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The Kansas City, Kansas Rotary Club, at its February 26, 2019, luncheon, recognized the 2018 Public Safety professional from the Kansas City, Kansas Fire Department.  We got a late start on the 2018 recipient due to the hiring of a new Fire Chief for the department.
 
Annually the Club recognizes an outstanding public safety professional from the Fire Department.  This Kansas City, Kansas Rotary Club program demonstrates and shows appreciation to the individuals who do so much to protect our community.  The leadership of the Fire Department selects an outstanding individual(s) from their department to receive this award, recognizing the individual’s dedication and service to our community.
 
We would like to extend our gratitude to Battalion Chief Bryan Kloiber.  He is a prime example of the great men and women of the KCK Fire Department who are protecting us every day.  At the award presentation, new Chief Michael Callahan introduced Bryan and told of his efforts as a fire investigator for the department.  It was pointed out that Chief Kloiber was also named Kansas State Investigator of the Year.
 
Pictured (left to right): KCK Rotary Club President Melissa Sieben, Battalion Chief Bryan Kloiber, and Fire Chief Michael Callahan
The Kansas City, Kansas Rotary Club, at its December 4, 2018 luncheon, recognized this year’s Public Safety professional from the Kansas City, Kansas Police Department.
 
Annually the Club recognizes an outstanding public safety professional from the Police Department.  This Kansas City, Kansas Rotary Club program demonstrates and shows appreciation to the individuals who do so much to protect our community.  The leadership of the Police Department selects an outstanding individual from their department to receive this award, recognizing the individual’s dedication and service to our community.
 
We would like to extend our appreciation to Matt Tomesic.  Matt was introduced by Assistant Police Chief Pamela Waldeck.  Matt is retired from a local police department after 23 years of service.  In conjunction with the Kansas City, Kansas Police Department, he has started a Police Athletic League to provide youth programs in KCK.  The program is renovating the old St. Mary's Church building on 5th Street.  They will be offering boxing, gardening and bee keeping to start, and adding more programs in the future.
 
Pictured (left to right):  KCK Asst. Police Chief Pamela Waldeck, Matt Tomesic, KCK Rotary President Melissa Sieben and Rotary Member Scott Martens
 
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Irene Caudillo
Mar 26, 2019
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Kansas City, Kansas

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