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July is a month that gives us the opportunity to think about freedom, not only as the gift that we received from our forefathers, but as something we need to use wisely and preserve for future generations.

Freedom is not free, it comes with responsibility and commitment but is the perfect environment to build our dreams. Enjoy it!

  Richard Aparicio

Richard Aparicio was born and raised in East Los Angeles, CA. He graduated from Theodore Roosevelt High School in 1995 and went on to the University of California, Irvine where he earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology with a Minor in Education in 2000. Richard went on to earn a Master of Arts degree in Sociology from California State University, Los Angeles and in 2008 he eventually earned another Master’s degree in Public Administration from California State University, Dominguez Hills. In 2008 to the present time, Richard has earned several certificates in Human Resources Management.

While Richard is not vigorously working for RMI, he enjoys playing baseball on several different leagues. Richard is very approachable and is always willing to listen to those who may need some sort of guidance or direction. This is reflected in the time that he shares with his family and friends.

Richard is very proud of the quality service RMI provides to its customers and of all of the hard work of its employees and is looking forward to continuing to serve with you all.

We at RMI are very proud and grateful to have such an excellent person leading the HR department, and wish to congratulate Richard on his 4th year as part of our team!

  Downey HS Band Boosters

"As this was our first year hosting this kind of event your staff made us all feel safe. I felt like a star having all of you protecting us."

  Freedom Facts

Freedom of speech was established in the First Amendment of the United States Constitution in 1791 along with freedom of religion, freedom of the press, and “the right of the people peaceably to assemble and to petition the government for a redress of grievances.” It is the first article in the Bill of Rights.

In 1948, the UN recognized free speech as a human right in article 19 of the International Declaration of Human Rights.

  I was having dinner with Garry Kasparov (world chess

champion) and there was a check tablecloth. It took him

two hours to pass me the salt.