For over 20 years as he traveled the roads of Wayne County at all hours of the night and day, in all types of weather, Mike O'Day met and worked with Volunteer Firefighters, Fire Police, ambulance personnel. First Responders and other volunteers who are always there when we need them. It’s a bond he cherishes to this day.


O’Day has bond with emergency personnel
To the  Editor:
For over 20 years as he traveled the roads of Wayne County at all hours of the night and day, in all types of weather, Mike O'Day met and worked with Volunteer Firefighters, Fire Police, ambulance personnel. First Responders and other volunteers who are always there when we need them. It’s a bond he cherishes to this day.
Mike O'Day was the State Police Fire Marshall for 19 years and helped write a training manual for police and firefighters in evidence collection and preservation sponsored by the U.S. Department of Justice and he's a member of Hose Company number one, which just celebrated its 100 anniversary.
Mike knows first-hand the value of these dedicated volunteers and as Wayne County Sheriff, will re-establish those bonds and assist them with their efforts of fire safety education and protection.
That's just one of the reasons why "I Like Mike" for Wayne County
Sheriff.
(Signed)
Thomas Howe