"We're asking the community to be patient during the benefit breakfast because we expect a lot of people to be down here," Asprion said. "In conjunction with the Elsmere Fire Department we are going to do everything we can for the Angermeier family and we've got all hands on deck to help out on Saturday."
Higgins said they are only doing exactly what Angermeier would do himself.
"Last year was my 11th year in the fire service and my fourth year here and this department's just amazing, they're always there for you," Higgins said. "That's why when we heard about it we just thought of anything possible to help him because if it had been one of us, he'd be there to help us, too."