Norristown fire, Lower Merion police departments recognized by National Liberty Museum with valor award

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Valor in Emergency Response – Team – Lower Merion Police Department/ Norristown Fire Department (Submitted Photo)

The National Liberty Museum presented 15 Awards of Valor to police officers and firefighters in the Greater Philadelphia area  in the Museum’s Liberty Hall.  Now in its 14th season, the Awards of Valor sponsored by your local Chevrolet Dealers, honors extraordinary police officers and firefighters for their remarkable acts of heroism and for being role models in their communities.

“The Awards of Valor recipients have stories that are gripping and inspiring, representing the very best of what the Museum considers ‘everyday heroes’,” said Gwen Borowsky, Executive Director of the National Liberty Museum.  “This Award recognizes the brave individuals who selflessly and unhesitatingly put themselves in dangerous situations to keep all in the community safe.  They are an inspiration to everyone in law enforcement and in the communities they serve.”

Norristown Fire Chief Tom O’Donnell and Kindle and the Lower Merion police department were honored:

Valor in Emergency Response – Team – Lower Merion Police Department/ Norristown Fire Department

Officer Christopher Kubik,

Officer John O’Brien

Officer Alexander Muller

Officer Andrew Rook

Officer Michael Pleasants

Officer Eric Fries

Officer Jeffrey Seamans

Fire Chief Thomas O’Donnell and K-9 Kindle

Detective Bryn Garner

Detective Joseph Hunsicker

Detective John Mick

Detective Gregory Pitchford

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