Carol Pastor is March 2017's RSVP volunteer of the month. She is part of the Coronado Police Department Senior Volunteer Patrol, and was nominated by RSVP Volunteer Coordinator, John Meyers, for her tireless service and dedication to giving back to her community. She serves on the Coronado RSVP Board providing insight and support for the ongoing growth and development of their programs, as well as serving as treasurer.
Carol can be counted on to volunteer for events and special details. She developed and coordinates the welfare committee which provides support to members in need of services. She organizes and plans the annual Coronado RSVP Recognition dinner, which has been a great success under her leadership.
Carol has been proactive in writing articles for the location newspaper highlighting volunteer activities and awareness and also recruiting new members. She has been instrumental in recruit training, both in the classroom and in the field, where her experience and knowledge has been tremendous asset to the program.
Despite her very full plate of volunteer activities, Carol is always there with a "can do" attitude, to lead or support all RSVP activities to ensure success. She is recognized throughout the Coronado Police Department as a person that can be counted on to help out as needed and deliver high quality results.
In addition to her dedication to Coronado PD, Carol diligently works on the Historical Preservation Commission, which reflects the City's cultural and historical heritage and enhances community character. She also serves as President of Friends of the library and runs the annual book fair in conjunction with the Coronado Floral Association's Flower Show.
Coronado is very fortunate to have someone like Carol, contributing so much time and experience. Congratulations and thank you Carol!