A present of hazmat suits


Sidney Firefighter Chance Guisinger, of Anna, takes a load of Hazmat suits away from the Shelby County United Way Office. Watching is United Way President and C.E.O. Scott Barr.

Sidney Firefighter Chance Guisinger, of Anna, takes a load of Hazmat suits away from the Shelby County United Way Office. Watching is United Way President and C.E.O. Scott Barr.


Wilson Health Public Safety Liaison Woody Goffinett, of Bellbrook, demonstrates how to put on one of the 300 hazmat suits, left, in boxes that were handed over to Wilson Health by the Shelby County United Way on Wednesday, April 8. The suits were part of 700 donated by Matt Kriegel and the Kriegel Family from Lima. The suits were transported to Shelby County by the Ohio State Highway Patrol. Two-hundred of the suits were given to the Sidney Fire Department and the last 200 suits were given to Shelby County volunteer EMT/paramedic departments. The Kriegel family donated over 7,500 hazmat suits that were split up among Shelby, Allen, Hardin, Auglaize, Mercer, Van Wert Putnam, Miami and Logan counties. The number of hazmat suits a a county got was determined by the county’s population. Shelby County United Way President and CEO Scott Barr dropped off the suits at Wilson Health.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

A present of Hazmat suits

Sidney Firefighter Chance Guisinger, of Anna, takes a load of Hazmat suits away from the Shelby County United Way Office. Watching is United Way President and C.E.O. Scott Barr.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2020/04/web1_Hazmat.jpgSidney Firefighter Chance Guisinger, of Anna, takes a load of Hazmat suits away from the Shelby County United Way Office. Watching is United Way President and C.E.O. Scott Barr.

Wilson Health Public Safety Liaison Woody Goffinett, of Bellbrook, demonstrates how to put on one of the 300 hazmat suits, left, in boxes that were handed over to Wilson Health by the Shelby County United Way on Wednesday, April 8. The suits were part of 700 donated by Matt Kriegel and the Kriegel Family from Lima. The suits were transported to Shelby County by the Ohio State Highway Patrol. Two-hundred of the suits were given to the Sidney Fire Department and the last 200 suits were given to Shelby County volunteer EMT/paramedic departments. The Kriegel family donated over 7,500 hazmat suits that were split up among Shelby, Allen, Hardin, Auglaize, Mercer, Van Wert Putnam, Miami and Logan counties. The number of hazmat suits a a county got was determined by the county’s population. Shelby County United Way President and CEO Scott Barr dropped off the suits at Wilson Health.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2020/04/web1_SDN040920HazmatSuits-1.jpgWilson Health Public Safety Liaison Woody Goffinett, of Bellbrook, demonstrates how to put on one of the 300 hazmat suits, left, in boxes that were handed over to Wilson Health by the Shelby County United Way on Wednesday, April 8. The suits were part of 700 donated by Matt Kriegel and the Kriegel Family from Lima. The suits were transported to Shelby County by the Ohio State Highway Patrol. Two-hundred of the suits were given to the Sidney Fire Department and the last 200 suits were given to Shelby County volunteer EMT/paramedic departments. The Kriegel family donated over 7,500 hazmat suits that were split up among Shelby, Allen, Hardin, Auglaize, Mercer, Van Wert Putnam, Miami and Logan counties. The number of hazmat suits a a county got was determined by the county’s population. Shelby County United Way President and CEO Scott Barr dropped off the suits at Wilson Health. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News