Hal Haskins Honored by Governor of Virginia for United States Navy Service
March 25, 2014 (PRLEAP.COM) Politics NewsMarch 25, 2014 - Hal Haskins, a resident of Norfolk, Virginia, served in the United States Navy for over 20 years and recently retired from active military duty. Since his retirement from the United States Navy, Hal Haskins received numerous commendations and a number of honors and awards for his exemplary military service by the State of New York, the Commonwealth of Virginia and former President George W. Bush.
The Governor of Virginia issued the following statement about Hal Haskins in 2009, "Your efforts have helped promote, protect, and defend the basic principles and liberties of freedom and democracy enjoyed by the citizens of our great nation. The citizens of our Commonwealth and nation are grateful for your contributions."
"Serving my country for twenty years was a great honor and a tremendous privilege," says Hal Haskins, "I was blessed to stand alongside many brave men and women who put their country first and I look back with warm memories of my time in the United States Navy."
Hal Haskins is a skilled fabric worker with experience working at the Norfolk Naval Shipyard and he is a well-respected mentor actively involved in his local community.