State Fire Marshal to present checks to three emergency response units


RALEIGH

North Carolina Insurance Commissioner Mike Causey will present checks to three emergency response units in Scotland and Robeson counties and present an Order of the Guardian Award during visits scheduled on Friday, April 29.

Commissioner Causey, who is also the State Fire Marshal, will present $5,000 grant checks each to the Laurel Hill Fire Department, Rowland Rescue Squad and Pembroke Rescue Squad.

These checks are the result of a $250,000 contribution made by the N.C. Surplus Lines Association to help firefighters and rescue squads in North Carolina.

“It is an honor for me to personally present these surplus lines checks, courtesy of the NCSLA,”
Commissioner Causey said. “This money will help needy emergency units better respond to critical life saving situations.”

The commissioner will also present an Order of the Guardian Award to Richard Taylor later that afternoon. The Order of the Guardian Award is the highest award presented by the Department of Insurance.

The media is invited to attend and cover these events.

Here is Commissioner Causey’s public schedule for Friday, April 29:

1 p.m. – Laurel Hill Fire Department
9400 Old Wire Road, Laurel Hill, N.C. 28351
(Commissioner will present Surplus Lines checks to the Laurel Hill Fire Department)

2:10 p.m. – Robeson County Emergency Management Services
38 Legend Drive, Lumberton, N.C. 28358
(Commissioner will present Surplus Lines checks for Rowland Rescue Squad and Pembroke Rescue Squad)

3 p.m. – Taylor Insurance Agency
111 E. Third Street, Lumberton, N.C. 28358
(Order of the Guardian Award presentation to Mr. Richard Taylor)



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