Morris-Baker and The Firehouse Hold Annual Public Safety Appreciation Lunch (2022)

To thank emergency workers for their service to the community, Morris-Baker Funeral Home & Cremation Services and The Firehouse Restaurant hosted their annual Public Safety Appreciation BBQ Lunch for employees of the Johnson City Fire and Police and Departments, Washington County EMS, Sherriff’s Office, 911 Dispatch, and ETSU Public Safety.

The BBQ was prepared and served by The Firehouse, and The Firehouse and Morris-Baker team members served any and all emergency workers who showed up to get some lunch.

We’re proud to be a part of a community whose emergency workers provide such excellent support and service to Johnson City. Thanks again to all of you for your hard work and dedication. And thank you to The Firehouse for partnering with us again on this annual event!


PHOTO 1: People standing, left to right: Tom Seaton and Justin Seaton, owners, The Firehouse Restaurant & Catering; David Bell, Fire Chief, Johnson City Fire Department; and Preston McKee, owner, Morris-Baker Funeral Home & Cremation Services.


PHOTO 2: Left to right: Karl Turner, Chief of Police, Johnson City Police Department; Preston McKee, owner, Morris-Baker Funeral Home & Cremation Services; Tom Seaton, owner, The Firehouse Restaurant & Catering.

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