Angie Kleinschmidt, vice president of operations for Bulverde, Texas-based Joshua Management, has received the 2009 Comal County Guardian Angel Volunteer of the Year Award. The award, given annually to a volunteer working with a non-profit agency, was presented to Kleinschmidt at the annual Child Abuse Prevention and Awareness Month kick-off luncheon on April 3.
On her days off, Kleinschmidt volunteers at the Children's Advocacy Center of Comal County, soliciting sponsorships and volunteers for children’s advocacy awareness and fundraising events. On Feb. 12, she gathered her family and other volunteers to fill 4,000 Valentine’s Day balloons that were sold to raise donations. She also organized a group to participate in a 5k Valentine’s Day race. Besides her commitment to the center, Kleinschmidt also volunteers time to the Canyon, Texas, chapter of the FFA (Future Farmers of America).
Kleinschmidt has been with Joshua Management for 10 years. The company provides self-storage services including third-party facility management, new-store startups, owner/employee training, marketing, independent auditing and management consulting.
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