American Red Cross and Unitil Announce New Hampshire’s Recipients of the “2018 Everyday Heroes Awards”

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Unitil Proudly Sponsors Event Honoring Extraordinary New Hampshire Citizens

Every day, ordinary people make extraordinary contributions by putting their needs aside to help others in our community. The American Red Cross is honored to salute these unsung heroes. A hero might be a lifeguard who saved a drowning child, an ordinary citizen who performed CPR when a stranger collapsed, or someone who saved a neighbor’s beloved pets from a fire.

The Everyday Heroes Awards are celebrated all over the country at which the American Red Cross honors people who personify our mission of service and help in local communities. To celebrate acts of kindness in New Hampshire, the American Red Cross will honor local heroes at the 2018 Everyday Heroes Awards on April 18, 2018.

This year’s New Hampshire Heroes are continuing proof that one person can indeed make a lasting and meaningful impact. The 2018 Everyday Heroes Awards are presented by the New Hampshire / Vermont Region of the American Red Cross, and Unitil.

 

The 2018 Everyday Heroes Awards will be presented on:

When: Wednesday, April 18, 2018, from 5:30p to 8:30pm.

Where: Grappone Conference Center at 70 Constitution Ave, Concord, NH 03301

Ticket Price: Single ticket for $30, or a table of 8 for $225.

Includes: admittance to the event, and heavy hors d’oeuvres. Purchase tickets here: http://www.redcross.org/local/new-hampshire-vermont/everyday-heroes-nh

For information on sponsoring or attending this heartwarming event, go to http://www.redcross.org/local/nhvt/everydayheroesnh. Questions can be directed to Stephanie at Stephanie.Couturier@redcross.org.

 

New Hampshire Everyday Heroes Award Winners 2018

Officer Steven Tenney
Swanzey, NH  (Cheshire County)

steven tenney hero nh 2018 smallSteven Tenney is a Lieutenant with the Keene Police Department, where he has served for 19 years. Through family and friends, and a single test, he found that he was a match for a baby girl in need of a liver transplant. Lt. Tenney underwent a lengthy surgery and the challenging recovery process that followed. He has since returned to duty, and his remarkable courage and selflessness saved a young child’s life.

 

Christopher Prenaveau
Epping, NH  (Rockingham County)

chris prenaveau trooperOn March 11th, 2017, New Hampshire State Trooper Christopher Prenaveau was responding to a report of motor vehicle accident. The road conditions were icy, and as he was conducting his investigation, he saw a car sliding toward him and the victim. He pushed the man out of the way and jumped up into the air just as the second car struck him, while the other drivers went unharmed.

 

 

Molly Dolan, Thomas Kline, Angela Curtis, and Arian Deihim
Keene, NH  (Chesire County)

ymca bunchMolly Dolan, Thomas Kline, Angela Curtis, and Arian Deihim were at the YMCA in Keene, NH, where they performed life-saving CPR on a member who was on the track. Angela, a local nurse, joined Arian, Molly, and Thomas – all employees of the YMCA – as they rushed immediately to his side. Arian and Angela immediately began taking turns administering CPR while Molly administered shocks with the EAD. A nearby member of the club had called 911 and paramedics arrived on the scene quickly. All these actions led to the victim’s life being saved.

 

Danielle Nightingale
Manchester, NH  (Hillsborough County)

danielle nightingaleOn Halloween night, School Resource Officer for the Bedford Police, Danielle Nightingale was trick-or-treating and enjoying time with her family when she came upon an unresponsive person in her neighborhood. She evaluated the scene and ensured that someone called for help before beginning to administer the CPR. The results of her quick thinking saved the life of the victim.

 

 

Stephen Singer
Manchester, NH  (Hillsborough County)

stephen singerStephen Singer is known by many as a community leader in Manchester and beyond. A steadfast volunteer, Stephen has dedicated his time, talent, and energy to the American Red Cross, Salvation Army, Families in Transition, Chabad of NH, the Bob Baines Blarney Breakfast, and many more. He is the chair of the Gail Singer Memorial Blood Drive committee, which has been going on for 35 years and is the largest blood drive in the country. Along with the tremendous support of his team at Merchants Fleet Management and the rest of the Singer family – Robert, Gary, Jeffrey, and Michael Sydney – Stephen is a true hero.

 

 

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