The Engine 6 station located at Gay and Ensor Street in Baltimore is known as the busiest fire station within the Baltimore city limits. Paul, a resident at Arden Courts of Towson, Maryland, joined the Baltimore City Fire Department in 1959.
During his years there, he played many roles including Captain, Battalion Chief and Fire Marshall. In his roles, Paul coordinated the many units responding to multiple alarm fires. Paul retired in 1992 and moved to Ocean City, Maryland with his wife. In recognition of National Fire Fighters Week, Arden Courts of Towson arranged for Paul to visit Brooklandville Fire Station as a part of its Heart’s Desire program.
At the station, Paul was awarded a plaque by Captain Kenneth and the Station 14 team, in honor of his many years of service to the Baltimore City Fire Department. He smiled and posed for pictures at the station while holding his plaque and sporting a new Brooklandville Fire Department hat.