National Fire Heritage Center adds 13 to its Hall of Legends, Legacies, and Leaders

The 2022 class includes individuals who have made significant contributions to the fire and emergency services and fire protection disciplines


By Janelle Foskett

EMMITSBURG, Md. — The National Fire Heritage Center has named 13 individuals to the group’s Hall of Legends, Legacies, and Leaders, according to a press release from the Center.

The 2022 class – the second-largest class since the program began 12 years ago – includes the following individuals:

  • Robert C. Andrews, Jr.
  • Meri-K Appy
  • Stephen P. Austin
  • Robert J. Brady, Sr. (1917–1992)
  • Randy R. Bruegman
  • Dr. Kelvin J. Cochran
  • Harry E. Diezel (1940–2019)
  • William D. Killen
  • Roger A. McGary
  • Patricia T. Mieszala
  • Donald B. Moltrup
  • Pamela A. Powell
  • Ronald J. Siarnicki

The mission of the National Fire Heritage Center is to preserve the perishable history of the fire services and fire protection disciplines. The Hall of Legends, Legacies, and Leaders helps fulfill that mission by providing recognition to the individuals who have made significant contributions and have distinguished themselves in the service of fire and emergency services and fire protection disciplines, and who have become known/recognized in the national and/or international fire service arena.

Read more about the Hall of Legends, Legacies, and Leaders inductees here.

 

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