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ESGR in the News
Windward Vision Center doctors honored with Department of Defense Patriot Awards
KANEOHE, Hawaii – Drs. Stuart Machida and Kari Chang, owners of Windward Vision Center, were each presented with Patriot Awards Dec. 9 in recognition of their continued support provided to Nicole Dedrick, a spouse of a Hawaii Army National Guard soldier. The award was presented by ESGR volunteer, Bob McKaig.
“ESGR is a Department of Defense program in Washington, D.C. whose primary mission is to encourage cohesive relationships with civilian employers and our Guardsmen & Reservists. In addition, we provide USERRA briefings to our service members to ensure they know their rights and responsibilities under the law that protects their jobs when they return from a service period. When we are out talking to them, we also talk about the opportunity to recognize their employers for superior support of their membership in the Guard & Reserve because they can’t do what they need to do without a solid foundation – at home and at work. Supervisors like Machida and Chang understand the difficulties a spouse endures when the other spouse is called away for military duty. Their understanding in allowing for flexibility in scheduling work and time off, demonstrates great care for their employee”, stated McKaig.
ESGR, a Department of Defense program, seeks to foster a culture in which all employers support and value the employment and military service of members of the National Guard and Reserve in the United States. For more information about ESGR outreach programs or volunteer opportunities, call (800) 336-4590 or visit www.ESGR.mil.
Pictured L-R: Bob McKaig, Dr. Kari Chang, Nicole Dedrick and Dr. Stuart Machida
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