Letters of Recommendation



James E. Smith

1807 Midlothian Ct.

Vienna, Virginia 22182


March 25, 2013

To Whom It May Concern:

I have known Anthony Gomez for more than three years.  We worked together in two different programs in our congregation of the Bella Vista Ward of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.  First, we both were Assistant Scoutmasters in the Boy Scout troop where I had been serving for several years when he took up that position.  Second, he was Assistant Executive Secretary while I was the Clerk of the Bella Visit Ward.

In both of these assignments, Tony proved himself trustworthy, dependable, motivated and hard-working.  In the Scout troop he attended troop meetings and activities and, most importantly, related well to the youth with whom he was able to share his experience as a former active Boy Scout.  As an Assistant Executive Secretary, Tony was responsible for regular creation of the program bulletin for distribution before the weekly worship services and handle other issues as assigned.  To do this he had to attend meetings held very early on Sunday mornings and occasionally in the evenings during the week.  Tony was invariably courteous in his relationships with the older men with whom he worked.  He was dependable in his attendance at these meetings and in performing in a timely manner the tasks assigned to him.

Moreover, while carrying out these duties, Tony demonstrated his initiative and strong work ethic by balancing college classes and part time jobs.


James E. Smith

Mark A. Dickson, CPA

1100 Connecticut Avenue, NW

Suite 725

Washington, DC 20036-4160

(202) 223-1685

 To Whom It May Concern:

I am writing to recommend Tony Gomez.  I have known Tony for about fifteen years.  We are members of the same church congregation.   Tony has always been polite and kind.  He is professional and hard working.  I trust him.It has been great to watch Tony grow up.  He has developed talents and skills over the years that exceeded my expectations. I am thankful for his friendship.


Mark A. Dickson

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