ANTHONY C. SAPONARE
25 Firemen Finish Training
In a move aimed at staffing the Camden Fire Department for a new 42-hour work week. 25
probationary firemen will be graduated from the city fire academy Monday and 10 fire
officers will be given promotions Tuesday.
Heading the list of fire officer promotions will be the selection of Battalion Chief
Anthony C. Saponare, 51, of 117
Street, Camden, as deputy fire chief. The new deputy chief is a 26-year veteran on the city fire force.
Two fire captains to be promoted to battalion chief are
Matthew J. Davies, Jr., 36, of
Street, Camden, and James H.
Stewart, 54, of 317 Garden
Seven firemen to be named captains include
Hillman, 29, of 11 Crestfair
Apartments, Camden; Joseph H.
Arensberg, 32, of 1041 N.
32nd Street, Camden; Robert E.
Briggs, 48, of 2861 Congress
Road, Camden; and John
Brzozowski, 28, 371 N. 34th
Also to be named captains are
F. Gorczynski, 36, of 272 N. 33rd
Street, Camden; Anthony T.
Orme, 44, 3317 River
Road, Camden; and William B.
Young, 29, of 1126 N. 33rd
The new firemen include Richard E. Johnson, Thomas H.
Eckel, Ronald C. Crowder, John A.
DeLuca, Peter P. Carbone, Robert P. Hand, Robert M.
Lapp, Jerome A. Kee, Thomas V. Kane, Charles E.
Mayo, James C. Peterson and George
S. Szychulski, all of Camden.
Other slated fire school graduates are Ronald
Angemi, Robert C. Welch, Robert G. Boyle, Glenn H.
Moore, Marvin W. Bendy, Thomas J.
DiBiaso, Arthur J.
Gibson, Daniel J. Galasso, Samuel Battle Jr., Ronald J. Boyle, Jerome J.
Watson, George R. Abbey, 3rd., and William H. Huelas, all of Camden.
The appointments of all 35 men become effective Jan. 1, 1969.