Tuesday, May 13, 2014

Chuck Mackintosh to be Honored by Galloway Council for his 50-years in Fire Service

Chief Chuck Mackintosh - Photo provided by Family
Galloway Township Mayor and Council is set to honor Chuck Mackintosh for his 50-years of dedicated Fire Service during tonights Council Meeting.

Mackintosh is the Chief of Bayview Volunteer Fire Company # 4 in Galloway Township. Mackintosh has been the Chief for the past few years and has served as Chief for a total of 9 years. 

Mackintosh was also a paid member with the Teaneck Fire Department for 43 years and even was part of the search and recovery team during 9/11.  

Mackintosh was already honored at the Atlantic County Fire Association meeting and further was awarded a 50 year pin and plaque from Representative Congressman Frank LoBiondo.

Mackintosh will be honored tonight at 6:30 p.m. in Council Chambers at 300 E. Jimmie Leeds Road, or you can watch the ceremony on Channel 97 on Comcast TV.


Anonymous said...

Congratulations to the hardest working man I have ever known. 50 years dedicated to serving the public and preserving life is quite an accomplishment, however, doing it with the integrity, dignity and class that you display on a daily basis, puts you on an entirely different level. It is truly an honor and a privilege to call you Dad.

I hope you never lose the passion.


Anonymous said...

Congratulations! I think it is wonderful when such hard work is recognized and rewarded.
Barbara (Mackintosh) Shields

Anonymous said...

Chuck no one could have ever said it better

Anonymous said...

No one could say it any better

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