On June 25, 2006 Kevin P. Duggan, Statewide Supervisor of the Trial Court Community Service Program died at his home in Hyannis, MA. Kevin Patrick Duggan spent 29 years of his life as a public servant in the Massachusetts Trial Court. Duggan came to the Office of Community Corrections from the Suffolk Superior Court probation department when he was appointed Statewide Supervisor of the Trial Court Community Service Program on March 8, 1998. Upon assuming this post, Duggan committed himself to the expansion and improvement of the program by adding staff, initiating training standards, upgrading equipment, and personally attending to the business of presenting the program to court personnel from North Adams to Nantucket Sound. Under his leadership community work service became a meaningful intermediate sanction for the trial court, promoting compliance with court orders, probation conditions, child support, and as an alternative means of collecting probation supervision fees. Today, the program that Duggan coined, “Trial Court Community Service Program” employs more than 60 staff, operating mini buses and moving vans, completing nearly 30,000 hours of community service per month in communities in every corner of the Commonwealth. All of this thanks to the dedication, determination and spirit of Kevin Duggan. Yet, it was the spirit with which Duggan lived, more than anything else, that was the measure of the man. To characterize him as fun-loving is to vastly understate the zeal with which he corralled his family, friends and colleagues for a cocktail or a Red Sox game. Nor would it suffice to say he was a “people person” for the rapport he had with every person he came across in his travels engendered a fondness which is not typical of passing encounters. Whether he was your coach, boss, probation officer, or just a guy you would see in the court house, he was always your friend.