Frankie Kindle recognized for RSVP service years

Frankie Kindle

Tyler County's Frankie Kindle was recognized last week at the Nutrition Center in Woodville for her many years of volunteer service in the Retired and Senior Volunteer Program, and to Tyler County.
Deep East Texas Council of Goverments, better known to most folks as DETCOG, RSVP Director Pam Dunn praised Kindle for her work as an RSVP representative who has tirelessly advocated for the program. Many RSVP volunteers turned out for the event, which featured a meal provided by Elijah's Restaurant of Woodville.

DETCOG Executive Director Walter Diggles, Tyler County Precinct 1 Commissioner Martin Nash, and State Representative James White all praised Kindle for her volunteer work, and poked a little fun at her, as well, noting that Frankie isn't afraid to speak her mind when necessary.

Representative White presented Kindle with a flag that has flown over the state capital, as well as recognizing her for her volunteer service.