“Please Remember Me” Motorcade – Sat, May 14 at Noon

The “Please Remember Me” Motorcade is this Saturday:

On May 14, beginning at Noon, the fourth annual “Please Remember Me” Motorcade will transport local Gold Star families along a parade route lined with 120 American flags memorializing 1,230 local residents killed in action since World War II.

The Motorcade will proceed along Route 9 in Colonie, from the Albany city line to Route 155. The procession can be viewed along Route 9 or at Colonie Town Hall, where there is ample
parking.

A luncheon, open to the public, will follow at the Zaloga American Legion Post on Everett Road.

Come and honor those who made the supreme sacrifice.

Please Remember Me Motorcade Flyer 2016

Life Member Bill Hayes: February 8, 1946 – April 28, 2016

It is with deep sympathy that the Latham Fire Department announces the sudden passing of Life Member Bill Hayes. Having joined the Department in 1981, Bill will be memorialized for his decades of providing emergency medical services within the Town of Colonie. For the younger Members of the Latham Fire Department that did not have the oppurtunity to know Bill personally, he was a constant for EMS-4 staffing on Friday overnights for many years and provided first response emergency medical care for countless people in need.
Rest easy Sir, the pleasure was all ours.

Services are being held privately by Bill’s family.

Chris Morigerato
Ex-Chief
Latham Fire Department

Bill Hayes

RIP Blue Line

Our thoughts and prayers are with the Colonie Police Department today as well as the friends and family of all involved.
Job well done by the crews that responded to a tough call last night.