Queen’s Jubilee Medal For Surrey Sheriff Major Rasaode


SURREY – Well known community person Major Singh Rasode, who has been a sheriff in Surrey since 2001, was honoured with a Queen’s Jubilee Medal recently.

An active community person, Rasode has raised large amount of money for many organizations and has been on the Miracle maker panel of BC Children’s Hospital, Cops for Cancer, and many other charities

He has also been involved in many community events as well including the Food drive for Surrey food bank, fundraiser for Haiti earthquake, Pakistan relief fund, Heart and Stroke, Surrey and Peace Arch Hospital, BC Autistic Society

“I have also been hosting a Annual Soccer tournament for the last 11 years in memory of my two younger brothers, who passed away at very young age due to a heart attack while playing sports,” Rasode said.

“At the tournament we send a strong message to the youths to Respect yourself, your family and to stay away from drugs and gangs. I have brought in key prominent members of the community such as provincial court judge Ken Ball, Attorney General Wally Oppal, drug addiction doctor, professional soccer player Bob Lenerdozzi, head of the drug and gang task force Kash Heed and many others.”