BREAKING NEWS: NJ Heroes Team Dedicates Tourney to Fallen EMT

The NJ Heroes team is honored to dedicate their 2011 World Police Indoor Soccer Tournament play to Princeton First Aid & Rescue Squad EMT Michael Kenwood who lost his life on August 28 while attempting a water rescue during the height of Hurricane Irene.

The 39-year-old East Windsor father was a longtime EMT with a respected record of dedicated service to his community.  He is survived by his wife, Beth Frenkel, and his 3-year-old daughter, Laney.

The NJ Heroes will recognize a moment of silence to honor Kenwood on Sunday, October 9 at 180 9th Street in Jersey City prior to their departure to JFK on their way to the Netherlands.  In addition, WPIST officials have agreed to dedicate a moment of silence in Kenwood’s memory prior to the NJ Heroes first match overseas.

NJ Heroes to Honor Fallen NJ EMT – Press Release

Michael Kenwood Remembered

Caption: Michael Kenwood of the Princeton First Aid & Rescue Squad. The 39-year-old EMT lost his life on August 28 during Hurricane Irene.

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