Company: 1) Florida Veterans Foundation 2) Veterans Memorial Center
Location: Merritt Island, FL
Merritt Island, FL, July 21, 2016, Robert Doyle, Director of District Five of the Florida Veterans Foundation and Operation Security Director of the Veterans Memorial Center, has been recognized by Elite American Military, for dedication, achievement and leadership in military service.
Mr. Doyle is fueled by the support of his family to continue working in veteran affairs and expanding programs for members. His three children, Danielle, William and Erin inspired him to keep going. Coupled with his military training, work ethic and discipline, Mr. Doyle has been active for more than 40 years, with the last five years especially focused in his work at the Florida Veterans Foundation and the Veterans Memorial Center. In these roles, Mr. Doyle intervenes and coordinates in inter-agency matters, handles day-to-day operations, oversees volunteers and community service individuals at the facility, assists in multi-agency matters and interviews paid employees.
Prior to joining his current positions, Mr. Doyle served as a commander with the American Legion. He observed that he could help more veterans on a statewide level rather than on just local levels. Mr. Doyle is reminded of how important his work is when reflecting on a personal career highlight, citing it as the first time he was able to obtain approval for an assistance package for a veteran in need. To prepare for working towards this goal and other similar goals, Mr. Doyle holds various military and law enforcement certifications. He is certified in crowd control management and in teaching firearms and tactical maneuvers to police and military personnel.
In addition to his work with the veteran’s associations and the American Legion, he has also been involved as the commandant of the Marine Corps League Detachment Marine Corps Heritage Society. He supports homeless veterans and volunteers with the Marine Corps Reserve’s Toys for Tots program. He has won national awards in competitive shooting. Mr. Doyle became involved in this area sue to his military and law enforcement service. Looking toward the future, Mr. Doyle intends to council as chair of the board or president, and continue to expand programs and services.
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