Leonard Rovinsky

David Smith on July 10, 2016

With Regret

The Officers and Members of Tabernacle Fire Company #1 regret to announce the sudden passing of Leonard Rovinsky, Life Member and President of Tabernacle Fire Company #1, previously Medford Farms Volunteer Fire Company.  Len was a 37 year member who was also past Deputy Chief, past Secretary, past Vice President, past Treasurer, and current Secretary of the Tabernacle Relief Association. 

He will be greatly missed at Station 431.

Further information will follow.

 

Posted by Jason Frake on
Rip leonard you'll be missed
Posted by Rich Worrell on
I am so saddened by this news and sorry I am only learning of Len's passing now. I always thought of him as the quiet giant, ready, willing and able whenever her was asked to help. My sympathies to his family at home, and his 4-3-1 family.
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