MISSION, TX — This past weekend, Commissioner Everardo “Ever” Villarreal of Precinct 3 proudly bestowed the Precinct 3 Heroes Award for the month of November upon Mr. Savas Sandoval, a remarkable 101-year-old World War II veteran. This recognition is part of Precinct 3’s ongoing commitment to acknowledge acts of heroism and kindness within our community.
The Precinct 3 Heroes Award aims to spotlight individuals who, like Mr. Sandoval, have made outstanding contributions to the betterment of our community through selfless actions and a commitment to service. In honoring a World War II veteran, Commissioner Villarreal underscores the importance of recognizing those who have dedicated their lives to the principles of courage, sacrifice, and community spirit.
Commissioner Villarreal expressed his gratitude and admiration for Mr. Sandoval, stating, “In presenting the Precinct 3 Heroes Award to Mr. Savas Sandoval, we not only acknowledge the valor and sacrifices made during World War II but also celebrate a lifetime dedicated to service. Mr. Sandoval’s exemplary commitment to our country and community is an inspiration to us all. Through the Precinct 3 Heroes Award, we aim to shine a spotlight on such unsung heroes, fostering a spirit of kindness and selflessness that can resonate throughout our community.”
The Precinct 3 Heroes Award campaign aligns with Commissioner Villarreal’s overarching goal to inspire others to engage in acts of goodwill and community service. By recognizing individuals like Mr. Sandoval, Precinct 3 seeks to create a ripple effect of positive change, encouraging residents to contribute to the well-being of our community.
For more information, contact Precinct 3 at (956)585-4509