The 13th Annual Salute to Hometown Heroes

The 13th Annual Salute to Hometown Heroes at The Avenue in White Marsh, hosted by the

Chesapeake Gateway Chamber of Commerce was held on Saturday 21, 2020. While this year’s event was scaled back, it is always such a joy to honor these deserving men and women. I would like to thank the Chamber for their tireless efforts to ensure that our local heroes receive the praise they deserve.
Honorees included:
Volunteer Fire and Rescue Companies
Essex: President Anthony Schield
Middle River: EMT/Rescue Diver Joshua Wolf
White Marsh: Paramedic Alyssa Mooney
Baltimore County Fire Department:
Essex Station 7: Fire Specialist Ray Raleigh
Fullerton Station 8: Fire Specialist Adam Lublinsky
Parkville Station 10: EMT/Firefighter Samuel Jean
Middle River Station 12: Paramedic Amanda Iman
Golden Ring Station 16: EMT/Firefighter Rebecca L. Budnick
Chase Station 54: Paramedic Beth Castle
Perry Hall Station 55: Paramedic Joanne Boyd
Baltimore County Police Department:
Parkville Precinct 8: Officer First Class Annette Savoy
White Marsh Precinct 9: Sergeant Angela Mickle
Essex Precinct 11: Officer First Class Richard Knight
Marine Team: Officer First Class James Michael Fitch, Jr.
MD Department of Natural Resources: Officer First Class Alexandra Mankofsky
CCBC: Corporal Kenneth Blackwell
Johns Hopkins Corporate Security: Security Officer First Class Dominic Carter
175th Wing, MD Air National Guard: Technical Sergeant Jennifer L. Wyrick
MD Civil Air Patrol: Major Agatha M. Vogelgesang
Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center: Roberta I. Eyring
MedStar Franklin Square Medical Center: Leslie R. Kaminski
Baltimore County District 5: Pat Ecke
Baltimore County District 6: Mary Franz Rohrer
Baltimore County District 7: Leah Biddinger
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