The Foundation is very excited to have named John W. Gleim Jr. of John W.Gleim Jr., Inc. Excavating as the Honorary Chairman of our Fund Raising Committee.
John W. Gleim Jr., Inc. has been a well respected name in construction for over 40 years. John’s excavation company is a full service site developer with experience and expertise in a wide variety of excavating applications for industrial, commercial, environmental, and residential site work. His company is well-known for going the extra mile to meet the specifications and requirements that are necessary for the satisfaction of his customers.
With the company tag line of “We Dig America”, John is the community-minded and patriotic person we have been looking for to work with us on this community project.
We are excited to have John be such an important part of the Memorial. We look forward to him providing his experience and knowledge to our project.
Visit www.jwgleim.com to learn more about John W. Gleim Jr., Inc. Excavating.
Gannett Fleming was founded on August 1, 1915, as “Farley Gannett, Consulting Engineer,” at a time when sweeping changes were taking place in the country’s industrial development and economic patterns. Widespread and rapid urban growth, the need for mass transportation, and the evolution of the automobile were a few of the factors that created new demands and opportunities for engineering services. Gannett Fleming has been a major contributor to an outstanding and productive era in American engineering history.
The Gannett Fleming organization has evolved during the years from a two-man office at its inception to its current structure, a multi-disciplined group of companies with 2,000 highly qualified employees. Gannett Fleming has performed engineering services on thousands of diverse assignments in all 50 states and more than 65 countries.
Gannett Fleming’s invaluable design expertise will ensure a professional and proper tribute to those Law Enforcement Officers who sacrificed their lives in service to Cumberland County.
Visit www.gannettfleming.com to learn more about Gannett Fleming.
The Cumberland County Law Enforcement Memorial Foundation is pleased to welcome two new members to the organization.
Stephen B. Spangler is a retired patrolman from the Hampden Township Police Department and joins CCLEMF as its Historian.
Sam Morgan, a retired patrolman from the Lower Allen Township Police Department and professor at Central Penn College, joins CCLEMF as its Fund Raising Chairman.
On September 19 at 10:00 AM the Cumberland County Board of Commissioners dedicated land for the Cumberland County Law Enforcement Memorial.
The ceremony was held at the site of the future Memorial, in front of the Cumberland County Communication Center on Public Safety Way, Carlisle.
On September 19 at 10:00 AM the Cumberland County Board of Commissioners will dedicate land for the Cumberland County Law Enforcement Memorial to be built on.
The ceremony will be held at the site of the future Memorial. That location is in front of the Cumberland County Communication Center on Public Safety Way, Carlisle. Click here for a map and directions.
There will be three check presentations after the land dedication. One from the Cumberland County Chiefs, The Turo Foundation and one from the Willis J. Cole Memorial Golf Classic.
A number of special guests have been invited, to include surviving family members of Willis Cole, Rich Phelps, Paul Walters and Harry Hartman.
The public is invited to attend the dedication.
On August 20, 2012 Cumberland County dedicated land for the memorial. Click here to read the resolution.