Bob Kruthers honored for 55 years of service to Fanwood Rescue Squad

Fanwood Rescue Squad treasurer Bob Kruthers receives a 55 year service award from Captain Tom Kranz. Credits: Joe Kaiser
Following a standing ovation, Bob Kruthers relates stories of his early days on the Rescue Squad. Credits: Joe Kaiser

FANWOOD, NJ - Bob Kruthers received an award for his 55 years of service to the Fanwood Rescue Squad at the annual Fire Department/Rescue Squad awards dinner Saturday, January 19, 2013, at Berkeley Plaza, Berkeley Heights.

Bob joined the Rescue Squad in 1957, the year CPR was first being introduced as a life saving technique for civilians. Bob is currently the Rescue Squad's treasurer and has served in many other capacities. He is one of only three squad members to respond to over 5,000 calls.

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