Volunteers Receive Recognition

In 2021 Attorney General Ashley Moody announced the five Super Senior Sleuths of the Seniors vs. Crime Project for 2020-2021, they were

  • Roberta (Bobbie) Conrad, volunteer at the Navarre office;

  • David Linderman, volunteer at the Clermont office;

  • Brooke Roberts, volunteer at the West Polk-Lakeland office;

  • Frank Starnella, volunteer at the West Palm Beach office;

  • Jacque Terry, volunteer at the Flagler office.

Attorney General Moody also announced that David Linderman was selected as the 2020-2021 Seniors vs. Crime Advocate of the Year!

David is the inaugural manager of the Clermont Seniors vs. Crime office, and he continues to serve as its leader more than eight years later. With a background in forensic accounting, his experience has proven extremely valuable—not only to Seniors vs. Crime, but also to the Lake County Sheriff’s Office, where he assists law enforcement with complex financial investigations. Video: Florida Attorney General Staff via Utube

Video: Florida Attorney General Staff via Utube

Attorney General Ashley Moody presented Seniors vs. Crime volunteer Bryan Lifsey the 2018-2019 Advocate of the Year Award for working to protect seniors from scams.

Attorney General Ashley Moody said, “I am thrilled to present our inaugural Senior Sleuth Advocate of the Year Award to Bryan Lifsey. Bryan volunteers his time with our Seniors vs. Crime Program to help seniors and stop scams targeting older Floridians at our regional office in The Villages. Florida is lucky to have such dedicated volunteers like Bryan, our other Super Senior Sleuths and every volunteer who gives their time and talents to help our office protect vulnerable Floridians.”

Lifsey continues to serve as a Senior Sleuth, volunteering since 2006. Lifsey manages The Villages office and is a veteran of the U.S. Army. Photo: Florida Attorney General Staff

Super Senior Sleuths are taking extraordinary steps to assist consumers through Attorney General Moody’s Seniors vs Crime Project. Five volunteers were recognized as Super Senior Sleuths. Attorney General Moody (3rd from right) presented each of these volunteers an award. The five Super Senior Sleuth honored were (listed in order left -right):

  • Alan Campbell, North Miami Beach Office

  • Jay Todras, West Polk County Office

  • Bryan Lifsey, Sumter County Office

Attorney General Ashley Moody

  • Kim Mitchell, Tallahassee office (absent represented by Director Judy Erdl )

  • Chuck Sheehan, Fernandina Beach office ;

Photo: Florida Attorney General Staff

Volunteers in Sun City Center discuss letter of appreciation from the Attorney General Photo: The Observer News, all rights reserved

During a recent training session, Director Steve Renico (Left) awarded three volunteers Awards of Excellence: (Left-righ) Brian Lifsey, Yolanda Sheerin and Royce Robbins. Photo: Villages-News.Com, all rights reserved