BRUNSWICK, Georgia: Darryl Toler, the most recent past president of the
Southeast Georgia Health System Brunswick Campus Auxiliary, was named
the organization’s latest Volunteer of the Quarter at the Auxiliary’s
quarterly luncheon held Thursday, Dec. 1, on the Brunswick Campus.
Toler, who to date is the only male to ever serve as the Auxiliary’s
president, traveled the world as a Naval Criminal Investigative Service
(NCIS) special agent for 26 years. After serving in such far-flung locales
as Okinawa, the Philippines, a Mediterranean-based aircraft carrier, and
Iceland, the North Carolina native received his final assignment at the
Federal Law Enforcement Training Center in Brunswick. Once in Brunswick,
he and his wife and fellow Auxiliary volunteer Joyce Toler decided to
put down permanent roots. After Toler retired in December 1993 as a professor
of criminal justice from what is now the College of Coastal Georgia, he
decided he needed to stay active by becoming a volunteer.
Toler volunteers in the Volunteer Office each Tuesday morning. In addition
to volunteering and fulfilling his duties as Auxiliary president, he is
a life deacon and Sunday school teacher at the First Baptist Church of
“Darryl is a tremendously dedicated volunteer who serves wherever
he is needed,” said Kristin Doll, director of volunteer services.
“His leadership skills and passion for helping others are a powerful
combination, making him an excellent choice as the Fall 2011 Volunteer
of the Quarter. Volunteers, from teenagers to seniors, work throughout
the Health System at both the Brunswick and Camden campuses, as well as
the Senior Care Centers in Brunswick and St. Marys. To find out more about
volunteering, contact Kristin Doll at 912-466-1071 or visit www.sghs.com.