DUINO GIORDANO, CAPTAIN (RET)

CAPTAIN (RET), BOARD DIRECTOR

Duino is life long resident of Los Gatos. He enlisted in the 216th EIS unit, California Air National Guard, in December of 1966 serving 30 years of service in the Communication Systems Maintenance and Installation field. He retired at the rank of USAF Chief Master Sergeant. After being appointed a Police Reserve Officer with the Los Gatos/ Monte Sereno Police Department 1989 he was hired as full time police officer in 1970. He completed nearly 35 years of service with the Los Gatos/ Monte Sereno Police Department retiring in 2004 with his his last 11 years serving at the rank of Police Captain. Captain Giordano remains a resident in Los Gatos with his wife Jackie. He has volunteered for several service groups in Los Gatos and in 2012 he was the Board President of the Los Gatos Community Foundation. He is also a volunteer with the American Red Cross Emergency Response Team, responding on local and national disaster. He completed 7 weeks serving the needs of victims of Hurricane Sandy.

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