Coast Guard Auxiliarist Retires After 31 Years Of Service
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Coast Guard Auxilirist Leroy Homedew has retired after 31 years of service.
Homedew's retirement ceremony took place at Group/
After the end of the war, Homedew became a logger. Marriage and children demanded a more steady profession so he entered the insurance business and, after he retired, he joined the Auxiliary.
His Auxiliary accomplishments are many. He is a rated coxswain and can plot a course anywhere with pencil, plotter, and a navigational chart. Working out of
For the past five years, Homedew has been the lead man for the Auxiliary at the Coos County Safety Festival. Each of those years, auxiliarists have taught water safety to every 4th grade child in Coos County.
Chuckling, Homedew said "between Cub Scouts, ROTC, the
The USCG auxiliary was established by congress in 1939, with the over arching mission to contribute to the safety and security of citizens, ports, and waterways and coastal regions as directed by the
Anyone interested in joining the
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