Meet Middletown's Firefighter Citizen of the Year: Robert McCall
The Aquidneck Grange No. 30 in Middletown recently announced its five Community Citizens of the Year, awarded to those that give their time and effort to making Middletown a better place to live. Today, we get to know Firefighter Robert McCall.
The Aquidneck Grange No. 30, located on East Main Road in Middletown, recently announced the five recipients of the annual "Community Citizens of the Year Awards" at a special ceremony held on the lawn in front of the hall with Town Council representatives.
Over the next few days, Patch will spotlight each recipent to get to know our outstanding citizens a little better.
Citizen of the Year Honor: Middletown Firefighter of the Year
Recipient: Firefighter Robert McCall
Middletown Resident: Six years
Accomplishments: McCall organized the Middletown Fire Department Honor Guard to formally represent local firefighters at all official events including funerals, parades and government functions. He also developed a new curriculum for this year's four new firefighter recruits to raise the standard of training within the fire department.
What people are saying: McCall is a leader within the Middletown Fire Department, 'a real go-to professional,' says Middletown Fire Department Chief Ronald Doire.
Where he sees himself in five years: Right here in Middletown. McCall is striving to achieve future promotions within the Middletown Fire Department.