Ronald Wright joins Innsbrook Patrol
Ronald Wright has joined the Innsbrook Patrol as an Officer, said Innsbrook Patrol Chief Ken Makela. Ron is a Registered Nurse at Chippenham Hospital and also an EMT-I. He will assist the Patrol with its new medical van that went on the road May 1, Chief Makela said.
The truck -- a "Community Response Unit" is equipped with Disaster Preparedness equipment. CERT rescue items: Disaster tools; Chain saws, scene lighting, tents, blankets, food bars, and water. In addition, specialty Rescue kits for animals and children are also on board. The vehicle will be present at each special Innsbrook event and all Innsbrook After Hours concerts, beginning with the first concert on May 1.
The Innsbrook Patrol's Community Response Unit needs donations to help support the equipment and perishable supplies it keeps for the community. To learn more, contact Chief Ken Makela at firstname.lastname@example.org. For assistance by the Innsbrook Patrol, call 804-935-7233 (SAFE).
Kyle Gragnani Joins Long & Foster’s Innsbrook Office
Kyle Gragnani has joined Long & Foster Real Estate’s Innsbrook office. He specializes in working with home buyers and sellers.
Gragnani holds a bachelor’s degree in kinesiology with a concentration in sports studies from East Carolina University.
“We are very excited and fortunate to have Kyle join us,” said David Gragnani, managing broker of the Innsbrook office. “We look forward to the high-quality of service to consumers that he has built a reputation and career around.”
“I am so proud to be a member of the Long & Foster team,” said Kyle. “I am hopeful that my drive to accomplish all goals that I set for myself, coupled with my attention to detail, will be a benefit to Long & Foster and my clients.”