Sterling Crane donates to Pleasanton Fire Department



The Pleasanton Fire/Rescue Department received a donation of $500.00 from Sterling Crane. Left to right are: Lt. Sheridan Murray, Chief Chuck Garris, Sterling Branch Manager Aaron Heinze and Sterling Crane Operator/Fire Volunteer Richard Capps.

The Pleasanton Fire/Rescue Department received a donation of $500.00 from Sterling Crane. Left to right are: Lt. Sheridan Murray, Chief Chuck Garris, Sterling Branch Manager Aaron Heinze and Sterling Crane Operator/Fire Volunteer Richard Capps.

Every year the individual branches of Sterling Crane (US Corporate Thornton, CO and Corporate Edmonton, Alberta, Canada) are allowed to choose a non-profit organization in their area to be the recipients of a monetary donation offered on behalf of its employees. The Jourdanton Branch employees’ choice this year was the Pleasanton Fire/Rescue Department. The department was recognized for its countywide dedication to providing rescue services. As one of the area’s largest first response groups, the department and its volunteers are relied upon in almost every type of emergency. We appreciate their yearround efforts to help the individual citizens as well as the business community. So much so that one of Sterling’s own employees is a valued volunteer whose efforts we support whole-heartedly.

It is an honor for Sterling Crane to be able to present this dedicated organization with this donation. We are committed to being partners in their continued success and growth.

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