Landmark Donates to Local Fire Departments
Landmark Services Cooperative (LSC) is honored to announce a donation to three local fire departments – Marshall, Sun Prairie and Waterloo – for their tireless and diligent search efforts in honor of Jesse Faber, son of Dan Faber, employee of LSC.
“We are very grateful for the incredible support of local fire departments to the Faber family. This donation is to honor the memory of Jesse Faber,” expressed a heartfelt Shannon Horstmeyer, executive assistant at LSC.
“This is near and dear to my heart,” said Chief Vern Butzine of the Waterloo Fire Department. “Anytime a situation like this happens, we are always there to help out. It’s a community effort. The strong support of the community and companies like Landmark, keep us going. It is very much appreciated.”
It is incredibly important to have a support system in place when tragedies occur. LSC is proud to be a part of these collaborating communities in which employees and members live and work. Beyond the search and rescue efforts of the fire departments and emergency services, numerous community members also contributed. This show of community resolve provides comfort to those who live in them.
“There are no words to express the sympathy we have for the Faber family. This donation from Landmark will be dedicated to future search and rescue efforts to aid in finding missing people quickly and safely,” remarked Captain Becky Gruber of the Sun Prairie Fire Department.
“The entire Marshall Fire Department sends our deepest sympathy to the Faber family. We are very grateful for the generous donation made to our department from Landmark in Jesse’s name. The money will be put toward our utility vehicle that is used for wild land search and rescue/fire suppression,” responded David James, president of the Marshall Fire Department.