SIDNEY — Sidney Section of Hearth & Emergency Solutions welcomes the addition of its newest firefighter, Henry Ruhenkamp, who commenced and was sworn-in on Monday, July 26.
In accordance to a Sidney Fireplace press launch, Ruhenkamp is a graduate of Fort Loramie Higher School and acquired his EMT-B certification from Sinclair Group College or university. He is at present taking courses to his paramedic certification by way of Sinclair, which should be accomplished by the finish of the yr.
The division is at the moment doing the job to enroll Ruhenkamp at the Ohio Fireplace Academy to entire his firefighter I and II certificates at the start of 2022.
Ruhenkamp was formerly used at Ruhenkamp Uninteresting and Trenching.
He at the moment resides in Fort Loramie.
Sidney Department of Hearth & Crisis Service’s most recent firefighter, Henry Ruhenkamp, again row next from left, with his father, mother and brother, Greg, Jenny and Will Ruhenkamp, by his aspect and grandparents Don and Pat Ruhenkamp, seated in entrance of him just after was sworn-in out front of Sidney Hearth Station 1 on Poplar Avenue on Monday, July 26. Henry Ruhenkamp’s father and grandfather, Greg and Don, are previous volunteer firefighters with the Fort Loramie Fire Section.
Mayor Mike Barhorst, remaining to right, swears-in Sidney Section of Fire & Emergency Service’s newest firefighter, Henry Ruhenkamp, with his mom and father, Jenny and Greg Ruhenkamp, by his side out entrance of Sidney Fire Station 1 on Poplar Road on Monday, July 26.