On Tuesday, September 18, 2018, First District Supervisor Hilda Solis, in partnership with the Los Angeles County Hispanic Managers Association and the Chicano Employees Association, recognized individuals who have provided significant contributions to the County.
Chief Deputy David Richardson Jr. was among the honorees who were celebrated at the Hispanic Heritage Month Reception, held at the Hall of Administration in downtown Los Angeles. Other honorees included: Dalila Alcantara, Lourdes Caracoza, Rodney Gutierrez, Antonia Jimenez, Dr. Armida Ornelas, and Hernan D. Vera.
Earlier in the day, Supervisor Solis publicly recognized this year’s group of honorees at the Board of Supervisors meeting, and presented each recipient with a commendation.
“During September 15th through October 15th, throughout the country, we celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month,” said Supervisor Solis. “In observance of the month, I have the pleasure of recognizing incredible individuals behind me…. to honor them for their many contributions to the County and also to our country. But, more importantly, to our communities and their own families.”
Congratulations to Chief Richardson for this special honor!