SIBLEY, Iowa — He’s been retired for a number of years, but Ted Krull still dons his standard work uniform — a pair of denim overalls — just about every day.
“I always did carpenter work, and I grew up on the farm,” Ted explained about his attire.
The only other uniform Ted has ever worn is that of a volunteer firefighter. Ted joined the Sibley Fire Department in 1950, and at age 91 he’s still an honorary member today. That’s 62 years, giving Ted one of the longest current firefighter legacies in Iowa
New York firefighter speaks to large crowd Monday night
LUVERNE — As images of the World Trade Center’s twin towers — amid a sea of destruction — flashed before a large gathering inside the Luverne High School gymnasium Monday night, few words were needed to remind people of the horror felt across this country when terrorists flew jet airliners into the north and south towers under a clear blue sky on the morning of September 11, 2001.
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