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Saturday, June 11, 2011

One New and One Retiring


On Saturday June 11, 2011, Acting Fire Chief Marc Bashoor accompanied career and volunteer members from the Bunker Hill Fire/EMS Station #855 to the dedication and ribbon cutting of the Colmar Manor Community Center and Town Hall.  Fire/EMS Administrative Aide and former Mayor of Colmar Manor Diane Fennell, who was instrumental in securing funding to build the facility, was also in attendance.  The fully modern 3-level facility includes a commercial grade kitchen, meetings facilities, an indoor basketball court and running track as well as Town offices.  The facility was constructed with 40 solar roof panels resulting in an approximately 10% savings in utility costs.

Today was also the last shift for career Fire Lieutenant Pat McDonald. Serving just over 26 years, Pat is one of the most tenured career employees.  He spent this portion of his last shift at the Bunker Hill Fire/EMS Station reminiscing with local officials and interacting with the hundreds of citizens in attendance.  Good luck to Pat in all future endeavors.

All photos are courtesy of Marc S. Bashoor

Today was also the last shift for Career Fire Lieutenant Pat McDonald (standing) after 26 years.

Acting Fire Chief Marc Bashoor accompanied career and volunteer members from the Bunker Hill Fire/EMS Station #855 to the dedication and ribbon cutting of the Colmar Manor Community Center and Town Hall.

Fire/EMS Administrative Aide and former Mayor of Colmar Manor Diane Fennell, who was instrumental in securing funding to build the facility, was also in attendance. 

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