A hero is defined as someone worthy of imitation. A person of great strength and courage celebrated for bold exploits.
"Heroism is not just pulling a child from a burning house, or a driver from an icy river, or a kitten from a tall tree. Heroism is also holding a door for a frail elderly, and driving courteously and cooperatively, and listening with an attentive heart to a friend's words. Small daily acts of love are as heroic as big once-in-a-lifetime acts of rescue."
"One person can and does make a difference. In everyone's life at some time our inner-fire goes out. It is then burst into flame by an encounter with another human being. We should all be thankful for those people who rekindle the inner spirit."
There are heroes among us.
During the course of a typical day, extraordinary events occur within the ReDCo Group.
- People genuinely care for the well being of others.
- Individuals report to work with an eagerness and positive attitude.
- Community organizations collaborate with the ReDCo Group for the betterment of the community.
Corporate heroes reflect the achievement and success of our organization. This corporate heroes section is designed to celebrate accomplishments and to recognize the good works of those who in some way have influenced the ReDCo Group community.
Some people tend to float through life while others are very goal-directed and purposeful about the choices they make. Heidi Zacharias is of this second type.
Michelle Ambrose enjoys what each day brings.
Danny is 40 years old and lives in an apartment in Pottsville.
Her work often goes unnoticed... by others.
State Rep. Mario Scavello
Hero is most commonly defined as a champion of a certain cause or event.