Senator Martins Honors Manhasset-Lakeville Firefighters

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Martins (right of center) and Village of Flower Hill Mayor Elaine Phillips (fourth from right) are pictured with, from left: Firefighter Samuel Brown III (25 years of service), Department President Konata Ragin (25 years), Second Deputy Chief Brian Stone (25 years), Tina Romeo-Karen (posthumously for Firefighter Charles Karen, 25 years), Ex-captain John Kadnar (50 years), Firefighter Daniel Garcia (25 years), Ex-captain Sean Fagan (25 years) and Firefighter Sevan Yekhpairian (25 years). Firefighter Brian Kenny  (50 years) and Ex-captain Rudy Baranco (25 years) are not pictured.
Martins (right of center) and Village of Flower Hill Mayor Elaine Phillips (fourth from right) are pictured with, from left: Firefighter Samuel Brown III (25 years of service), Department President Konata Ragin (25 years), Second Deputy Chief Brian Stone (25 years), Tina Romeo-Karen (posthumously for Firefighter Charles Karen, 25 years), Ex-captain John Kadnar (50 years), Firefighter Daniel Garcia (25 years), Ex-captain Sean Fagan (25 years) and Firefighter Sevan Yekhpairian (25 years). Firefighter Brian Kenny(50 years) and Ex-captain Rudy Baranco (25 years) are not pictured.

Senator Jack M. Martins recently attended the Manhasset-Lakeville Fire Department’s annual installation ceremony, where he honored several members for their many years of service to the department and the communities of Manhasset and Great Neck. Senator Martins sponsored legislative resolutions, which were passed by the New York State Senate, honoring the firefighters for their devoted service. With passage of the legislative resolutions, their contributions to the community will forever be part of the New York State Senate’s official record.

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