LETTER: Bryan Ware defended

I think it is unfortunate that the Register continues to crucifyBryan Ware. Bryan has chosen to serve his community a
Sandusky Register Staff
May 24, 2010

I think it is unfortunate that the Register continues to crucifyBryan Ware.

Bryan has chosen to serve his community as a firefighter, EMT, coach and teacher.

Bryan cannot defend himself, because his case is in litigation, but the Register continues to beat up on him.

When the story comes out, I think we will find that the most Bryan is guilty of is something that many of us may have done -- forwarding ane-mail that may have been in poor taste.

Bryan has been instrumental in the Huron High School soccer program, has contributed countless hours to the soccer program as well as theathletic boosters, and has been a coach and mentor to many young men and women in the community.

He has played a key role in the explorer program of the Huron Fire Department and has influenced many young people in Huron to pursue a career as a firefighter and EMT.

As a neighbor pointed out, he is quick to jump in to help his friends, neighbors and community -- never asking for anything in return. If an emergency arose that I needed to call 911 for my family, I would want to see Bryan Ware walk in my door.

I am proud to know Bryan Ware and to call him a friend -- and, more so, to have had Bryan Ware as part of my son's life as a coach, mentor and friend.

Bob Muntz

Huron