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Fire Company Mourns Its Former Chief

THE LOSS OF A CHIEF AND MENTOR – Members of the Sanatoga Fire Company are mourning the death during the weekend of former Fire Chief Dennis “Denny” Miller. The chief joined the company in 1976, rose through its ranks with hard work and effort, and saw it through occasionally difficult times, they said. On its website, the company noted Miller helped train new and veteran members alike, he kept company equipment humming as chief engineer, and his face seemed to be alight in a perpetual smile. Firefighters hung black bunting Sunday (Aug. 2, 2015) atop the East High Street firehouse, and lowered its flag to half-staff. Lower Pottsgrove Township Fire Marshall officially informed the Board of Commissioners of Miller’s death during its Monday night (Aug. 3, 2015) meeting.

Fire Companies Schedule Sunday Memorial Ceremony

POTTSTOWN PA – A ceremony celebrating the life of former Sanatoga Fire Company Chief Dennis “Denny” Miller is planned for Sunday (Aug. 9, 2015) from noon to 3 p.m. in the firehouse of the Ringing Hill Fire Company, 815 White Pine Ln. The event is open to the public, and area residents who knew the chief are encouraged to attend.

The memorial will be preceded at 11:30 a.m. by a procession of fire companies’ apparatus that will leave from the Sanatoga firehouse, 2222 E. High St., Sanatoga, and follow a route north and west to Ringing Hill. One of the trucks in the procession will be specifically designated to honor the chief, Lower Pottsgrove Fire Marshal Lew Babel reported.

At the conclusion of the memorial, a reception and refreshments will be held at the Sanatoga firehouse.

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