Local officials join representatives from BELFOR, Chester County Hero Fund and Citadel Country Spirit USA for check presentation.
BELFOR Property Restoration recently presented a $3,000 check to the Chester County Hero Fund for proceeds raised in conjunction with its Citadel Country Spirit USA 2019 program for first responders. In conjunction with its festival sponsorship, BELFOR also provided complimentary tickets and hosted a first responder hospitality area.
The Chester County Hero Fund provides necessary financial assistance to the widows, children and families who are left with little or no support when a police officer, deputy sheriff, firefighter, emergency medical technician, paramedic or state trooper loses his or her life or is seriously injured in the line of duty.
Citadel Country Spirit USA is a spectacular three-day country music festival held annually in Chester County’s Brandywine Valley at Ludwig’s Corner Horse Show Grounds.
BELFOR Property Restoration provides residential, commercial and industrial customers every service needed to help return to normal operations following disaster. From structural damage repair and clean-up to the recovery and restoration of equipment and vital documents, BELFOR Property Restoration has a rapid and proven response.
Pictured left to right: Austin Russell, Sergeant, West Vincent Township Police Department; Michael Swininger, Chief of Police, West Vincent Township Police Department; Steve Plaugher, President, Chester County Fraternal Order of Police; Drew Jacoby, Impact Entertainment; Alan Jacoby, Impact Entertainment; Daryl Tunno, BELFOR Exton General Manager; Ron Miller, President, Chester County Fire Police Association; Jim Vito, President, Chester County Hero Fund; Shane Clark, Chief of Police, West Pikeland Township Police Department; William Mossman, Chief of Police, East Coventry Police Department; and Jeff Kimes, Chief, Ludwig’s Corner Fire Company.
Note: Photo was taken in March before “social distancing.”