The Alfred T. Moore Memorial
Volunteer Service Award
Alfred (Tom) Moore served as a long-time volunteer at the Lee County Emergency Management Agency and distinguished himself through service to the entire profession of Emergency Management and the citizens of Alabama. Tom’s extensive knowledge and experience with siren hardware and communications were instrumental in the creation of the first storm-based polygon siren activation system in the US, the Weather Message Siren Controller which was developed by Danny Lloyd. Tom was a respected HAM Radio enthusiast and worked tirelessly recruiting and training amateur radio technicians to the Alabama Skywarn organization.
Alfred T. Moore Memorial Volunteer Award: Qualifications: Recognizes a volunteer who has demonstrated loyalty, a willingness to serve at a moment’s notice in an emergency needing their assistance and serving in a volunteer capacity for at least 5 years. One award may be presented each year. Please provide supporting details, photographs, etc. that illustrate these qualities in your nominee.