‘Tiger’ honored for longevity



The Cascade Fire Department and The Cascade First Responders recentlly honored Bill"Tiger" Eggebeen for serving the public on the Cascade Fire Department for 61 years. Eggebeen (front center), shown here with his “50 Years of Service Axe,” is the longest serving member in the department’s history. Joining in the recognition of Eggebeen was the entire fire department and its officers (front, left to right) Chief Todd Triebensee, First Assistant Chief Fred Arbuckle, (back row) Secretary Scott Trakel, Capt. Mark McMullen, Capt. Frank Arbuckle and Second Assistant Chief Paul McMullen. 
Submitted photo The Cascade Fire Department and The Cascade First Responders recentlly honored Bill"Tiger" Eggebeen for serving the public on the Cascade Fire Department for 61 years. Eggebeen (front center), shown here with his “50 Years of Service Axe,” is the longest serving member in the department’s history. Joining in the recognition of Eggebeen was the entire fire department and its officers (front, left to right) Chief Todd Triebensee, First Assistant Chief Fred Arbuckle, (back row) Secretary Scott Trakel, Capt. Mark McMullen, Capt. Frank Arbuckle and Second Assistant Chief Paul McMullen. Submitted photo

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