Reserve Hose Fire Co Honorees

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
June 12, 2018

RESERVE HOSE FIRE COMPANY HONORS MEMBERS WITH MORE THAN 50 YEARS OF SERVICE TO THE ORGANIZATION

Nearly 500 years of volunteer service combined

West Seneca, NY – On June 4, Reserve Hose Fire Company’s Chief Robert Kaminski and President Joseph Evans came together with all of its members to recognize the service of those who have been committed to the organization for more than 50 years.

The recognized members of the Reserve Hose Fire Company included: Donald Mendola (50 years), William Swart (53 years), Robert Luthringer (53 years), Raymond Jones (53 years), Michael Ervolino (54 years), Michael Kamm (57 years), Erwin Joe Hippert (57 years), Edward Bauerlein (58 years), Franklin Meier (64 years), and Thomas Ulrich (66 years).

While speaking at the event, President Evans said of those being honored, “Chief Kaminski and I realize that our volunteers are our greatest asset.” President Evans went on to express gratitude to the members for dedicating so many years of service to the residents of the fire district.

While describing the changes that have occurred in the community since these members joined, Chief Kaminski stated, “what hasn’t changed is your dedication to our organization, the experience you bring, and the history you have written for Reserve Hose.”

Erie County Deputy Fire Commissioner James Reger was in attendance to present commendations from the Fireman’s Association of the State of New York (FASNY)

for the members’ dedicated years of service to Reserve Hose Fire Company. FASNY prepared a special recognition for recently deceased member Erwin Joe Hippert, which was presented to his wife Viola Hippert in honor of her late-husband’s service and dedication to Reserve Hose.

Assemblyman Erik Bohen and Erie County Legislator Joseph Lorigo were also on hand to present additional commendations and recognition to each member who has met the 50 year service milestone. Legislator Lorigo stated, “It is such an honor to stand before all of you. Thank you so much for all you have done and continue to do for your community.”

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
June 12, 2018

RESERVE HOSE FIRE COMPANY HONORS MEMBERS WITH MORE THAN 50 YEARS OF SERVICE TO THE ORGANIZATION

Nearly 500 years of volunteer service combined

West Seneca, NY – On June 4, Reserve Hose Fire Company’s Chief Robert Kaminski and President Joseph Evans came together with all of its members to recognize the service of those who have been committed to the organization for more than 50 years.

The recognized members of the Reserve Hose Fire Company included: Donald Mendola (50 years), William Swart (53 years), Robert Luthringer (53 years), Raymond Jones (53 years), Michael Ervolino (54 years), Michael Kamm (57 years), Erwin Joe Hippert (57 years), Edward Bauerlein (58 years), Franklin Meier (64 years), and Thomas Ulrich (66 years).

While speaking at the event, President Evans said of those being honored, “Chief Kaminski and I realize that our volunteers are our greatest asset.” President Evans went on to express gratitude to the members for dedicating so many years of service to the residents of the fire district.

While describing the changes that have occurred in the community since these members joined, Chief Kaminski stated, “what hasn’t changed is your dedication to our organization, the experience you bring, and the history you have written for Reserve Hose.”

Erie County Deputy Fire Commissioner James Reger was in attendance to present commendations from the Fireman’s Association of the State of New York (FASNY)

for the members’ dedicated years of service to Reserve Hose Fire Company. FASNY prepared a special recognition for recently deceased member Erwin Joe Hippert, which was presented to his wife Viola Hippert in honor of her late-husband’s service and dedication to Reserve Hose.

Assemblyman Erik Bohen and Erie County Legislator Joseph Lorigo were also on hand to present additional commendations and recognition to each member who has met the 50 year service milestone. Legislator Lorigo stated, “It is such an honor to stand before all of you. Thank you so much for all you have done and continue to do for your community.”

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