Lowell Black, a
Chesterton resident and for the last seven years the Chesterton Fire
Department Chaplain, is one of 50 fire-service professionals profiled in a
new book to be released on Monday, Oct. 16: American Firefighter by
Rizzoli New York (Welcome Books).
Black, an ordained
deacon at Chesterton United Methodist Church, has 27 years of fire-service
Firefighter is a series of written reflections by each profiled subject,
accompanied by a photograph by Paul Mobley, one of our nationís most gifted
and prominent portrait photographers. Mobley and his crew traveled the U.S.
in 2016 to capture the images in book.
A portion of the
sales of each book will help support survivors of firefighters who have died
in the line-of-duty by the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation, which is
celebrating its 25th anniversary this year.
Firefighter is available to be ordered on-line, or can be purchased at
all major book sellers. For more information please contact Jessica Napp at
(212) 387-3436 or firstname.lastname@example.org