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New Hecker Fire House In Use

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Hecker firefighters checking out the new fire house on Nov. 18 are, left to right, first row, Rich Happel, Mike Karban, Doug VanBuren and Arnie Eckart; and second row, Adam Woolford, Jason Rippelmeyer, Gilbert Birkner, Allan Neff, Justin Eckart, Asst. Chief Charlie Kujawski, Fire Chief Kevin Biffar, Retired Chief Ralph Eckart, Chuck Wagner, Jeff Biffar, Gary Wittenauer and District President Joe Gregson.
Hecker firefighters checking out the new fire house on Nov. 18 are, left to right, first row, Rich Happel, Mike Karban, Doug VanBuren and Arnie Eckart; and second row, Adam Woolford, Jason Rippelmeyer, Gilbert Birkner, Allan Neff, Justin Eckart, Asst. Chief Charlie Kujawski, Fire Chief Kevin Biffar, Retired Chief Ralph Eckart, Chuck Wagner, Jeff Biffar, Gary Wittenauer and District President Joe Gregson.

If you’ve seen a Hecker firefighter lately, they’ve likely been grinning ear to ear. After years of operating in a relatively small station house, the long-anticipated new fire house has been completed. A new addition has been attached to the original fire house providing space for current needs as well as room for expansion. The …

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