Twelve people were honored with New Hampshire Hero Awards during an afternoon ceremony Wednesday at the McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center in Concord.
Heroes don’t come along every day. But when the moment arrives when split-second decision making and instinct take over, it’s nice to know that there are people who will rise to the occasion.
Each spring, the New Hampshire Union Leader in conjunction with Citizens Bank, honors residents who have risked their lives to save or attempt to save the life of another during the previous year.
The 2019 Hero Awards will be held at the McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center in Concord on Wednesday, May 22 from 3-5 p.m. A member of the State House will be on hand to recognize the award recipients, as well as greet family, friends and colleagues.
The event is free and open to the public. Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Police Officer Scott Ciszek
- Police Officer Alex Gangi
- Police Officer Jason Reinold
- Police Officer Colin Flanagan
- Firefighter Michael Galipeau
- Steve Collins
- Devin Isaacs
- Greg Haggerty
- Evan Antonellis
- Chris Murphy
- Kirk Bredbenner
- Ethan Gerry
Devin Isaacs crawled through smoke in a burning apartment building to rescue two young children from the fire.
WINDHAM — A Salem firefighter and a civilian passerby will be recognized as New Hampshire heroes at an award ceremony Wednesday, for pulling a badly injured woman from a burning vehicle and pulling others to safety.
Alex Gangi, Colin Flanagan, Scott Ciszek and Jason Reinold entered the burning home in search of the woman before fire crews arrived.
EPPING — For Chris Murphy, it was all about being in the right place at the right time.
ATKINSON — A teen who pulled his friend up from the bottom of a pond after the friend suffered a seizure will be recognized with a New Hampshire Hero Award.