This week’s Hometown Hero is Airman First Class James Demmin from Sanborn. James has been serving in the U.S. Air Force since 2009 and is so dedicated to serving our country that he volunteered to take someone’s place in the deployment to Kuwait.
Our Hometown Hero this week is Matthew LaPlante from Tonawanda. He is a Sergeant in the Army and is currently deployed in Iraq. One of the coolest things about him is that he joined with his brother Andrew and has been serving with him.
Col. Kurt Hammer is currently serving in his 37th year in the Air Force, which began in 1976. He has been at Niagara since 1980 and is the longest serving member at Niagara Falls Reserve Station ever at 32 plus years. After 37 years in the Air Force, he has shown thousands what it means to fight for …
This week's Hometown Hero is 21-year-old Jim Militello from Lakeview. Jim is a 2010 graduate of Frontier High School. He studied Criminal Justice at Daytona State College for two years after high school but decided he wanted to do something more with his life, so he joined the Marines.
This week's Hometown Hero is Kenmore West Senior High School graduate Daniel Burger. He's a Captain in the Army Infantry and is currently serving in Fort Benning in Georgia as he waits with his wife for the birth of their first child.
This week's Hometown Hero comes to us from Warsaw, N.Y. Her name is Kaillee Bridges, and she served in the United States Marine Corps. We celebrate her life and her service to our country this Memorial Day Weekend.
We would like to send our sincere thanks to our Hometown Hero Of The Week! Adam Wiepert is a 26-year-old Corporal in the United States Marine Corps. Originally from Lancaster, Adam is currently serving his second tour in Afghanistan.