Madere and Sons Towing Makes Monetary Donation to PPSO Young Marines Program
On Tuesday, February 6, 2018, Madere & Sons Towing made a general donation in support of the Plaquemines Parish Sheriff’s Office (PPSO) Young Marines Program. Sheriff Gerald A. Turlich Jr. advised the generous $1000 donation will be allocated for preparations for the upcoming Young Marines “Delta” Class.
Chad Madere, Executive Officer of Madere & Sons Towing, along with Project Manager, Brian Champagne, were presented a Letter of Appreciation from Sheriff Turlich. “As we’re currently recruiting for our upcoming Young Marines “Delta” Class, this donation will be a tremendous help in purchasing uniforms and offsetting classroom expenses,” said Sheriff Turlich. “This is the second donation to the Young Marines program from Madere Towing in the past six months; we are truly grateful for their continual support.”
Madere & Sons Towing office is located in Belle Chasse with the dock located in Venice. They are an established leader in marine logistics, towing and barge rentals. Their sister company, Deep South Oilfield Construction, provides marine construction and has the area’s finest dock facility. The Young Marines Program is open to all youth, ages 8 through 18, and is currently accepting applications. Deadline for applications for “Delta” Class is February 16 as recruit training will begin on March 3, 2018. The Young Marine Program strengthens the lives of America’s youth by teaching the importance of self-confidence, academic achievement, honoring our veterans, good citizenship, community service and living healthy, drug-free lifestyle.
Lieutenant Chaun J. Domingue
Public Information Officer