Giving back to the community
We are active in our community with many assistance projects, volunteering and sponsorship of community programs,
Drug abuse campaigns and much more.
We have committed $1,000.00 to the reward for the arrest and conviction of the person(s) responsible for the death of
Sara Tonnemacher. Sara was killed on June 3 by a hit-and-run driver on Highway 216 while riding her bicycle.
This is in addition to the $5,000.00 authorized by the Governor of the state.
We are also proud to have an employee in management who has been awarded the Carnegie Hero Award
and has also been awarded the Carnegie Medal for acts of Heroism. Awarded for selflessly pulling a homeowner from a burning house
and sustaining injury to themselves in the process of the rescue. Their actions saved the life of another person, and was recognized
by the Carnegie Hero Fund Commission and presented with the Medal.
We are an active sponsor in the radio broadcast Drug Abuse Campaign in an effort to bring assistance and awareness
in our community about the dangers of drug abuse.
We Offer Veterans discounts, and has provided financial assistance to numerous clients also.
We have also built several engines on payments to individuals in financial need without the funds to pay up front.
We have repaired at no expense many vehicles to families in need during times of financial hardship.
We have repaired multiple emergency vehicles at no expense to Volunteer Fire Rescue organizations, and waived labor costs
on others. This in turn helps our community by having Fire Rescue equipment on the road when needed and the funds put
into more equipment and training instead of repairs.
We have provided financial and housing assistance to numerous low income families and Veterans.
We truly care.