Bob Crowe Recognized as Volunteer of the Game

Contact: Katie Gallagher (406) 444-1718
For Immediate Release
October 25, 2013

Media Advisory

Bob Crowe  Recognized as Volunteer of the Game

HELENA, MT- The Governor’s Office of Community Service will recognize Bob Crowe, of Miles City, as the “Volunteer of the Game” during Saturday’s Bobcat home football game.

Who: Bob Crowe
What: Volunteer of the Game
When: Saturday, November 16, 2013. Game starts at 4:05p.m. MST
Where: Bobcat Stadium, Bozeman
Note: Bob Crowe will be recognized at the game, but will not be in attendance.

Bob Crowe is being recognized for his volunteer contributions at the State Veterans’ Home in Miles City. A paratrooper in World War II, Bob made numerous jumps into combat situations. After his military service, he was a smokejumper with the U.S. Forest Service in Montana until 1949 and worked many years for the Montana State Forestry. Bob acted as the District Commander for District 10 of the American Legion of Montana and has volunteered at the Miles City Veterans’ Affairs (VA) Community Based Outreach Clinic and Nursing Home for over 18 years. In the past, Bob drove veterans from Eastern Montana over 700 miles roundtrip to their medical appointments at the Ft. Harrison Medical Center in Helena. He still walks daily to volunteer at the Veterans Home.

The Governor’s Office of Community Service is recognizing community volunteers at home games throughout the 2013 Bobcats’ football season.

The Governor’s Office of Community Service expands and promotes national service and volunteerism in Montana and engages citizens in service and emergency preparedness.


Katie Gallagher
Grant Coordinator
Governor’s Office of Community Service
Phone: (406) 444-1718



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