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Saturday, November 18, 2017
PRESS PHOTOS BY LOU WHEELANDCetronia Ambulance Corps attendees included Stephen Hall, education director; Shawn McGovern, human resource director; Amy Ninos, director of finance; (standing) Larry Wiersch, chief executive officer; Jennifer Glose, director of Marketing and Public Relations and Robert Mateff Sr. chief operating officer. Copyright - Lou Wheeland PRESS PHOTOS BY LOU WHEELANDCetronia Ambulance Corps attendees included Stephen Hall, education director; Shawn McGovern, human resource director; Amy Ninos, director of finance; (standing) Larry Wiersch, chief executive officer; Jennifer Glose, director of Marketing and Public Relations and Robert Mateff Sr. chief operating officer. Copyright - Lou Wheeland
LEFT: Cetronia Ambulance Corps CEO Larry Wiersch; Steve Michelone, volunteer agency liaison with Pa. Emergency Management Agency; Robert Mateff, COO with Cetronia Ambulance Corps and Aaron Rhone, EMS Program Manager, Pa. Department of Health/Bureau of Emergency Medical Services. Copyright - Lou Wheeland LEFT: Cetronia Ambulance Corps CEO Larry Wiersch; Steve Michelone, volunteer agency liaison with Pa. Emergency Management Agency; Robert Mateff, COO with Cetronia Ambulance Corps and Aaron Rhone, EMS Program Manager, Pa. Department of Health/Bureau of Emergency Medical Services. Copyright - Lou Wheeland

Cetronia Ambulance Corps hosts Western Lehigh, East Penn Chambers of Commerce luncheon

Thursday, November 2, 2017 by LOU WHEELAND Special to The Press in Local News

Western Lehigh and East Penn Chambers of Commerce had a luncheon meeting Oct. 18 at the Cetronia Ambulance Corps, 4300 Broadway, South Whitehall Township.

The meeting was to introduce the business community to the role of business and community volunteers in public safety.

Presenters included Stephen Michelone Jr., volunteer agency liaison with Pennsylvania Emergency Management Agency and Aaron Rhone, program manager with the Bureau of Emergency Services for Pennsylvania.

Their discussions included the need for business to recognize how they can contribute to public welfare in the event of a disaster, whether man-made or natural as well as the role they can play as employers of volunteer first responders.