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Lyle Gordon one of six winners of community service award


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Douglas resident Lyle Gordon is among the first recipients of Cingo’s Circle & Shield award, a program launched this year to honor people in communities who help make the world a safer place.

 

“Cingo means to surround and secure — to protect. That’s what we do,” says Lanny Allgood, Cingo’s CEO. “We have a lot of respect for those who make protection a part of what they do, too, so we created this award to honor some of the quiet heroes in our community.”

 

Lyle Gordon, one of six recipients, spends his retirement days helping others create safe spaces with projects like building access ramps and repairing chairs. “I don’t do it for a pat on the back, I do it for that kind of reaction and knowing I did good,” he says.

 

Circle & Shield nominations can be submitted by members of the community or Cingo team members. Potential recipients are reviewed by Cingo’s Circle & Shield committee, and winners are announced approximately monthly. Cingo strives to honor those working under the radar of major donors and regular media coverage, seeking out those who work at the grassroots level of their communities.

 

“Everyone knows someone in their community who goes above and beyond with little credit or notice,” says Allgood. “We want to hear about those people and honor them.”

 

Cingo is a home service company with over 40 years of experience – owned and led by Lanny Allgood. The company offers pest protection and home inspection services throughout Georgia with offices in Atlanta, Augusta, Dublin, Douglas, and Savannah, as well as Charleston, South Carolina. Learn more at www.cingopest.com.

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