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Huntington Community First Aid Squad Welcomes New Chief Thomas Lemp

Assemblyman Chad Lupinacci is joined by 2nd Deputy Chief Dominic Heavey, Town Councilwoman Susan Berland, HCFAS Chief Thomas Lemp, 3rd Deputy Chief Keith Rubenstein, Town Councilwoman Tracey Edwards and 1st Deputy Chief Kyle Rudden.
Assemblyman Chad Lupinacci is joined by 2nd Deputy Chief Dominic Heavey, Town Councilwoman Susan Berland, HCFAS Chief Thomas Lemp, 3rd Deputy Chief Keith Rubenstein, Town Councilwoman Tracey Edwards and 1st Deputy Chief Kyle Rudden.

Assemblyman Chad Lupinacci (R,C,WF,I-Huntington Station) recently joined members of Huntington Community First Aid Squad (HCFAS) to celebrate a successful 2013 and welcome new Chief Thomas Lemp. During the officer installation ceremony, Lupinacci and members of the department also thanked Martha Brenner for her service as chief during the past year.

 

“Our community is lucky to have such spectacular volunteers who are willing to provide their time and energy to ensure the safety of others,” said Lupinacci. “HCFAS hosted a spectacular evening, and it was truly an honor to help welcome their new officers. I want to thank Martha Brenner for her service as squad chief and offer best wishes to Chief Lemp as he leads the members in their service to the Huntington Community throughout the ensuing year.”

 

Residents who would like to learn more about volunteer opportunities with the department should visit www.hcfas.org/.

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Linda Otta February 26, 2014 at 07:55 PM
and all the politicians flock to get their picture taken for no accomplishment of their own. Everyone in this photo should be voted out.
Linda Otta February 26, 2014 at 07:59 PM
my apologies, everyone except the Chief and his counterparts. The politicians have no business aligning themselves all the time, on the backs of others work.
Tracie Lemp March 02, 2014 at 09:05 AM
Glad you retracted that about the Chief Linda, he does put his life on the line.

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