Steve Shorr is the RSVP volunteer of the month for October. He was nominated by Bill Simon, Administrator of the North Coastal Sheriff’s Station Senior Volunteer Patrol (SVP). Steve is a valued member of the SVP team and has been an active member since 2005. As their chief statistician, Steve works to ensure that daily patrol logs and monthly activity reports are prepared accurately and delivered to staff in a timely manner. Steve also serves as the chief scheduler, preparing schedules for the SVP patrols each month and updating them weekly as changes are needed. For the past seven years, Steve also has shared responsibility for the Thursday patrol. In this capacity, Steve organizes the patrol staffing and assigns personnel with specific tasks, including special assignments requested by the command staff. Steve also served as the station’s SVP recruiting coordinator from 2011 to 2017. Steve’s favorite volunteer activity is doing patrols as these duties are so different from those in his previous career as a certified public accountant. The patrolling also makes him feel good about helping his fellow North County residents. In addition to volunteering with the SVP program, Steve is also a driver for the City of Encinitas’ Out and About program. For that program, he drives an older adult with whom he has been matched to medical and banking appointments, and assists him with weekly shopping. Steve is the ultimate unsung hero. He is a modest gentleman who works quietly and without fanfare. His work is always accurate and he has a knack for highlighting other volunteers’ strengths. Although he does a lot of work behind the scenes, his impact is immense. The work he performs is vital to the smooth functioning of the North Coastal Sheriff’s Station SVP program. Thank you, Steve, for all that you do!