Volunteer work makes Raymond Dow’s Human Element

By Staff Report
December 13, 2007 at 8:10 am  | Mobile Reader | Pring this storyPrint 

Volunteer work makes Raymond Dow’s Human Element
Billy Raymond, who was selected as Dow's Human Element for the month of November, started his career 27 years ago, and knows that by working with individuals to help them see different perspectives, through issues, keep focus on goals, and enhance the team's overall performance, he is contributing to Dow's business success.

 Raymond volunteers as a mentor to an elementary student, who he helps with school work and acts as a big brother. He is actively involved in his church and is a volunteer a local Credit Union.  He also lends a hand at several Dow sponsored volunteer activities like project KaBOOM where he volunteered to help build a playground for kids living in Killona

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