El Paso County Veteran Service Officer receives the 2022 Louis Nardini Award
Last updated 10/4/2022 at 3:36pm | View PDF
Marshall Bosworth, El Paso County Veterans Service Officer, received the 2022 Louis Nardini Award from the Colorado Veterans Service Officers Association.
The Colorado County Veterans Service Officers Association (CVSOA) annually presents the Louis Nardini Award to an Outstanding County Veterans Service Officer or a VSO staff member for recognition of outstanding performance and achievements. The award is named for Louis Nardini, a former Director of the Colorado Department of Veterans Affairs.
"It is an honor to receive this award," said Marshall Bosworth, El Paso County Veteran Service officer. "My efforts to assist veterans and family members at the local, state, and national levels would not be possible without the Veterans Services team. This award is a direct reflection on their dedication to assisting others and the hard work they put in each day."
Marshall Bosworth serves as the El Paso County Veteran Service Officer. He joined El Paso County Veterans Services in February 2012 and was appointed as the Veteran Services Officer in August 2018. Marshall retired from the U.S. Army serving over 25 years as a Combat Medic.
El Paso County is home to approximately 100,000 veterans. El Paso County's Veterans Service Office, with a staff of ten individuals, averages more than 6000 client contacts a month. U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs paid more than $863,000,000 in federal benefits to our local veterans in 2021.