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Craig resident Al Shepherd, 81, poses in his office at Shepherd & Sons Heating and Air Conditioning, Inc. with a certificate recognizing his 29 years of volunteer service to the 14th Judicial Community Corrections Board. Shepherd is a lifelong volunteer who first began serving the community as a 9-year-old Cub Scout.

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M2: Al Shepherd, volunteer for life

Craig resident Al Shepherd has sealed his legacy through volunteering

This month the Moffat County United Way honored a number of people in Craig who have made a difference in the community through serving others. Al Shepherd, 81, was one of the standouts. He’s been serving on the 14th Judicial Community Corrections Board since 1984 and is one of the longest tenured Moffat County government volunteers, second only to Owen Grant, who has been serving on the Moffat County Cemetery Board since 1978.


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