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Gen. Honore

Creating a Culture of Preparedness

“On any given day, Mother Nature can break. You have to be prepared to be your own first responder when a natural disaster strikes.” -Lt. General Honoré Lt. General Russel Honoré (retired) served in the U.S. Army for more than 37 years. During his distinguished service to our country, the media dubbed him the “Category […]

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Lt. Gen. Russel L. Honoré Provides Tips on Staying Safe During Severe Weather

Severe fall and winter storms—whether late season hurricanes like Sandy, or blizzards and ice storms that can knock down power lines and trees– can provide a real challenge to families. Everyone needs to be prepared for a severe weather event by having critical supplies on hand (non-perishable food, potable water, flashlights, blankets, etc.) and access […]

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Why Homeowners Should Consider Emergency Backup Power

Last month, the 10-year commemoration of Hurricane Katrina served as stark reminder to many about the importance of preparedness. This month, National Preparedness Month continues to reinforce that message. Now is the time for homeowners to take a step back and assess their plan of action should severe weather strike. Tackling standard measures of preparedness like creating an emergency preparedness […]

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