CNY Firefighter Teaching Kids Important Values in Life While on the Job
A Central New York father is leading by example. Our First Responder Friday hero not only helps his community, but he's also teaching his kids the important values in life while on the job.
Meet William 'Bill' Kantor
Meet William 'Bill' Kantor. He's a firefighter with the Camden Volunteer Fire Department. He is dedicated to serving his community while still being a very involved father of two teenagers and a 5-year-old.
The family man can often be found at the fire department with his 5-year-old helping to wash the ambulance, his 14-year-old son helping to get fire trucks back in service after a call, or with his 15-year-old daughter on take your child to work day. She was able to ride along in the ambulance while Bill worked at the Camden Ambulance Service on his days off.
If volunteering to fight fires and save lives wasn't already enough, Bill also works full-time as a Pit-Boss at Turning Stone.
With a full-time job, volunteering for the fire department and ambulance service, and raising three children with his wife, where does he find the time?
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