Each year Life Enforcement recognizes two volunteers who have exemplified what it means to be an inspiration in “Taking Care Of” our community. These are two volunteers that understand that “Life has no remote, so you have to get up and change it yourself. They are two volunteers who lead by example, in taking on many projects in the organization as we continue to inspire our community to “Take Care Of” others through Selfless Acts Of Kindness.

At Life Enforcement’s 2017 Friend’s and Family Christmas Dinner, Heather Nett was awarded the prestigious TCO’d Award, for her exemplary commitment to “Take Care Of” our community.

Pronounced “T-Code”, TCO’d refers to purposefully “Taking Care Of” one’s community through Selfless Acts of Kindness. And that is exactly what Heather Nett has continued to do since joining Life Enforcement. She’s even inspired her entire family to get involved in one way or another.

When asked why “Taking Care Of” others and spreading generosity is important to her, Heather Nett said, “I feel that it’s important for each of us to “Take Care Of” others because collectively it makes the community a more pleasant place to live and raise a family! Plus, I fully believe that if we continue to model TCO’d behavior it will become instinct for others to do so as well. Being presented with the TCO’d award was a wonderful recognition for the countless hours that I, and in turn, my family, have committed to make Fond du Lac a wonderful place to live.”

Another amazing member of the Fond du Lac community is Jennifer Lefeber, who was awarded Life Enforcement’s 2017 Outstanding Volunteer award!

Jennifer Lefeber is a Service Desk analyst in the IT Department at SSM Health, formally Agnesian. She is married with 2 wonderful children.

Jennifer Lefeber joined Life Enforcement and hit the ground running, taking on project after project. Jennifer Lefeber constantly made both herself and her family available for events, while embodying exactly what it meant to be dedicated to our mission.

When asked why “Taking Care Of” others and spreading generosity is important to her, Jennifer Lefeber said, ‘”Taking Care Of” others is important to me (because)
I love to help others in need, as it gives me a rewarding feeling knowing that I may have made someone else’s day, week or month. It’s a very rewarding feeling. It makes me happy to see other people happy.

I was beyond surprised, to receive the Outstanding Volunteer Award!!! I have never received an award before. It made me feel really good to know that my hard work and efforts were seen. And it will make me set another goal to work even harder this year.”

Congratulations to both Heather Nett and Jennifer Lefeber on their well deserved awards!

To proudly recognize past recipients of these amazing awards, Life Enforcement now have a Perpetual Plaque that recognizes past and present award winners. We are proud of our past recipients Donna Van Buren – 2016 TCO’d Award recipient, Lisa Mann – 2015 TCO’d Award recipient, Heather Nett – 2015 Outstanding Volunteer and Pat Hanke 2015 Outstanding Volunteer. This plaque will graciously be on display at Fond du Lac’s own Urban Fuel Coffee House.

Be Kind and #TCOdFDL!