A Show that Features and Celebrates First Responders hosted by Joe Torrillo, retired New York Fire Department...buried and survived the fall of the twin towers. Joe is one of the most sought after speakers for keynotes, community events, church and school groups...
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As the leader of a tight night pastoral community in South Carolina Mayor Frank Brunson was skyrocketed into the publick view with the tragic shooting of a young police officer in October 2015. Less than a week later his city as well as the surrounding communities have been hit with a 100 year flood. Today he talks to Joe about his respect for the first responders in his town.
Police Officer Gregory Alia (pictured) of forest Acres Police in South Carolina, a new dad to a baby boy was slain by a man with a stolen gun Patrick Walsh of Ruston, LA, Phi Sigma Kappa fraternity brother to the slain officer at the University of South Carolinasaid that his friend embodied characteristics that would be helpful in law enforcement. He tells his hertfelt sotry on FIRST RESPONDERS RADIO.
First Citizens banks across South Carolina are accepting donations for the Alia family through the Law Enforcement Chaplains for South Carolina Emergency Fund.
Online, two fundraising pages have been set up on GoFundMe.com. The Greg Alia Memorial Fund was created by one of Alia’s fraternity brothers from Phi Sigma Kappa at the University of South Carolina. The FARMA Supports the Alia Family page was created by the Forest Acres Restaurant and Merchant Association.
The entire community is in tears over the loss of this young policeman. Hear how he was a hero to the Dent family.