WORCESTER – Police officer Sean Lovely was presented with a special award on Tuesday from the District Attorney’s office.
Lovely, a 25-year-veteran of the Worcester Police Department, received the TEAM [Team Excellence and Merit] Award.
“Besides his work as a police officer, Sean is active in the community in a wide variety of ways,” said Worcester County District Attorney Joseph D. Early Jr. “It seems every time I turn around at community events I run into Sean. He’s the perfect choice to receive the second TEAM Award.”
The TEAM Award is presented monthly to law enforcement personnel and first responders who show great courage and embrace a team concept.
Beyond his work as a police officer, Lovely volunteers at the St. John’s Food for the Poor program, and is a board member at the Oak Hill Community Development Corporation and the Korean War Memorial.
He works with the Oak Hill CDC to put together the organization’s Halloween event,”HILL-O-WEEN,” for hundreds of children in the Providence Street neighborhood.
Lovely served in the U.S. Army with the 82nd Airborne Division during Desert Shield and Desert Storm operations.
Lead image credit: Worcester County District Attorney Joseph Early’s Office
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