Chief Officer James E. LeBlanc and members of the St. Amant Volunteer Fire Department welcomed back home Sgt. Kane Hanna.

Hanna was deployed in December 2017 and returned on August 9, 2018. He was a part of the Operation Inherent Resolve which was a combined joint task force operation that works by, with, and through regional partners to militarily defeat the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria, or ISIS, in order to enable whole-of-coalition governmental actions to increase regional stability.

Hanna also said that he is looking forward to returning back to work and continuing his dream of attending flight school in the near future.

Hanna has been employed with the Ascension Parish Sheriff’s Office since January, 2017. Prior to his full-time status, Hanna was a student worker with the sheriff’s office since June, 2013.

This week, the St. Amant Volunteer Fire Department would like to recognize Sgt. Kane Hanna. Hanna became a Volunteer Firefighter in the St. Amant Community in 2014 after serving for five years in our Junior Firefighting Program.

Hanna graduated from St. Amant High School. He is a blessing to our community, and we cannot thank him enough for his hard work and dedication as a volunteer firefighter in the St. Amant community.

Hanna continues to balance his personal life and volunteering in our community.

Every week, the St. Amant Volunteer Fire Department takes time out to recognize one of our Volunteers.

July 16 - Firefighter Ryan Moran
July 23 - Lieutenant Robbie Villenurve
July 30 - Lieutenant Eric Hughes
August 6 - Firefighter Grant Harris
August 20 - Firefighter Josh Rushing

August 27 - Sgt. Kane Hanna

Contributed by the St. Amant Volunteer Fire Department