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Oshkosh Battalion Chief Mark Boettcher Honored in Madison PDF Print E-mail
Written by Wisconsin Assembly, Aaron Collins   
Saturday, 12 October 2019 11:55

firefightersRep. Hintz honors Oshkosh Fire Fighter for his 34 years of service and his support of students at Fox Valley Technical College who are embarking on a career in public safety.

MADISON - On Thursday, Representative Gordon Hintz (D-Oshkosh) welcomed Battalion Chief Mark Boettcher of the Oshkosh Fire Department to the State Capitol in Madison.

Boettcher was selected as the 54th Assembly District's "First Responder of the Year." Boettcher was nominated by Rep. Hintz and the City of Oshkosh Fire Department because of his notable career and the contributions he has made to the community. Representative Hintz released the following statement on this honor:

gordon_hintz“I am proud to recognize Battalion Chief Mark Boettcher as the 54th Assembly District’s 2019 First Responder of the Year, and am honored to have the opportunity to recognize his service to the Oshkosh community before the full Assembly.

“Chief Boettcher is a 34-year veteran of the Oshkosh Fire Department, and utilizes his years of experience to support students at Fox Valley Technical College who are embarking on a career in public safety. He is wholly committed to bringing out the best in each of his colleagues as he prepares them to protect the public.

“This award represents the culmination of his dedication to his profession, and contributions to the citizens of Oshkosh. I look forward to honoring Chief Boettcher for his leadership and commend all of the First Responder award recipients for their outstanding service to their communities and the state of Wisconsin.”

Last Updated on Saturday, 12 October 2019 12:13
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