Rover Pipeline gifts Fulton County EMA


Representatives from Rover Pipeline and its parent company, Energy Transfer, were on hand Tuesday in Napoleon to award $10,000 donations to the emergency management agencies of Fulton, Henry, and Defiance counties. Energy Transfer representative Alexis Daniel said the agencies may use the money to benefit the counties’ first responders. Fulton County EMA Director Kelvin Freeman said the funds will be used to outfit an EMA truck and for emergency service projects. Pictured, from left, are: Daniel; Fulton County Commissioner Bill Rufenacht; Emergency Medical Services Director Robert DeLeon; Ohio Department of Transportation representative Mike Fountain; Freeman; Bill Barth, Energy Transfer Senior Specialist for Emergency Response; and Susan King, Rover Pipeline Community Outreach.


Representatives from Rover Pipeline and its parent company, Energy Transfer, were on hand Tuesday in Napoleon to award $10,000 donations to the emergency management agencies of Fulton, Henry, and Defiance counties. Energy Transfer representative Alexis Daniel said the agencies may use the money to benefit the counties’ first responders. Fulton County EMA Director Kelvin Freeman said the funds will be used to outfit an EMA truck and for emergency service projects. Pictured, from left, are: Daniel; Fulton County Commissioner Bill Rufenacht; Emergency Medical Services Director Robert DeLeon; Ohio Department of Transportation representative Mike Fountain; Freeman; Bill Barth, Energy Transfer Senior Specialist for Emergency Response; and Susan King, Rover Pipeline Community Outreach.

Representatives from Rover Pipeline and its parent company, Energy Transfer, were on hand Tuesday in Napoleon to award $10,000 donations to the emergency management agencies of Fulton, Henry, and Defiance counties. Energy Transfer representative Alexis Daniel said the agencies may use the money to benefit the counties’ first responders. Fulton County EMA Director Kelvin Freeman said the funds will be used to outfit an EMA truck and for emergency service projects. Pictured, from left, are: Daniel; Fulton County Commissioner Bill Rufenacht; Emergency Medical Services Director Robert DeLeon; Ohio Department of Transportation representative Mike Fountain; Freeman; Bill Barth, Energy Transfer Senior Specialist for Emergency Response; and Susan King, Rover Pipeline Community Outreach.
http://www.fcnews.org/wp-content/uploads/sites/45/2017/11/web1_rover-donation.jpgRepresentatives from Rover Pipeline and its parent company, Energy Transfer, were on hand Tuesday in Napoleon to award $10,000 donations to the emergency management agencies of Fulton, Henry, and Defiance counties. Energy Transfer representative Alexis Daniel said the agencies may use the money to benefit the counties’ first responders. Fulton County EMA Director Kelvin Freeman said the funds will be used to outfit an EMA truck and for emergency service projects. Pictured, from left, are: Daniel; Fulton County Commissioner Bill Rufenacht; Emergency Medical Services Director Robert DeLeon; Ohio Department of Transportation representative Mike Fountain; Freeman; Bill Barth, Energy Transfer Senior Specialist for Emergency Response; and Susan King, Rover Pipeline Community Outreach.