A Presidential Letter of Appreciation (PLOA), or retirement letter, is a standard
letter of appreciation prepared by the White House and signed by the President
As President George W. Bush is no longer Commander in Chief, he is unable to
... If you would like to submit a request for a Letter of Appreciation for a civilian ...
www.public.navy.mil/bupers-npc/career/careercounseling/Documents/Former Presidential Letters of Appreciation.doc
To receive a letter of appreciation from a former U.S. President, use the contact
information below. Requests should include, at a minimum, full name and rank of
White House Greeting Requests. Thank you for your interest in requesting a
greeting from President and Mrs. Obama. The White House Greetings Office ...
Presidential Certificates of Merit, introduced for the first time in 1997, are awarded
annually at the discretion of the AALL President in recognition of exceptional ...
The Presidential Memorial Certificate expresses the nation's grateful recognition
of a veteran's service.
Please fill out the form below if you would like to request a letter of appreciation
from President Clinton for a retiring military member.
Presidential letters of appreciation from former presidents ... Administrative POCs
may request a letter from the White House for a civilian employee retiring with ...
I doubt you'll get any former president to sign a retirement certificate ... The
Current Commander in Chief will sign a certificate of appreciation.
PPC (RAS) issues three types of certificates: Retirement, Spousal Appreciation
and Presidential. We do NOT issue certificates to significant others, children or ...