Honor Given To Pasco County Officer Corporal Anne Phillips.
Pasco County Officer Corporal Anne Phillips Honored.
These words are intended to Honor someone for their dedicated and consistent service over the years. Often times we Honor a person when they do something noteworthy. However sometimes we need to stop and take notice of character, consistency, support, feedback and the dedication one display’s day in and day out. Giving honor for good character should be an ongoing activity after all. It helps stimulate motivation and growth and we can never have too much of it.
“Render therefore to all their due: taxes to whom taxes are due, customs to whom customs, fear to whom fear, honor to whom honor.”
Corporal Anne Phillips Praised.
So how do you value, respect or prize someone who has earned respect? Just recently, I had the opportunity to speak with a good friend, who happens to be a Female Corrections officer and a Corporal working at the Land o’ Lakes Detention center in Pasco County Florida. Corporal Anne Phillips has worked in Detention for almost 15 years and spent much of that time working in booking. She was promoted to Corporal in 2008.
“For even the Son of Man came not to be served but to serve, and to give his life as a ransom for many.”
Pasco County Anne Phillips Great Servant.
Anne never mentions her accomplishments whether service from work, on the home front or through her Church. She has also served on the Sheriff’s Honor Guard for several years. You wouldn’t believe someone could maintain such a positive attitude working in a county jail atmosphere, but she is one in a million. Anne’s motivation comes from her husband and two children. She has deep honor and respect for God and all He says.
23 Whatever you do, work heartily, as for the Lord and not for men, 24 knowing that from the Lord you will receive the inheritance as your reward. You are serving the Lord Christ.
Pasco County Anne Phillips Loved.
Here are some of the things people who work with Anne say about her: “She is not afraid to get her hands dirty and work in the trenches.” “She has a good heart.” “What you see is what you get.” “Always serving.” “Great Corporal.” “Loving mother.” “Always put’s family first.” “Always stands for what’s right” “She rotates us fairly and evenly on the schedule and when you ask for help, she is there whenever she can be. She tries to keep a positive attitude so we can have a good work environment to work in,” Sergeant Hand says about Anne, “She’s Always trying to please people.”
I have been told “The greatest leaders, are the greatest servants.” A big “Thank you” Corporal Anne Phillips for being a great servant.