FBI Director James Comey has commended Paula Samms, director of the Lewis and Clark County Child Advocacy Center, for her assistance in investigations.
In a brief ceremony March 14 at AWARE Inc.’s offices in Helena, FBI agent Kevin Damuth presented Samms with a commendation letter signed by the FBI director.
Comey’s letter reads: “In recognition of your outstanding assistance to the FBI in connection with its investigative efforts. Your cooperation was of immeasurable help to our representatives. I share their gratitude for your support, which assisted them in carrying out their responsibilities. You can take pride in the role you played in the success achieved, and my associates and I congratulate you on a job well done.”
Agent Damuth said he and FBI Victim Specialist Jeannette Miller, along with other FBI representatives from the Bureau’s Helena office, wanted to recognize Samms for her work and cooperation on cases throughout the agency.