Rep. Alexander welcomes local first responders to Capitol for 9/11 ceremony

PHOTO INFORMATION: Jackson Police Department Director Elmer Hitt (left) and Officer Thomas Tinklepaugh (right) were the guest of Rep. Julie Alexander in Lansing for the House of Representative’s annual 9/11 ceremony. The program honors first responders and military from across the state of Michigan for their service. Alexander represents parts of Jackson County, which includes…

Rep. Lightner welcomes local first responders to Capitol for 9/11 ceremony

PHOTO INFORMATION: Columbia Township Police Department Chief David Elwell and Springport Township Police Department Deputy Stacy Cain were the guest of Rep. Sarah Lightner in Lansing for the House of Representative’s annual 9/11 ceremony. The program honors first responders and military from across the state of Michigan for their service. Lightner represents parts of Eaton,…

Rep. Johnson welcomes local first responder to Capitol for 9/11 ceremony

PHOTO INFORMATION: Michigan State Police Sgt. Aaron McCormick of the Wayland Post was the guest of Rep. Seven Johnson in Lansing for the House of Representative’s annual 9/11 ceremony. The program honors first responders and military from across the state of Michigan for their service. Johnson represents parts of Allegan and Kent counties, which includes…

Rep. Vaupel welcomes local first responders to Capitol for 9/11 ceremony

PHOTO INFORMATION: Livingston County Sheriff’s Office Lt. Eric Sanborn and Deputy Christine Hur were the guests of Rep. Hank Vaupel in Lansing for the House of Representative’s annual 9/11 ceremony. The program honors first responders and military from across the state of Michigan for their service. Vaupel represents parts of Livingston County, which includes the…

Rep. Brann welcomes local first responders to Capitol for 9/11 ceremony

PHOTO INFORMATION: Sue Cline Brann (left) and Julia Wilkinson (right) of the National Ski Patrol were the guests of Rep. Tommy Brann in Lansing for the House of Representative’s annual 9/11 ceremony. The program honors first responders and members of the military from across the state of Michigan for their service. Brann represents parts of…

Rep. Leutheuser welcomes local first responders to Capitol for 9/11 ceremony

PHOTO INFORMATION: Quincy Police Department Officers Anthony Estrada (right) and Kevin Kopacz (left) were the guest of Rep. Eric Leutheuser in Lansing for the House of Representative’s annual 9/11 ceremony. The program honors first responders and military from across the state of Michigan for their service. Leutheuser represents Branch and Hillsdale counties. ###

Rep. Mueller welcomes local first responders to Capitol for 9/11 ceremony

PHOTO INFORMATION: Linden City Police Sargent Dwayne Jewell (right) and Fenton Township Fire Department Chief Ryan Volz (left) were the guests of Rep. Mike Mueller in Lansing for the House of Representative’s annual 9/11 ceremony. The program honors first responders and military from across the state of Michigan for their service. Mueller represents parts of…

Rep. Huizenga welcomes local first responder to Capitol for 9/11 ceremony

PHOTO INFORMATION: Grandville Police Department Officer Garth Cross was the guest of Rep. Mark Huizenga in Lansing for the House of Representative’s annual 9/11 ceremony. The program honors first responders and military from across the state of Michigan for their service. Huizenga represents parts of Kent County, which includes the cities of Cedar Springs, Grandville,…

Rep. Crawford hosts Walled Lake first responder for Sept. 11 ceremony

State Rep. Kathy Crawford of Novi hosted Walled Lake Police Officer Anthony Noble on Wednesday for the Sept. 11 Memorial Service at the State Capitol. The observance memorializes Michigan first responders and military members who died in the line of duty during the past year.

Rep. Reilly hosts local first responder for Sept. 11 ceremony

State Rep. John Reilly of Oakland Township hosted Chris Haney, an Emergency Medical Technician with Star EMS, on Wednesday for the Sept. 11 Memorial Service at the state Capitol. The observance memorializes Michigan first responders and military members who died in the line of duty during the past year.