By Scott Bolthouse | The Huron Hub | ScottBolthouse@HuronHub.com
Published Feb. 21, 2019 — 11:30 a.m.
Terry Allore recently retired from the Huron Township Fire Department after a career that spanned 19 years as a firefighter and EMT.
The Department of Public Safety celebrated Allore’s retirement on Feb. 14.
“Firefighter Allore has been an outstanding employee and has served our residents and community well. I know he will miss his fellow brothers and sisters and they will miss him. The comradery within our fire department is incredible. I wish him a happy and healthy retirement,” said Public Safety Director Everette Robbins.
In attendance were current and past members of the fire department, public safety department, and his family.
During the retirement celebration, Allore was presented a shadow box and a plaque thanking him for his nearly two decades serving the residents of the township.
A speech was also given by honorary Firefighter Bobby Kamin. Kamin thanked Allore for being a great mentor.
Allore said he will miss his coworkers and thanked his family for being supportive of his difficult schedule as a firefighter.
“I will miss all of my fellow firefighters and police officers that I served with over the years and hope they go home safe every call and every shift. A big thanks to my wife and family for missing family parties, holidays, and events to go on calls and help people that needed me. I will also miss all of the fun times at township events. I thank the residents of Huron Township for letting me serve,” Allore said.
Below is an audio file of Allore’s final call with the fire department. If the embedded link doesn’t load, here is a hard link to the audio file.