By Bonnie Buol Ruszczyk
Most of you know us as the powerhouses at bbr marketing, but we also have lives outside of our work (at least a little bit). We are pretty proud of Bonnie’s husband, Paul, for his tireless volunteer search and rescue efforts in the community (and those of their cadaver dog, Barney, too). Now Paul’s employer, Time Warner, has recognized his work as well with the prestigious Richard D. Parsons Community Impact Award. Both Ruszczyks will be in New York the first week of June to participate in the ceremony. Congratulations and great work!
Turner Net Ops Employees Receive Richard D. Parsons Community Impact Award
Congratulations to Mike Rowell and Paul Ruszczyk of Network Operations, who have both been chosen to receive a Richard D. Parsons Community Impact Award. This award is one of the highest honors that Turner gives to its employees in recognition for making an extraordinary difference in their communities, either individually or collectively. They will each be honored on June 3rd at the Time Warner Center in New York.
Mike Rowell has been recognized for his devotion to the Sickle Cell Disease Association of America and The Sickle Cell Foundation of Georgia, as well as volunteering tirelessly for Open Hand.
Paul Ruszczyk has been recognized for his 14 years of unwavering commitment as a founding and active member of Alpha Team K9 Search and Rescue (ASTAR).
More to come on both of them and their ongoing commitment to these organizations in an upcoming article.
Kudos to Mike and Paul on these incredible achievements! May you continue making a difference in so many lives and inspiring others to do the same.