Friday, December 30, 2016
Barry Donadio, formerly of the U.S. Secret Service and current President of Public Security LLC is now teaching the use of pistols to Maryland residents.
Sunday, December 25, 2016
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Friday, November 11, 2016
On September 28th 2016, Barry Donadio was interviewed by The Bay Times Newspaper of Stevensville, Maryland. When Reporter Doug Bishop asked him what could be done to ease rising tension in the U.S., Donadio replied " Doing one positive act towards others outweighs a thousand negative acts. "Barry Donadio is no stranger to racial tensions. He served in various law enforcement positions in New York City, Long Island, Maryland, and in the military. His experience in law enforcement stems as far back to 1989. Now, he is the CEO of a high end private security firm which responded to the recent riots in Baltimore.
In 2014, he was elected to the Queen Anne's County Republican Central Committee in Maryland. There, he lead an effort to bring minorities to the Republican party and break the label that this party is anti-minority.
Immediately after Donald Trump was elected to President of the United States, Barry Donadio is again calling for positive acts to dampen any division between races in the country.
"Our country is heading for a massive period of transition. Now is the time for all of us to come together."
"I am calling on all Americans to perform acts of good towards one another regardless of race or political affiliation." " It is time for us to unite under the red, white and blue colors of the United States flag and to move forward together as a nation."
Wednesday, November 9, 2016
Sunday, September 11, 2016
Friday, September 9, 2016
Tuesday, September 6, 2016
In 2016, Barry Donadio stated "My response to the crash began from a tiny ambulance garage in New York. I was an Emergency Medical Technician with the East Moriches Community Volunteer Ambulance. From that ambulance garage, we responded to the East Moriches Coast Guard Station. Once there, we first though that we would be tending to survivors. As boats brought the bodies of the victims to the Coast Guard Station we began to realize the horrible reality. There was that not even one person that survived the crash. Death did not discriminate on that terrible night. Men, women and children of all ages perished. It did not matter what race or religion they were, they were all taken that night."