few years. I currently plan on doing 22 years and then pursuing a job in Human Resources. I am actively pursuing a Bachelor’s Degree from Ashford University and, of course, my major is #HumanResources #Management!
“The Army is all that I know. I have been on active duty my whole adult life. I have been deployed in support of Operation #IraqiFreedom and Operation #EnduringFreedom in 2003. I have also been deployed to #Kuwait four times and South Korea twice. The only other job that I have had was working at a Baskin-Robbins in high school.
“Now that I have returned from South Korea I am in-processing my next unit here at Fort Hood. I will continue to do my job as a Patriot Launcher Supervisor and likely be placed in a Platoon Sergeant role, where I will be in charge of 30 other soldiers and eight #Patriot Launching Stations.”
Pat, what’s it like to have a son 1) in the Army and
2) stationed in a dangerous place like South Korea?
“Sometimes I get nervous when he is deployed to certain regions overseas, but I just have to remember it’s his job and he is good at it. After all, he could just as easily be killed in a car accident.”
Robert, how do you think being in the military has changed you? Pat, how about you?
(Robert) “The #Army has changed me into the person I am today. I am a motivated young man with a brilliant future because of the Army.”
(Pat) “I am proud of the man my son has become. There was a time when many colleges were looking to recruit him into their football program. In fact, Robert was the fifth-leading rusher in #BrowardCounty. But during the first part of his senior year, he was severally injured. He was given the choice of giving up #football or never walking again without pain. That’s when his world came crashing down.
“But after graduation Robert came home several months later and announced he was going into the Army—I was elated to say the least—but afraid he would not make it through basic training with his injury. But, of course, he did!”
What do you think our fellow Americans should know about the military?
(Robert) “The #military life style is a different world. Our service members do not have much and struggle to make ends meet. So, be kind, giving, grateful and respectful to these brave men and women.”
Robert, do you have kids? A family?
“I am married to my wonderful wife of 17 years, Mrs. Ursula McNab. We have three beautiful children (Pat’s Grandkids): Zachary (18), Mackenzie (15), and Hannah (14).”
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