At times, Mike Jones has been called “Superman.”  He’s the assistant chief of the Abington Fire Company.


He’s also deputy chief of the Montgomery County hazmat team.  He also coached several sports around Montgomery County, including high school lacrosse.  And that’s where he says he can make a big difference:

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“We get them at an early age and try to be a positive role model.  Keep them out of trouble and keep them from turning to alcohol or drugs.”

Jones has a wife and three children and says serving his community is in his blood:

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“My dad is a deputy chief in the fire company and my grandfathers were both firemen, and now my one son is a member of the fire company.  Just being part of the community and doing the right things.”

Story by KYW’s Karin Phillips

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