Nashua man to get posthumous Carnegie Hero Award
The Carnegie Hero Fund Commission announced Wednesday that the late Paul Frontiero III of Nashua would receive a Carnegie Hero Fund Commission award. (COURTESY)
The Carnegie Hero Fund Commission announced Wednesday in Pittsburgh that the late Paul Frontiero III was among 22 individuals chosen to receive a Carnegie Hero Fund Commission award. The medal is given throughout the United States and Canada to “individuals who risk their lives to an extraordinary degree while saving or attempting to save the lives of others,” according to a news release. Four of this year’s recipients, including Frontiero, lost their lives while protecting others.
Packer pleaded guilty to second-degree murder and two counts of first-degree assault in Frontiero’s death and the knife attack on the two women. Judge Diane Nicolosi sentenced Packer to a minimum of 52 years to life in prison, with the possibility of having 10 years deferred for good behavior. The sentence included 45 years to life for Frontiero’s killing and consecutive sentences of 6 to 15 years for the assault on Libby and 1 to 7 years for the assault on Arnold.
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