Two from Fluvanna honored as hometown heroes

The Fluvanna winners were Jorge Rosario of Palmyra and Mike Sheridan of Kents Store, according to a press release from the law firm.

The person who nominated Rosario described him this way: “Jorge believes in giving back to the community. Over the years, he has held charity events to help Habitat for Humanity, the Children’s Hospital, and several individuals with serious illnesses. Jorge has done whatever he could to support and help local businesses survive during the recession. “He is the type of person who is willing to help everyone, whether he knows them or not,” says his nominator.

The person who nominated Sheridan described him this way: “If you need help, all you have to do is ask Mike and he will be there,” writes his nominator. Outside of his job as a coach and teacher at Fluvanna Middle School, Mike is able to fit in at least 40 volunteer hours a week. A great asset to Fluvanna County, he is founder of Helping Hands in Fluvanna, a volunteer firefighter, and a leader of his church’s youth ministry. In the community, Mike serves as a father figure to many children who don’t have a father and is viewed by many as an angel sent to protect, comfort, and lead Fluvanna.”

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